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Teach an Attitude of Gratitude
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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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Extending Support for Farmers, Ranchers in Times of Stress
Many farmers, agricultural professionals and family members are facing increased stresses linked with uncertain market conditions. The hours they must spend in checking on market prospects, reviewing financial needs, and making farming decisions can be long, stressful and tiring.
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Make Time to Practice Home-Alone Skills
If you’re thinking about having your children go home alone after school, you can to teach them skills, define rules and encourage them to be in charge while you’re nearby.
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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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If Meals Were More Fun
Shared mealtimes with family members seem to be going the way of the dinosaur for many American households.
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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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A Child's Guide to Making Friends
Making friends is an important part of child development.
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Teaching Confidence
To build their own skills, children need to have the opportunity to experience feeling capable and able.
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