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Teach an Attitude of Gratitude
Post-pandemic Parenting Plans
Have you thought about how you and your family will plan for post-COVID life? Even in the midst of the many trials brought on by COVID-19, families have developed some positive habits that they may want to savor and strive to keep into the future.
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Rooting for Routines
Being able to determine what will happen this school year will be a little difficult, but we know for certain that going into a school year with the uncertainty of a dangerous virus on the loose means having structure and routine will be more important than ever.
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Father Involvement and the Future of Children and Families
Q: Why is father involvement a topic of social concern in America today?
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Farming and Ranching in Tough Times
Farmers/ranchers and their family members experience pressure from all directions. While all of us must contend with economic ups and downs or family concerns, farmers have added uncertainties such as the weather and commodity prices that directly influence their lives and farming operations.
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Experiencing Sibling Squabbles?
Children may be spending a lot more time at home with their siblings than ever before. All of this togetherness can be positive for learning how to build on this important lifelong relationship.
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Happy Father's Day From 6 Feet Away
Just like Mother’s Day this year, we are still in the midst of a pandemic that makes holding a big celebratory gathering of family with our own aging fathers unwise to do.
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Connecting with Loved Ones this Easter, While Being Apart
Easter may be a little odd, and it certainly could be lonely, so what can we do instead of the traditional face-to-face contact at packed religious services, family meals, egg hunts and whatever else your group might do on a holiday weekend?
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Responding to Distressed People
Sometimes you need help. Sometimes you are help.
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Ready and Resilient
The start of a new school year often brings a bit of stress. The COVID-19 pandemic has the school community experiencing a lot of stress. Much of that stress is from not knowing what the disease will look like in a few weeks from now. For parents, helping your kids be ready and resilient may be the key.
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