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Setting Boundaries

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Understanding healthy boundaries can protect your teen from situations they cannot handle. This site offers some information and warning signs parents can look for to determine if...more
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Understanding healthy boundaries can protect your teen from situations they cannot handle. This site offers some information and warning signs parents can look for to determine if a teen's boundaries are too open.

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Positive Consequences Mean Keep Up The Good Work!

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When used correctly, a positive consequence will increase the frequency of positive behavior. Here are some suggestions for positive consequences that parents can try with their children....more
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When used correctly, a positive consequence will increase the frequency of positive behavior. Here are some suggestions for positive consequences that parents can try with their children.

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Changing Your Child's Negative Point of View!

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This site introduces parents to the skill of 'reframing' and explains ways parents can use it to help children understand the more positive side of things. This is an ...more
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This site introduces parents to the skill of 'reframing' and explains ways parents can use it to help children understand the more positive side of things. This is an invaluable little tidbit of information.

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Pressure-proofing Your Kids

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This site presents information about how peer pressure can be exerted and tells parents what signs mean your child is most vulnerable. Included are simple suggestions parents can...more
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This site presents information about how peer pressure can be exerted and tells parents what signs mean your child is most vulnerable. Included are simple suggestions parents can use to counteract the negative effects of peer pressure, we wish this valuable information was more in depth.

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Peer Pressure: Positive and Negative

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Your child's friends can have a good as well as a bad influence on you child. This site takes a look at the ways friends can be positive; it's ...more
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Your child's friends can have a good as well as a bad influence on you child. This site takes a look at the ways friends can be positive; it's a new way to think of peer pressure.

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Chart It

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This site explains the use of charts and contracts to change children's behavior. With charts and contracts, privileges are contingent on specific behaviors you want to see from your...more
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This site explains the use of charts and contracts to change children's behavior. With charts and contracts, privileges are contingent on specific behaviors you want to see from your kids.

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Telling the Truth: It's a Skill

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This site will help parents teach children the proper way to tell the truth. It offers brief 'easy to remember' tips for children to follow. ...more
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This site will help parents teach children the proper way to tell the truth. It offers brief 'easy to remember' tips for children to follow.

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Positive Consequences

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Are you considering using rewards for as a positive consequence for your child's behavior? Here are some guidelines along with a brief description of the topic and several ideas for...more
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Are you considering using rewards for as a positive consequence for your child's behavior? Here are some guidelines along with a brief description of the topic and several ideas for a "Joy Jar."

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Effective Praise: Applaud the Effort, Not Just the Outcome

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Help your child form a positive self image by following the suggestions on this site. By focusing on skill improvement and honest effort rather than performance, parents can support...more
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Help your child form a positive self image by following the suggestions on this site. By focusing on skill improvement and honest effort rather than performance, parents can support their children through many challenges. We wish this site had more information and examples.

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Video Games

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This site lays out the advantages and disadvantages of video games. Several commonsense guidelines are offered to help parents keep video games in their place. ...more
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This site lays out the advantages and disadvantages of video games. Several commonsense guidelines are offered to help parents keep video games in their place.

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Top 5 Tips to Help Bully-proof Your Child - Boys Town - Laura Buddenberg

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Always a difficult subject, bullies can ruin your child's upper elementary school day. Bullies often manage to operate without adults' awareness. Here are five straightforward strategies...more
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Always a difficult subject, bullies can ruin your child's upper elementary school day. Bullies often manage to operate without adults' awareness. Here are five straightforward strategies to help your child deal with bullies.

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Adjusting to School

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Here are some commonsense suggestions parents can use to foster successful experiences in school. This site focuses on the after school hours and good daily habits. ...more
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Here are some commonsense suggestions parents can use to foster successful experiences in school. This site focuses on the after school hours and good daily habits.

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Build Self-worth In Your Child

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This helpful site gives parents a quick list of the characteristics of positive and negative self worth. There are helpful activities to try at home to build your child's ...more
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This helpful site gives parents a quick list of the characteristics of positive and negative self worth. There are helpful activities to try at home to build your child's self worth; we wish there were even more.

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Safe Biking Skills

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Give the best gift you can with that new bike - Rules for the Road. This site will help parents safe guard children against reckless behavior and ensure they ...more
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Give the best gift you can with that new bike - Rules for the Road. This site will help parents safe guard children against reckless behavior and ensure they understand how to behave safely riding a bike.

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Look Who's Talking!

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Support your child's early forays into the speaking world by following these simple suggestions. This site offers parents a few no-nonsense ideas to begin real conversations with their...more
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Support your child's early forays into the speaking world by following these simple suggestions. This site offers parents a few no-nonsense ideas to begin real conversations with their young children.

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Cleanliness

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We're not just talking about clean hands; this site addresses organizational skills and young children. It explains the need for organization and its future benefits in your child's...more
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We're not just talking about clean hands; this site addresses organizational skills and young children. It explains the need for organization and its future benefits in your child's life, it could mean more than just a neat desk.

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Helping Children Cope with the Death of a Loved One

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Children of different ages will typically respond differently to death. This site will help parents guide children of all ages through this difficult time and offer suggestions regarding...more
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Children of different ages will typically respond differently to death. This site will help parents guide children of all ages through this difficult time and offer suggestions regarding when to seek outside support.

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Early Elementary School Responsibility

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The early elementary school age child will do well with this brief, to the point list of basic 'dos and don'ts'. With a little explanation from a parent this ...more
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The early elementary school age child will do well with this brief, to the point list of basic 'dos and don'ts'. With a little explanation from a parent this simple list can help a child handle most situations and learn to expect to be held accountable for their actions.

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Toddler and Preschool Responsibility

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Here are some small tailor-made ways your young child can contribute to the family. This site gives examples and offers a few tips parents can use to gently guide a ...more
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Here are some small tailor-made ways your young child can contribute to the family. This site gives examples and offers a few tips parents can use to gently guide a child's budding sense of responsibility.

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Ways to Nurture Your Child

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One important way to nurture your young child's self worth is to provide appropriate responsibilities. This site lists an assortment of ways even the youngest family members can help...more
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One important way to nurture your young child's self worth is to provide appropriate responsibilities. This site lists an assortment of ways even the youngest family members can help around the home.

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