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Publication My Farming Resource Network
Building a strong support and resource system for you and your family will come in handy during a time of need or concern. Make a list of the family, friends, neighbors, agencies and organizations that can help you and give you advice. This publication is part of a series called Managing Stress and Pursuing Wellness in Times of Tight Margins.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication RealAudio document My Coping Strategies Plan - At Home and on the Farm
Creating a coping toolbox and planning steps to a more sustainable lifestyle can help you manage farm and ranching, family or individual stresses in a healthy way. This publication is part of a series called Managing Stress and Pursuing Wellness in Times of Tight Margins.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Key Coping Tools in Times of Farm/Ranch Stress
All of us cope with the stresses and challenges of life daily. When it comes to farm/ranch stress finding tools that will help us manage stress is needed to help make decisions. This publication is part of a series called Managing Stress and Pursuing Wellness in Times of Tight Margins.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication 4 Steps to Managing Stress in Farming and Ranching
Working in agriculture brings its own set of unique experiences and stresses. The Managing Rural Stress Model allows you to use a reflective approach and explore multiple steps in dealing with stress concerns. This publication is part of a series called Managing Stress and Pursuing Wellness in Times of Tight Margins.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication application/onenote Where Are You In the Farm/Ranch Stress Zone?
Each person is affected differently by stress, and becoming familiar with common ways in which stress affects a person is helpful. This publication is part of a series called Managing Stress and Pursuing Wellness in Times of Tight Margins.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication ECMAScript program References and Resources for Addressing Youth Issues
Numerous youth issues are highlighted in this single publication. Each topic area includes a list of current references and resources specifically focusing on the particular youth issue. Included are websites, NDSU Extension publications and programs, brochures, lesson guides, fact sheets, videos and more. Each reference and resource is followed by a short description.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication C header Understanding and Working With Youth
Certain characteristics are common to youth at each age level. While the rate of development of youth may vary, the order of the stages does not. Each of the four stages is distinct, characterized by abilities and attitudes that are different from the stages before and after. Within each developmental stage, there are four areas of development impacting individual learning.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication chemical/x-pdb Essential Elements for Positive Youth Development
Positive youth development is intentional. It is the combination of positive experiences, positive relationships, and positive environments. When youth programs combine these three components, youth are more likely to stay involved and experience the essential elements that serve as the foundation of positive youth development programming. The eight essential elements can be categorized into one of four key concepts: belonging, mastery, independence, and generosity.
Located in Kids & Family
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 Talking to Children About Peer Pressure
Children receive pressure from friends and peers as they make decision. Clothing styles, music choices, and social behaviors are all influenced by feedback from peers. Parents and other adults can assist children in understanding peer pressure, how to respond to such pressures, and discuss such issues with children of different ages.
Located in Kids & Family
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