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50 Single Mom Quotes On Staying Strong And Loving

50 Single Mom Quotes On Staying Strong And Loving

Being a mom is not easy. Being a single mom is even more challenging. Having children means you are on the job 24/7. Even while you are sleeping, you are still ready to wake at the slightest peep because that is what moms do. Moms, especially single moms, need more people cheering them on. Your […]

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Inspire Your Child to Read for Enjoyment

Inspire Your Child to Read for Enjoyment

The Keys to Becoming a Lifelong Reader: Reading for Fun Becoming a reader has the power to transform kids into more engaged students and well-rounded individuals. Readers develop a profound sense of imagination and curiosity about the world. They look to books as an essential source of knowledge and inspiration. That’s what motivates avid readers […]

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10 Secrets Every Parent Needs to Know about Saying No

10 Secrets Every Parent Needs to Know about Saying No

“Dr. Laura – I’m not one of those ‘Count to 3 and They Jump’ parents. I was raised that way and it always seems to involve threats and harshness. But I do want my kids to listen to me, and to take No for an answer. For instance, when I say ‘It’s time to clean […]

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3 Positive Discipline Strategies That Are Best For Your Child

3 Positive Discipline Strategies That Are Best For Your Child

I’m old enough to remember how the cane at school was used for punishment. My dad is old enough to think that banning corporal punishment in schools resulted in today’s poorly disciplined youth. With all of this as my early experiences, there was a time when I would have been better assigned to write about […]

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Boost Your Child’s Confidence and Motivation

Boost Your Child’s Confidence and Motivation

The Keys to Becoming a Lifelong Reader: Confidence Becoming a reader is hard work. Faced with a new book or reading assignment, confident readers say to themselves, “I can do this.” Enthusiastic readers take it a step further and say, “I am excited to do this!” Put the two together and the result is the […]

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