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Parenting Tips
Parent and Kids Homework Navigating the unknown world of child rearing has never been easy, but it’s even harder in today’s fast-paced world. Our young people have cell phones and laptops, texting and Twitter, and keeping track of their activities is tough. How is a parent supposed to keep up?

In this part of our website you’ll find tips on learning to listen to children, and how to build long-lasting relationships with them. You’ll find tips for dealing with teens - from getting your teen to help out at home, to suggestions on what to say when having “The Talk.” Other topics you will find are effective discipline, helping with homework, and where to go for support when you need it.
 
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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