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Fall 2015 Edition

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"Catch" your child being good. A steady diet of disapproval, nagging and criticism does not teach your child to improve. Instead, focus your comments on what is done and what is done well, rather than on what is done poorly or not at all.


Seek help early if you are experiencing marital difficulties. Half of all marriages that do end, do so in the first seven years, yet the average couple waits six years before seeking help for marital problems. This means the average couple lives with unhappiness for far too long.


Refrain from doing many things at once because you think you're saving time. What actually happens when you do several things at once is that nothing gets your full attention, there's greater potential for error, and you probably spend more time in the long run because you weren't totally focused on what you were doing. Instead, do one thing at a time.


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