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Exploring the 3 Phases of Parenthood: Parent, Coach, Mentor

Exploring the 3 Phases of Parenthood: Parent, Coach, Mentor

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Learn the differences between being a parent, coach, and mentor, as well as how and when to make the transition between them.
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10 Tips for Working Past the Overwhelm

10 Tips for Working Past the Overwhelm

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Feeling overwhelmed? Find out how you can combat it and prepare to lessen the effects on your mind and your body while strengthening your family.
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Do You Question Your Parenting Skills?

Do You Question Your Parenting Skills?

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Ever question your parenting skills? If so, you want to be the best parent you can be. Learning these four key skills will help you do just that.
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Why Consequences Are Important

Why Consequences Are Important

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Allowing our children to experience consequences is not about being a mean parent. It’s about preparing them for the future.
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10 Activities to Get in Shape with Your Kids

10 Activities to Get in Shape with Your Kids

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Going to get in shape this year? Wondering how to do it with kids in the equation? Include them. Here are 10 easy ways to get active with your kids!
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Why You Shouldn't Worry About Having a Perfect Holiday

Why You Shouldn’t Worry About Having a Perfect Holiday

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Family time can be crippling with the myth of the perfect holiday family. Turn it into joy by making memories with the small, shared experiences.
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Webinars:

3 Things You and Your Child Need to Know Before College

3 Things You and Your Child Need to Know Before College
Birth2Work co-founder Elane V. Scott and Pepperdine University professor Dr. Linnea McCord launched our webinar series with a lively back-and-forth on the topics of college readiness, life preparedness, and easing transitions from home to college and then to the real world ...
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