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Behavioral Issues
Is your child being bullied, or perhaps a bully herself? Does your son seem to lie about even the simplest of things, like whether he brushed his teeth or not? Perhaps your daughter has been caught shoplifting or drinking. In this section of our web site you’ll learn to identify and better understand behavioral problems and how to deal with them, which will in turn help your child do better in school and in life.

If you have any comments or suggestions for other topics you’d like to see covered, please email us at [email protected]

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