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Teaching Values

The Number One Word You Should Always Use WIth Your Grandchildren

Honey Good | Posted 10.04.2014 | Fifty
Honey Good

There are days that I turn on the TV and I am appalled at what is going on in our society. Every day the news shows us another story where someone did something so awful. It seems so many people have lost the values that many of us were brought up with. I have to wonder -- where is the responsibility? Where is the discipline? Where is the leadership? Where are the standards?

Who Will Define Our Children?

Jan Cloninger and Rosemary Strembicki, LCSW | Posted 04.06.2014 | Parents
Jan Cloninger and Rosemary Strembicki, LCSW

Do we want them to be like us, or totally different? Do we care about the lifestyle they choose as long as they find happiness? Do we have the courage to help them figure out who they are without imposing our mirror on them?

A Problem Many of Us Face: Knowing vs. Living It

Jan Cloninger and Rosemary Strembicki, LCSW | Posted 02.26.2014 | Parents
Jan Cloninger and Rosemary Strembicki, LCSW

As the holiday season draws to a close and we begin a new year, it's a good time to think about those things we know to be true and important but don't necessarily integrate into our daily lives.

The Kid Got No i-Anything for Christmas

Cornelia Seigneur | Posted 03.13.2013 | Parents
Cornelia Seigneur

My kid wanted an iPod 5 for Christmas. He's 9. He asked me many times. He sent me links to where I could get an iPod 5. When I fished around for comments on how my 9-year-old felt about the iPod 4, he said, "no way, that one sucks." Got to love the honesty of 9-year-olds.

Practical Ways to Teach Values to Your Children

Dr. Jim Taylor | Posted 01.27.2013 | Parents
Dr. Jim Taylor

Values are a pretty darned touchy subject to bring up these days when it comes to raising children.

5 Easy Tips to Connect with Nature and the World During the 2012 Olympics -- and Beyond

Homa Sabet Tavangar | Posted 10.06.2012 | Parents
Homa Sabet Tavangar

Imagine if the children of leaders from Iran, North Korea, the United States and Cuba could meet in a park far away from political posturing and just play outside.