Parenting with Empathy, LLC

Parenting with Empathy, LLC

Are you frustrated by the way your child talks to you? Do you want to stop your kids from whining and arguing? Would you like to come home from work to a clean house? Then this course is for you! Jennifer Prince has found that...

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Attitude of Gratitude

Attitude of Gratitude

From an Associated Press article “Teach Teens to Have an Attitude of Gratitude” in The Oregonian, November 17, 2009: In response to kids who are ungrateful and display a sense of entitlement, a social worker, family therapist...

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Parenting with Empathy,...

Parenting with Empathy, LLC

Are you frustrated by the way your child talks to you? Do you want to stop your kids from whining and arguing? Would you like to...

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Attitude of Gratitude

Attitude of Gratitude

From an Associated Press article “Teach Teens to Have an Attitude of Gratitude” in The Oregonian, November 17, 2009: In...

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Early Excercise Pays Off

Early Excercise Pays Off

From the September 20, 2009 Parade Magazine: An article titled “Early Exercise Pays Off” cites that the more active kids are...

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Parenting with Empathy, LLC

Posted on Monday, December 13th, 2010

Are you frustrated by the way your child talks to you? Do you want to stop your kids from whining and arguing? Would you like to come home from work to a clean house? Then [...]

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Attitude of Gratitude

Posted on Sunday, December 13th, 2009

From an Associated Press article “Teach Teens to Have an Attitude of Gratitude” in The Oregonian, November 17, 2009: In response to kids who are ungrateful and display a sense of entitlement, a social worker, [...]

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Early Excercise Pays Off

Posted on Sunday, December 13th, 2009

From the September 20, 2009 Parade Magazine: An article titled “Early Exercise
Pays Off” cites that the more active kids are when they are young, (five years old)
the less body fat they’ll have later on (eleven [...]

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Not so sweet

Posted on Sunday, December 13th, 2009

From an Associated Press article in The Oregonian, October 1, 2009: In “Not So
Sweet–Study of British Kids Connects Candy with Crime,” researchers suggest
“Children who eat too much candy may be more likely to be arrested [...]

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