Etiquette for Children—Top 5 Tips

May 14, 2011 by  
Filed under Communication, Family, Parenting

Etiquette for Children

I recently read a blog about teaching Etiquette for Children that I would like to share. I feel that etiquette, or manners, has dwindled over the last many years by adults and kids, alike. However, I think that being polite, greeting people appropriately and making a good first impression are all still very important to not only teach our kids, but continue to model ourselves. “5 Simple Etiquette... 

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Kids are from Krypton; Parents are from Pluto™

February 19, 2010 by  
Filed under Communication, Education, Family, Parenting

Well, I hope you were able to catch my radio debut. It is a new parenting series, “Kids are from Krypton; Parents are from Pluto™”. It’s on heartbeatradiousa.com every Thursday at 1:30 pm EST. Catch it on live stream or WRHB Heartbeat Radio for Women. For the next four weeks, we’ll be talking about communicating with your kids. Each week I’ll be posting communication tips... 

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Accepting Differences in People with Disabilities

November 12, 2008 by  
Filed under Child Development

Traditionally, the media has cast people with disabilities in a very negative, almost dehumanized, stereotypical fashion. However, there is thankfully a new trend in movies, newscasts, etc. to show the disabled as being capable, competent human beings, deserving of respect, as all people do.” “It is important for parents to model respectful attitudes and behavior toward the handicapped;... 

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