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Many parents are seeking to leave a new kind of legacy, one that comes from the heart.  A guide to creating an ethical will.
This article discusses ways in which educators can build positive relationships with their students.
The life of a teenager is full of tough issues and life-changing decisions. As a parent, you are responsible to help them learn to be successful.
One Laptop per Child provides durable laptops to students in developing nations, and with its 'Give One Get One' campaign, you can donate one and keep another.
Here are some suggestions to help your child cultivate “an attitude of gratitude”.
Volunteering can make a positive impact in the world, and in your child. Here's how to help inspire kids to make a difference.
In addition to an awareness of their own emotions, children need the ability to recognize the cues reflecting the emotions of others.
In today's diverse world, you and your kids are likely to be invited to an array of multicultural celebrations. Here's what you need to know:
Using positive verbal guidance, modeling behavior you want your child to follow, and reinforcing appropriate behavior are all positive guidance techniques.
When parents are involved in students' educations, kids achieve more, exhibit more positive attitudes and behavior, and feel more comfortable in new settings.
How can parents encourage independence and help tweens cope with middle school? The answer may be as simple as giving them a good book.
What makes your child unique?  Some qualities and interests are passing, while others are innate. Therapist Michael Gurian offers ways to find out more.
Books can serve as non-judgmental and informative friends to our worried teenagers.
Having trouble teaching your child to say 'thank you' without a reminder?  Here are a few tips to get going.
Some experts say you should re-think your pledge for your child's total happiness. Here's what you should be focusing on instead.
It's the United Nation's International Day of Peace.  Here are 10 ways for children (and their parents) to observe this special day.
Your children could learn a lot at peace camp – and you’ll have peace of mind in knowing they still got their s’mores, too. Here are our picks for peace camps:
Creating confident, responsible, and principled individuals is Scouting's mission - and a parent's goal. Here's how to give your child's life skills a boost:
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