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How to Stop Taking Daily Frustrations Out On Your Kids In 6 Doable Steps

Have you ever felt frustrated or angry at your child and then been brought to the sudden realization that they didn’t do anything wrong? They weren’t even the source of…

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How To Stop Yelling in 21 Days; And Break Other Bad Habits Too

Before you go on reading this, do something for me… Sit or stand as you normally would, and fold your arms as you normally would… Then, fold your arms the…

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TRU Parenting Audio Ep. 12 We See the Positive When We Look For It

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We See the Positive When We Look For It: 4 Ways to Look and Find It!

I have a special connection to sunrises and sunsets. My Father was obsessed with capturing the beauty of sunrises and sunsets in photographs his whole adult life. When our family…

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TRU Parenting Audio: Give an Inch, They Take a Mile: What to Do When They Just Want More

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TRU Audio: Create Better Days with Better Greetings

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TRU Parenting Audio: 17 Spring and Summer Activities

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17 Spring & Summer Activities that Will Build Your Relationship Without Breaking the Bank

The sun is shining and birds are chirping again. This time of year screams, “come outside and play!” However, some parents wonder, “How can I get my kids out of…

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Even Super-Mom or Dad Need Help Sometimes: 3 Steps to Getting the Help You Need

You do it all! You pack the lunches, clean the kitchen, kiss the boo-boos, support the extra-curricular activities, and fold the laundry (sometimes). You bring home the bacon and then…

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Mean What You Say & Say What You Mean; 3 Essential Elements of Effective Communication

Years ago I watched a video where a little girl was gleefully playing in her front yard. Her mother was watching her from the porch on a beautiful summer day….

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