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Publication ECMAScript program Addressing Gossip, Whining, Conflict and Negative Attitudes
People need to feel valued. A workplace that values diversity and manages change with respectful conversations will have less negativity to address.
Located in Leadership
Publication Adolescent Prescription and Over-the-counter Drug Abuse
Prescription and over-the-counter drug abuse and overdose are growing concerns across the nation and in North Dakota communities. In North Dakota, there has been a 59.7% increase in the number of controlled substance prescriptions dispensed between 2008 and 2015. Staying up-to-date on prescription and over-the-counter drug abuse trends is critical for today's caring adults.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Families and Flood Evacuation: Items to Take for Children Evacuating
Natural disasters such as floods are stressful events for families. Evacuating their home is obviously stressful for children. Plan ahead by packing a disaster supplies kit for each of your children to grab if your family has to evacuate due to flood conditions or other reasons.
Located in Disasters
Publication Family Communication and Estate Planning
Estate planning must be a financial priority at practically any phase of life. Sometimes the words estate planning, financial planning and retirement planning are interchangeable and refer to the same type of planning. People who plan ahead to manage their assets and financial resources will use appropriate professionals such as tax attorneys, accountants, financial planners and insurance agents to maximize their legacy to future generations and the community. Also, they organize their estate and related affairs so their desires are understood by family members and decisions are made ahead of time so family members are not left with many unresolved or difficult questions as a parent grows older.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Family Meal Times Issue 11: Promote Healthy Habits for a Healthy Lifestyle
Whether your child is overweight or not, healthful eating and exercise are keys to personal well-being. As a parent, you can take an active role and guide your child in the right direction to grow and pursue good health for a lifetime.
Located in Food and Nutrition
Publication Family Meal Times Issue 7: Basic Cooking Skills Help Keep Family Meals on the Table
Research shows that families with cooking skills are more likely to make healthier food choices.
Located in Food and Nutrition
Publication Family Meal Times Issue 2: Make Family Meals a Tradition
A family tradition has been defined as an activity that is significant and meaningful for family members and is coordinated and repeated through time. Building family traditions that last and have personal meaning for family members helps build strong family relations.
Located in Food and Nutrition
Publication Family Meal Times Issue 1: Family Meals Matter
Making regular family meals a priority is important. Not every meal has to be a sit-down dinner extravaganza. This publication gives you ideas on how you can take back your time.
Located in Food and Nutrition
Publication Troff document Family Meal Times Issue 8: Feeding a Family on a Thrifty Budget
You can provide your family with nutritious, tasty and simple meals, even when times are tough. The tips here may help you stretch your budget.
Located in Food and Nutrition
Publication Family Meal Times Issue 9: Invite Kids Into the Kitchen
Cooking can be a recipe for building relationships and learning important life skills.
Located in Food and Nutrition
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