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Peer pressure suffers from a bad rap. Oh, I’m not talking about the kind in which kids push their friends to do something harmful they might not otherwise do. That kind of peer pressure deserves all the scorn it gets, … Continue reading
One lesson I continually try to teach my children is the importance of losing gracefully. After all, little says more about our character than how we behave when we lose, and I want my children’s actions to show the world … Continue reading
Empathy has to be among the most important lessons we parents teach our children. After all, if children cannot understand and share the feelings of others, they will grow into adults who do little for others and care only about … Continue reading
Given that it’s still January, I should probably tell you how I’m doing with all the new year’s resolutions I made for 2013. Of course, that would be a short post. I don’t even see how it could be a … Continue reading