Teach Your Kids

Creating Work Outside of the Box

By Pam Molnar With today’s economy being what it is, teens are having a hard time finding work. Jobs that

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Creating a Reader-Friendly Home

A home filled with reading material is a good way to help kids become excited readers. What kind of books

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Heart-Healthy Eating for Teens: General Guidelines for Training Your Children to Make Wise Food Choices

by Myrna Beth Haskell   It was the fall of 1978 when my fourteen-year-old friend and I decided to join

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Worry Less in 3 Steps:

A What-to-Do and When-to-Do It Guide Everybody worries. Grown-ups do it and kids do it too. But what should you

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Make Housework a Family Affair

Parents, trust me here: Society will not be pleased with you if you set your kid loose at age 18

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Becoming a High Energy Mom

You hurry all day, tackling your too-long to-do list. By mid-afternoon, you want to collapse on the couch or get

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How to Make a Bucket List: Summer Bucket List Essentials—24 Ideas to Start Yours

As parents, we look to summer as an opportunity to capture memorable family times. But whether our kids’ vacation days

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Apologizing: Teaching Kids to Say Sorry

At first blush, teaching kids to apologize seems simple. You instruct them to say sorry to whomever they wronged and

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