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How to Not Take Sides When Siblings Fight

  In our family, one of the realities we face is siblings who fight. I tend to want to stop my children’s rivalry in its tracks, but…

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4 Steps to Change Your Child’s Behavior(The way your favorite boss would handle it.)

Ever tried to change your child’s behavior? Or, how many times in the last hour, have you actually tried to change your child’s behavior?  If…

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Teach Your Kids How to Say Sorry…and Mean It

Do you ever feel like the selfish, hurtful attitudes of your kids are enough to make you pull your hair out? (Or theirs?) “How can…

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How to Set Boundaries with Screens | Ep. 66

“My kid is obsessed with gaming! Are they addicted? What should I do?” If you’ve found yourself making these kinds of statements you are not…

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How to Leave a Legacy | Ep. 65

What comes to your mind when you hear the word “legacy”? We feel inspired when we hear stories about the legacy of someone who has…

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4 Ways to Deal with Your Child’s Violent Outbursts

Kids of all ages can be prone to violent outbursts. Sometimes these violent outbursts get out of control. When your child screams, hits, bites, or…

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How to Have a Great Summer—Without Your Kids Fighting All. Day. Long

It’s summer again! And this year we’ll all be taking steps back toward normal – whatever “normal” means for you. You’ll likely be working to…

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Resilient Children: 15 Little Opportunities to Grow Overcomers at Home

Have you ever wondered, “What makes resilient children so resilient?” or, “Is it nature or nurture that creates resilient children?”  Some kids seem to arrive…

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Sibling Squabbles: How to Stop Kids Fighting By Intervening Wisely

They’re at it again. You can hear them in the next room and you want it to stop. Now. Your children are having a heated…

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How to Take Advantage of Sibling Rivalry to Explain Emotions and Feelings to a ChildEpisode 54

Few things can be more frustrating as a parent than trying to mediate sibling rivalry. You want your kids to be friends but instead they…

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