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Bye-Bye, Tantrums: The Benefits of Planning Transitions for Preschoolers

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  Follow these simple tricks and activities to reduce and ultimately avoid the early childhood tantrums. During their preschool years, children go through many developmental changes. Considering their social and emotional development, children at this age are able to understand, label and differentiate between the different emotions that they are …

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How a Social Media Fast and Life Coach Leveled-Up My Life

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A few months ago, I was invited to participate in a 10-day social media fast. I willingly agreed, not thinking it would have any impact on me because I spend such limited time on social media. I was wrong. The impact was far-reaching and life-changing. I had no idea how …

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Reno Mom with Son on the Autism Spectrum Finds Caring, Supportive Teachers

Liam Kay, Newton Learning Center

Teachers who care and know how to help; these two factors are the takeaway messages I want other parents to know when considering enrolling their child in the Newton Learning Center of Northern Nevada. Newton is a private school catering to high-functioning children on the autism spectrum. It is successful …

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Positive Parenting Course: A New Approach to Parenting

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My husband and I spent a recent Saturday morning attending a free positive parenting course, put on by Robin Brocklesby, founder of Embrace the PATH. Robin put together three free courses to expose parents in our community to this parenting model and see what the interest would be in doing more …

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Socks Were Never Meant to Have Partners

As the primary laundry-doer around here, I find myself constantly pondering the following: WHERE ARE ALL THE SOCKS? We are a family of six, and we own no less than a billion pairs of socks[1]. How many of those pairs are currently in their natural, paired-up state, happily living their …

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