This five-part webinar series examines the practical implications of Search Institute’s American Family Assets Study.
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Ideas to help your kids get past their troubles at school and make it a place for effective learning.
It’s never too early or too late to talk to your kids.
Invite your child’s friends to hang out in your home when you are there. Take time to chat with them.
Make the time getting ready for the holidays something everyone enjoys—not something everyone dreads.
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If you have a child in an out-of-school-time sport or club, you may have been recruited to coach or lead that activity.
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Setting expectations for our kids is an ongoing challenge for parents. On the one hand, it’s easy to communicate what we expect. Yet that doesn't necessarily go far enough.
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Unfortunately, depression in children is real. The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry estimates that 5 percent of all children suffer from depression.
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