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Materialism v. Altruism During the Holidays

December 6, 2007 | Posts with Videos | 2 comments

There are lots of things you can do to make your holidays happier.

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I am a big fan of your conversations. You raise such an important voice that you can imagine how I feel after I watch your clips.
I am a new mom and also a democratic educator. I usually have hard time convincing people that they have everything within, to raise happy kids.
People lose their confidence when they reach the parenthood stage and your videos provide the support that parents need (based on research sounds more promising http://greatergood.berkeley.edu/half_full/wp-includes/images/smilies/icon_smile.gif
Thanks again and enjoy the holidays,

Ofira

Ofira | 4:16 pm, December 10, 2007 | Link

 

I have been captivated by your videos and site.  I watched every one of them and took away quite a bit that I will try to incorporate into how I communicate with my kids starting right now. (Oh . . . it seems I have been doing everything wrong . . . failure is good right?)  This is info that every parent can use and I not only will include it in my next email but am honored to do so.  I only hope they read it!

Chicago area PTO president | 4:33 pm, December 10, 2007 | Link

 
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