Tag Archives: character

Making New Year’s Resolutions With Your Child

It’s that time of year again: New Year’s Eve is right around the corner! After the Christmas festivities, it is always wonderful to take a step back and look back at the year behind, and plan for the year ahead. As you make your resolutions for the new year, involve...
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Protecting Your Child’s Mental Health

Mental health is all over the media. We hear about anxiety, depression, and a myriad of other mental health problems, but we rarely talk about what can be done before a diagnosis to help people be as mentally and emotionally healthy as possible. Here are three ways to protect your...
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How To Help Your Child With Internet Addiction

Addiction is one of the hardest struggles of many young adult lives, and it has become sneakier than ever before. Now, addiction does not always look like drug dealers or underage drinking, it can look like something as harmless as being on the internet more often than is healthy. Here...
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Giving Your Child Growth-Centered Feedback

A huge part of parenting is giving our children feedback about their behavior. We want to encourage them when they are kind, responsible, and patient. We want to teach them to not be rude, mean, or whiny. We want to teach our children the difference between right and wrong, and...
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Building good character in children at early age

Character is considered to be complex mental and ethical distinctive qualities built into an individual’s personality that will determine person’s response in any circumstance.  We live in a world composed of a variety of different nations, cultures, races, and world views therefore building good character and good interpersonal skills is...
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