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Three Ways to Fail A Multiple Choice Test When You Know the Answer character family fat loss goals health parenting time management values weight loss Mar 07, 2017

In front of me there was an intelligent young man proficient in Krav Maga and about to become a top notch personal trainer. He's one of my students at Heritage College and I'm about to administer the written test for him to recertify his CPR, which he had let lapse by a few days. He was in the...

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It’s Time to Think about the Messages Toys Send children education fun goals inspiration mental health parenting values Jan 30, 2016

Today is the first day that parents could pre-order the new Barbie that addresses concerns about the body image message sent previously by the ever thin and buxom Barbie of yore. The new Barbie comes in tall, curvy and petite. This follows last year’s addition of dolls with new skin colors...

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New Year's Resolutions 2.0: First Things First diet exercise fitness goals habits holidays nutrition parenting Jan 01, 2016

As a new year begins, many people begin to identify areas of their lives that they are unsatisfied with and proceed to resolve to change or to do better. While well-intentioned, this one time action usually does very little to change anything except possibly to drive more dissatisfaction or guilt...

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Anti-Tips for Holiday Happiness character children diet exercise family life fat loss fitness goals habits holidays inspiration values weight loss Dec 17, 2015

There is no lack of lists at the holidays online and in magazines giving you tips for how to avoid weight gain or enjoy time with your loved ones during the holidays. I've written quite a few myself.

To breeze through the holidays happy, fit, and trim you don't need tips as much as you need a...

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Set the Bar High for Quick, Cheerful, Obedient Responses from your Children character children education family life goals habits inspiration parenting support values Nov 10, 2015

When children are asked or told to do something a few questions roll through their minds. Questions like:

  1. Do I really have to?
  2. Why do you want me to do this? (asked because they genuinely want to know)
  3. If I question this, can I get out of it?
  4. Why me? Could someone else do this?
  5. If I act unhappy...
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