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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. 4 - Issue 12
  •  Why Do We Yell?
  •  Tired of Yelling?—How to stop yelling and parent effectively
  •  How to Talk So Kids Will Listen—And listen so kids will talk
  •  Answers to Your Questions—Parenting forum
  •  Which Is Your Case?
  •  To Be Like You—A poem
  •  Notable Quotes—Parenting
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   If you’re a parent, you’ve probably been in this situation: Your child misbehaves or talks to you disrespectfully, and before you know it, you’re raising your voice—and your child yells back at you. Afterward, you feel awful. You wonder why it always has to come down to a shouting match, and you wish you had handled the situation differently. Communicating with children to help them make good choices, and teaching them in the right way is not an easy task. The articles in this issue of Motivated include both practical tips on how to communicate effectively with children, and true stories from people who share their experiences. So, get a cup of tea or coffee, put your feet up, relax, and read on. You will feel better afterward.


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Don't knock the benefits of relaxation. A refreshed soul can be a truly creative soul, and a truly creative soul is a productive soul.

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