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April 30, 2012 | Newsletters | 0 comments

Raising Compassionate kids, building happiness habits, boosting willpower, family meetings, and more!

This month’s posts…

Is Your Kid Mean?
Five ways to raise kind and compassionate kids.

The Stuck-at-Home Generation
Are we raising kids who won’t leave the nest?

Habits Are Everything
You know WHAT to do to be happier, but can you do it?

5 Tips for Boosting Your Willpower
Good habits are foundational for happiness—but to create them, you need willpower.

Podcast: Do You Have Family Meetings?
Learn about this great tool for running a household smoothly. 

Jackie Adams

Podcast: Are You Your Partner’s Equal?
In the give and take of a relationship, are your needs lost?

Podcast: Are You Addicted to Your Email?
When we need to set limits for ourselves

Podcast: Parenting in a Media Age
How (and why) to set limits on something as awesome as the iPad, TV, and Xbox. 


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