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The best 3 end-of-the-year questions to ask teachers

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See these 3 questions you can email each of your child’s teachers so you can make any summer academic planning: — Are there any specific academic skills (e.g., organization, focusing, conceptualization, synthesizing, memorization, etc.) that my child should further develop … Continue reading

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John Tamny sees the prophetic writing on the wall with his new book: “The End of Work: Why Your Passion can Become Your Job”

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One of the most “cut to the bone” books I have read recently is Tamny’s hot-off-the-press book.  And his perspective is as fresh as the original glazed donut you eat when you pull into Krispy Kreme when the HOT NOW … Continue reading

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The 26 Tips for ensuring your child reaches their full potential and becomes who they are meant to be

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(1) Parenting is a long distance race, it is not a Sprint. At every developmental stage, exploit opportunities to rejuvenate yourself. The younger the child, the more important to get away/take shifts. (2) Parenting is an inherently embarrassing role; determining … Continue reading

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Teaching your child to avoid one of the most subtly dangerous character types: The Coercive Controller

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There is so much focus on identifying explicitly obnoxious bullies in schools that parents seem to be lulled into the false comfort that if their child is not being pushed around verbally or physically, in an obvious way, then all … Continue reading

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Popular Oldies but Goodies to Prepare your child for the Summer

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Summer is a great time to analyze where your child is with their education and where they will be going.  There are also some issues to be aware of before summer begins.  Here are several great blogs that will help … Continue reading

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10 essential things to do with your child this summer to make their academic year more fun for you and your Family

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One of the toughest challenges about parenting is ushering your child through their academic year without losing your sanity.  Homework arguments end up being one of the bloodiest battlegrounds, and with the rising availability of a dizzying amount of technological … Continue reading

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A Pornographic World? Audio clip of Dr. Brunner being interviewed by nationally recognized struggling teen consultant.

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This past week I was interviewed again by Lon Woodbury regarding my blog from July 17, 2015, “What does a documentary about young females going into the pornography industry have to do with how you parent your adolescent? More than … Continue reading

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Are there Few Pros and Many Cons of Going to College?

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One of the most profoundly analytical and thus compelling articles I’ve read in the last few days grabbed my attention with this headline:  “The Few Pros and Many Cons of Going to College”. This is a provocative article every parent … Continue reading

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Back By Popular Demand: Why you should NOT go into summer thinking your child has nothing to work on

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This month we are re-releasing a handful of our most popular blogs. It is the time of year when we, as parents, are deciding what we want to have our children do to occupy their free time this summer.  To … Continue reading

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Priceless Brief TED Talk: How Schools Kill Creativity and How We Can Re-imagine School (Subtext: The kid who you think has ADHD may just have the right amount of energy to become a world famous dancer)

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BY THE END OF THIS BLOG AND VIDEO:  You will appreciate that while William Shakespeare’s mother no doubt got tired of him writing all the time, you – like Shakespeare’s mother – had and have a lot to learn.  Much … Continue reading

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