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Indigo Children - Born to Lead, Hard to Manage
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As I travel the country teaching workshops for parents, teachers and day care providers I often ask them if they recognize the Indigo Children. These children are not content to color in the lines or glue macaroni on paper. They are very bright but also very active and curious.

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The Secrets Of A Happy Single Mom
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A happy single mom is almost an oxymoron. Living on your own can be tough, but it's even tougher when you have children to take care of.
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Bach Flower Remedies as natural remedies for ADHD
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These natural remedies for ADHD are so safe and so simple that the worst thing they can do is not work.
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How do you explain an athlete's taking drugs to your kids
Christina Pomoni,
Leading by example; Show all good traits in your own behavior and teach your children as well. It doesn’t matter if you are not Rodriguez, or Phelps or Bonds. You are still their parent and what they need from you is to understand that losing and winning are both parts of the same game.
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How to Get Your Kids to Do Organization for the Home by JILL BORASH
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There are gains for both you and your children in organization for the home projects. Possessing extra hands about the house to help get and keep you as organised is the largest one for you.
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Understanding A Defiant Teenager - by Aurelia Williams
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Raising any teenager can be tough, but raising a defiant teenager is especially difficult. It's like a slap in the face to see the sweet child you raised morph into an angry, defiant teenager before your very eyes.
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Building of Teen Self Esteem Starts at Birth
Darlene Siddons, Author
When does self esteem begin? Many times we think that self esteem begins in our children when they hit their tween years, not realizing that it really begins at birth. It is developed with the influence of parental attitudes and behaviors right from birth and then continuing on into all the childhood developments.
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Contain the Infection
Jessica Farrington,
We (you and I) need to think of a plan to help those who need our assistance. Moreover, we need to actually help the children who need our help.
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Assume the Close
Carol Shwanda,
The greatest achievement I claim in life is my success as a parent and as a step parent. So far, my children have turned out well. They are kind, thoughtful, loving and well behaved. They're good kids. How did I do it? By employing the same tactics I have used in my career as a successful salesperson. I assume the close. My children behave well because I expect them too. I learned this from my mother.

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How To Communicate With Your Teen When Approached About Sex
lorna darden, Avon Sales Representative
Sex is the last thing a parent wants to hear coming out of their children’s mouth. It is a nightmare and an unwanted thought when thinking about your child and sex at the same time. As they get older, there are some curious thoughts that go through their mind. Frightening as it sounds; communication is the key between you and your child when it comes to sexuality.
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The Underwear Story
Carol Shwanda,
I took my two daughters, ages 12 and 15 to buy bras at Victoria Secret yesterday. They begged me. Believe me, I didn't want to go. I don't approve of the whole pushup bra/thong scene, particularly for young girls. They insisted that they have the best "I'll die if I don't have them bras" so I relented on the condition that they select from my preapproved choices.
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Vision Board For Teens Self Esteem Issues and Challenges
Darlene Siddons, Author
Self-esteem and confidence can go a long way during your teenage years and beyond. The question is how can this be accomplished?
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Improving Schools with NO New Tax Dollars
Jessica Farrington,
Be not confused. This story is not about a school somewhere else... anywhere else. This story is about a school in your state and in your city. In fact this maybe the school your child attends.
Making the educational system better is not necessarily about money. It is more about the coalition among the parents, teacher and the student.
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Rice Cereal
Rhonda Jeffery, Contributing Author
Even though my children may frustrate me at times, I love them them dearly. I find myself thinking of them throughout my day, when a car cuts me off (thank God they are belted in), when shopping (that would be perfect for...), when shutting my finger in the door (**** did they hear me), and when doing laundry.
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NetKids - Are they Safe?
Tracy Sutton,
It can’t be said enough a father is as responsible for his children as a mother is hers, but I’d like to appeal to the supposedly softer of the species, the ones who are historically understood to be most sensitively in-touch with their offspring—Yes, I’m giving men the handicap of being men here and, instead, it is you, the mothers, I feel more sure I might possibly reach on this particular matter...

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The Challenge of Single Motherhood
Clare Hudd, Freelance Writer
I always wanted to be a mum…a good mum. It’s really quite amazing how we envisage motherhood before we have children! Much different to the reality of it.
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