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Four Simple Ways to Help Your Kids Become More Confident

Parents spend hours and hours making sure their children are eating well, behaving properly and studying their lessons. But not all of them are conscious about focusing on building their kids’ confidence. Parents are used to assisting their kids in everything—from tying their shoes to making their homework—even if they can do it on their …

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Why Should You Emphasize Multiculturalism in Your Children?

Children are among the best receivers of information. Since they know very little about the world, much of their future development—personality, mindset, and so on—rely greatly on the influence of their environment. But while children’s worlds were smaller in the past, the type of landscape they need to contend with today until they grow up …

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How Christian Parents Can Enrich Their Child’s Spirituality

For some Christians, it can be hard to stay in faith in a fast-changing world. What more if you’re a parent raising a child in this digital age? Passing on your spiritual heritage to your children is both a responsibility and a challenge. It’s a responsibility because faith formation starts at home—in the family. It’s …

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Lessons for Students: Ideals that Promote Frugal Living

People tend to tell children and teens to focus on their academics while they’re living with their parents who provide everything they need. Just because they are dependent in their parents, however, doesn’t mean they can’t do anything to help with their family’s expenses. Every penny counts—parents and guardians know this. From paying bills to …

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Cooperative Co-parenting: How to Make Holidays Work

When you’re divorced, celebrating the holidays and long weekends can be tough. This is especially true when there are children in the picture and you and your ex have joint custody over them. According to a divorce law firm in Kent, you’re forced to deal with “complex financial, emotional, and practical difficulties all at once” and …

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