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  • Teaching Your Child that Failure is Good
    Teaching Your Child that Failure is Good

    Nobody likes to fail. We all know how it feels – it's a disappointing experience that can leave us feeling extremely discouraged. However, we also recognize that failure is often a good thing because we can learn from our mistakes, perhaps helping us to ...

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  • Strategies to Help Foster a Strong Relationship with Your Children
    Strategies to Help Foster a Strong Relationship with Your Children

    As parents, we all strive to have close relationships with our children. Although we always want to protect our kids from disappointment and unpleasant situations, it's also important that we remember to grant them their own freedoms and responsibilities. ...

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  • How to Navigate College as an Introvert
    How to Navigate College as an Introvert

    Introverts tend to be more internally focused than extroverts, and may spend more time pondering thoughts, emotions, and feelings than other students. People that have this personality trait often aren't as social as others, and may prefer spending time ...

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  • The Top 5 Reasons Students Struggle with Math
    The Top 5 Reasons Students Struggle with Math

    Struggling in math class? Take a look at the most common reasons students struggle with math - and how to find help Mathematics is often considered to be one of the most challenging subjects in school. Recent surveys report that 37% of teens aged 13-17 ...

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