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Behavior Plans for a Problem Child

Children who prove continually problematic may behave better with the guidance of a behavior plan. The purpose of a behavior plan is not only to ensure that the child’s behavior stays within acceptable norms, but also to teach him how to behave properly in the future. By building a behavior plan yourself, or partnering with a medical professional to create this plan, you can increase the likelihood that your child modifies his behavior and learns the skills necessary to behave properly.

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Early Childhood Care: What You Need to Know

As parents, its our job to raise healthy, well-adjusted children so that they have bright and productive futures. However, most parents recognize the huge role that other caregivers and outside influences have on children. It truly takes a village to raise a child, and one of the most important citizens in that village is the early child care provider.

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Raising Money-Wise Kids

Parents call my radio show all the time and say, “Dave, my teenager thinks money grows on trees. What do I do?” “Dave, we’re still supporting our 25 year old son, what do we do?” “Dave, how do I teach my kids about money?” Read on; I’ll show you. …