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Volume 3 - Issue 1
- Dare to Dream...
- "Yes, I Can!"
- Goal-Getters
- Leave the World a Bit Better

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Volume 2 - Issue 11
- The Strangest Secret
- Strategies for Success
- The Law of Mount Everest

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Volume 2 - Issue 9
- Overcomers
- Beyond the Challenge
- Help in the Downward Financial Spiral

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Volume 2 - Issue 6
- Rainbows from Rain
- Let’s Just Sing
- Be Grateful for the Good
- The Upward Look

Vol. 2 - Issue 12
 
Contents:
  •  Influence
  •  How to Have a Happier Home—Mealtimes will never be the same
  •  Start the Day off Right
  •  Parenting from the Heart—Pancakes and pudding
  •  Tips on Parenting
  •  A Parent’s Best Investment—Presents or Presence?
  •  Children Learn What They Live
  •  The Problem with Modern Entertainment—What is molding our children’s values?
  •  Proactive Parenting—How to get the most from TV
  •  Notable Quotes—There’s nothing like family
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Summary:
   Besides loving our children unconditionally, telling them often that we love them, and making quality times with them our top priority—one of the best things we can do is to accept our children for who they are. Most parents want the best for their children. Of course, it is good to try to help them reach their full potential, but there is often a fine line between that and expecting too much. Nobody is perfect, so we should learn to celebrate the successes and not worry about the rest. If we strive for love and trust rather than perfection, we will form lifelong bonds with our children that will keep us together through anything. Happy parenting!
 

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