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How To Teach Your Children Love


I was in the life insurance sales industry for over 8 years. One of best teaching that I have learned from the industry and found in all top sales professionals and successful individuals is:"All super successful individuals love people more than they love money.

Parenting Your Teenager: Teens and Violence


I have a bit of a different response than most therapists to the often asked question:"How can all this teen violence be happening?"My questions are:"How could this not be happening"and"Why doesn't it happen even more often?"Here's what I mean by these questions - although there are many more factors involved, just consider these three:1) kids listen to increasingly violent music, see increasingly violent movies and TV shows, and play increasingly violent video games. All of these without any focus on the real life, long term consequences of violence.

Parenting Your Teenager: 8 Things You Need to Be Doing


Get into their world. The world that teens are growing up in is not the world in which we grew up.

What To Do With A 6 Year Old Smart Mouth Know It All


Just the other day, I was talking to some other stay at home moms and asked if they were struggling with any difficulties. "Yes," one piped up almost immediately, "discipline problems with my 6 year old smart mouth know-it-all! I don't want to spank, and don't, but he seems to laugh at time out, privilage loss, etc.

Parental Involvement in Learning


Whether children attend public or private schools, they benefit when parents become involved in their education. According to the National Institute for Literacy, when parents or other family members frequently read to children entering kindergarten, those children were at a distinct advantage over children whose families read to them less often.

Is Your Behavioural Change Strategy Working?


'How can I start getting my children to help out at home?'Many parent ask me this question. My answer is simple - "It depends!"Achieving a behavioural change in children is dependent on their age and stage of development, their temperament and attitude, and how set in their ways they are.

The Seven Keys of Being a Father


Is there a fathering instinct?Celebrated child development expert Erik Erikson maintains that adults have a fierce desire to protect and nurture the next generation. This is the generative nature of parenting- to nurture and protect the next generationWe recognise this desire in women as the maternal instinct.

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Los Angeles Times

Pomegranates are in season. We have recipes
Los Angeles Times
What's in season: If you've ever tried to tackle a fresh pomegranate, it's a project trying to extract the juicy red arils — the pulp-like covering around the seeds — from the leathery flesh and pulp. But the results are well worth it for the sweet ...



Casper Star-Tribune Online

For the birds: Four game bird recipes guaranteed to make your mouth water
Casper Star-Tribune Online
The meat can be tough. It can be pungent. The long-standing joke about most grouse species is: “Season the breast, bake it on a wood plank, throw the breast away and eat the plank.” But eating pheasants, ducks, geese or other game birds doesn't have to ...

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Sports Illustrated

Tom Brady's Recipes in His New Book Are, Unsurprisingly, Pretty Freaking Weird
Sports Illustrated
In addition to some extremely questionable scientific claims and some excellent photos of Tom Brady contemplating the meaning of life while eating a kale salad, it also includes some recipes. I read the recipes, and we even made two of them in our test ...



The Guardian

Nigel Slater's end-of-season vegetable and herb recipes
The Guardian
“Where are all the courgette recipes?” “WTF do I do with yet another marrow?” This week I made two fat aubergines and a rather heady mountain of basil leaves into crisp, generously filled tartlets; baked an oddball assortment of tomatoes with a herb ...



PEOPLE.com

Get the Recipe for the Kardashian Family's Favorite 'Detox Salad'
PEOPLE.com
said Khloé, sharing recipes for mom's pasta primavera, her own mac and cheese, Kourtney's dairy-free rice krispies and her detox salad. RELATED: Khloé Kardashian Says These Healthy Snacks Keep Her 'On Track'. The oldest sister's recipe is her “go-to ...



The Mercury News

Google alum and Hawaii poke expert dishes on how to make it at home
The Mercury News
Honolulu food writer Martha Cheng's new "The Poke Cookbook" offers 45 recipes for classic and modern Hawaiian fare. (Clarkson Potter 2017). Expand. By Jackie Burrell | jburrell@bayareanewsgroup.com | Bay Area News Group. September 23, 2017 at ...



9NEWS.com

Takin' it Slow: Weekend morning team's favorite slow cooker recipes
9NEWS.com
Now that it's fall, get ready to plug it back in. The 9NEWS weekend morning show team is getting the comfort food season started with some of their favorite slow cooker recipes. Just throw all of the ingredients in… and, at the end of the day, you've ...



Here And Now

Cookbook 'BraveTart' Explains Little-Known History Behind America's Favorite Recipes
Here And Now
Award-winning pastry chef Stella Parks' new cookbook "BraveTart" not only shares more than 100 classic American recipes, but also the history behind them. Parks (@BraveTart) joins Here & Now's Robin Young to discuss her favorites and their stories.

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The Guardian

Yotam Ottolenghi's late-summer tomato recipes
The Guardian
Yotam Ottolenghi's late-summer tomato recipes. The tomato season is nearing its end for another year, so make the last of the summer vine. Yotam Ottolenghi's hot charred cherry tomatoes with cold yoghurt. Photograph: Louise Hagger for the Guardian.



New York Times

Yotam Ottolenghi on Creating Recipes for His Cookbook 'Sweet'
New York Times
Here is an image that I can't shake: It's a Sunday afternoon, around 4, probably. My husband, Karl, looks out the window of our first-floor West London flat; an expression of clear foreboding appears on his face and then, very quietly, he says, “Helen ...


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