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Park the Snow Plow  

Park the Snow Plow  

In the 1970s, Jim Fay warned of the perils of parenting like a helicopter. Constant hovering and unnecessary rescuing send kids unspoken messages that they MUST be fragile because they need to be rescued.…
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Am I Selfish for Taking Care of Myself?

Am I Selfish for Taking Care of Myself?

First, I want to give a very complex answer to this question:  No! No, it’s not selfish to take good care of yourself. It’s smart. But since they expect me to make this blog post longer…
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Finding the Downtime Balance

Finding the Downtime Balance

For many families in the Love and Logic Universe, a holiday break is approaching which will create chunks of time when kids are in the house (not at school and for many, not spending much time outside)…
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The Gift of Practicing Gratitude

The Gift of Practicing Gratitude

It can be an easy thing to say: “Be thankful”. We are often trying to get our kids to express outward gratitude. It’s the polite thing to do. But what if genuine, heartfelt gratitude…
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Service is a Wonderful Thing

Service is a Wonderful Thing

Service is a wonderful thing for kids to observe. They learn so much from example. It’s important for them to learn that we feel good when we do good. What else do kids learn from watching others serve?…
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Is Your Teen Really Ready to be Safe Behind the Wheel?

Is Your Teen Really Ready to be Safe Behind the Wheel?

Decrease the odds of tragedy by asking yourself the following questions:   Does my teen respectfully follow the rules of home and school?   If a teen is unable to follow simple rules about respect,…
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When Your Child is the Bully

When Your Child is the Bully

“What do you do when your own child is the bully? You are always talking about what to do when your kid is being bullied. What about when they are the one who is doling it out?” This…
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Love and Logic Blog | How to handle “I don’t know”

Love and Logic Blog | How to handle “I don’t know”

Have you ever been frustrated when a kid answers “I don’t know” to a perfectly good question? Here’s a short, fun video from our YouTube channel with some simple ways to handle “I don’t know”.…
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