Discovering Your Family’s Strengths

Discovering Your Family’s Strengths

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Resources for teachers and parenting professionals!

Resources for teachers and parenting professionals!

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A "New" Definition of Family

A "New" Definition of Family

The definition of “family” is ever-evolving, but when it comes to families, there’s more that’s the same about us than there is different. Click on the read more link to learn more!

Tips for Keeping Kids Safe

Tips for Keeping Kids Safe

Violence and bullying can be reduced when people work together to create safe places for all young people. Tips to help make your neighborhood, school, and community better places. Click on “Read more” to learn more.

When you see news that goes against your values, talk about that with your kids. Help them learn from other people’s mistakes.

Got Grit? Help Your Child Develop a Sense of Perseverance

Learn about how the Perseverance Process can help motivate parents and kids to set and achieve goals. Watch the full video archive of our September webinar now!

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ParentFurther Blog: A Thoughtful Blog for Busy Parents

April 17, 2014

By: Gene Roehlkepartain, Guest Blogger

Alcohol use by teens is sometimes considered a “gateway” to a wide range of other high-risk activities, including premature sexual activity and illegal drug use.

March 26, 2014

By: Kimberly Owens, Guest Blogger

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that more than nine people are killed each day due to accidents caused by distracted driving, along with more than 1,000 others injured by simply not paying attention to the road.

March 21, 2014

By: Samantha MacDonald, Web & Social Media Specialist, ParentFurther

Did you know that March is National Talk to Your Teen about Sex Month? It is easier to talk to your kids about sex as they grow older if you consistently make conversations about healthy sexuality a regular part of your relationship.