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Keys to Communicating with Our Children

Meaningful conversations are something every parent desires to have with their children. As a mom of three boys ranging in age from fourteen to twenty, I’ve learned that those heart-to-hearts don’t just happen. Foundational relationship building is a necessary first step, and it’s not always convenient. Show an Interest in Your Child’s Interests Many conversations …

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How to Teach Kids About Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month is September 15th through October 15th each year. This holiday is meant to celebrate and honor the cultural contributions of Hispanic and Latinx Americans. Read along to learn about the history of Hispanic Heritage Month. Explore ways you can celebrate and honor the culture with your family. Hispanic Heritage Month History …

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Why We Read

In honor of National Read a Book Day, our Familius Family has shared the reasons they love to read. This holiday was founded to give readers a chance to participate in their favorite pastime. Nationaldaytoday.com suggests celebrating by reading, volunteering at a local library, and sharing your favorite book with a child to pass on …

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6 Simple Back-to-School Tips to Protect Your Mental Health

After a hot and hectic summer, it’s time for students to head back to school. If thoughts of the previous school year have you breaking out in a sweat, you’re not alone. Parents and students all over the country are dealing with the challenge of returning to school amid inconsistent masking requirements, blended learning, and …

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One Thing You Can Do to Give Your Child Resilience and Grit!

In 2001, Dr. Marshall Duke and Dr. Robyn Fivush from Emery University had a hypothesis that children who know more about their families are more resilient and can handle challenges better than children who have limited knowledge about their families. This led them to create a “Do You Know?” list of questions to ask children …

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Behind the Book: BFF or NRF (Not Really Friends)

Author, Jessica Speer, shares what inspired her to write her newest book BFF or NRF (Not Really Friends) read along to learn about her work as a social scientist and friendship expert. Preteen and Teen Years Friendships can be challenging, especially during the preteen and teen years. Most girls and women have uncomfortable or painful …

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