Category Archives: Behavior Challenges

Fathers are Important to their Children’s Development!

Years ago in graduate school I wrote a paper about the importance of a father on a daughter’s development. This topic was important to me because I knew that my own father had a very positive influence on my life. … Continue reading

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What Kids Think About School

It is that old familiar back-to-school season… Everyone is anxious in anticipation of a new school year… The classroom is second only to the home in the important tasks of teaching young people cooperation, developing good moral habits, conveying a … Continue reading

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Home Management Systems at Odds

A college paper I had written during the year my oldest daughter was 2/3 years old asked me to talk about my home management systems and how they did or did not work. The class was in Home Economics, and … Continue reading

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