When disaster or tragedy strikes, respond positively as a family. Volunteer. Donate money. Help out in some way.
Place parental controls on what your kids can access through the Internet and on cable.
Talk honestly about what to do when relationships get difficult. Kids want to learn how to have good relationships.
Encourage your kids to ask questions about life, death, and other spiritual issues.
Listen more to your kids and talk less.
Take your kids to regular doctor and dentist visits to keep them healthy.
Ask your kids what they want to do as a family. Then do it.
When you see news that goes against your values, talk about that with your kids. Help them learn from other people’s mistakes
Try a different ethnic food and learn more about that culture.
Ask other parents which activities and family activities they enjoy doing. Then try something they recommend.
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