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Strategies to Make Anytime With Your Child Quality Time

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Working and raising children is the great balancing act that an increasing number of parents perform.

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Mowing Down Only-Child Myths

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For all the stories going around about only children, there sure are a lot of solid, happy adults who were raised solo. Explore the myths -- and facts -- about raising an only child.

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A Crisis of Confidence: Teenage Girls and the Risky Years (Part 2)

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In part two of this article, read how girls entering puberty often face a "crisis in confidence" which makes them vulnerable to risky behavior, and these bad choices can have devastating lifelong consequences.

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A Crisis of Confidence: Teenage Girls and the Risky Years

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Find out how mentors can help teenage girls survive the risky years and how you can find a mentor for your teenage daughter or become a mentor yourself.

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Bumps, No Boulders

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Mention being the parent of a young adolescent and other adults may roll their eyes and express their sympathy.

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Building Moral Intelligence: Seven Ways to Nurture Tolerance in Children

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The best way to teach kids tolerance is not through our lectures but through our example.

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Successful Socializing: Opening Up The Dialogue with Your Kids

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Does asking kids directly about their experiences and feelings get you a blank stare or a look like you have 12 heads? How could you help them to enhance their ability to socialize without coming across...

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Toddlers and the Need for Play

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Don't forget one simple but important pleasure with your kids: Playing! Take a breather here and there to monitor your child's playtime, and make sure there's plenty of unscheduled time for them to just be a "kid."

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