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Do Your Teens Think You’re Perfect?

By Dr. Patricia Nan Anderson
Published February 26, 2014
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In actuality, of course, we want our kids to be better than we were. We’re terrified they will make our own dumb mistakes.

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Excuses, Excuses: Do You Enable Your Kids’ Bad Behavior?

By Dr. Patricia Nan Anderson
Published January 28, 2014
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Children understand what we really expect of them and what the real rules are by what behavior we encourage, condone and overlook.

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Does Your Child Cheat? Should You Care?

By Dr. Patricia Nan Anderson
Published December 31, 2013
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According to ETS, while in the past cheaters were assumed to be failing students desperate to raise a grade, these days cheaters are as likely to be top students anxious to out-perform everyone else.

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When to Say “No” and When to Say “Okay”

By Dr. Patricia Nan Anderson
Published December 31, 2013
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One of the most difficult parts of being a parent is letting go. Our role is to guide children carefully, giving them the skills and good judgment to handle what’s coming, and then step back and let them go at it.

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perfect
 ARTICLE

Do Your Teens Think You’re Perfect?

By Dr. Patricia Nan Anderson
Published February 26, 2014
Tags: , , ,

In actuality, of course, we want our kids to be better than we were. We’re terrified they will make our own dumb mistakes.

Read more >
bad-parent
 ARTICLE

Excuses, Excuses: Do You Enable Your Kids’ Bad Behavior?

By Dr. Patricia Nan Anderson
Published January 28, 2014
Tags: , , , , , ,

Children understand what we really expect of them and what the real rules are by what behavior we encourage, condone and overlook.

Read more >
cheating
 ARTICLE

Does Your Child Cheat? Should You Care?

By Dr. Patricia Nan Anderson
Published December 31, 2013
Tags: , , , ,

According to ETS, while in the past cheaters were assumed to be failing students desperate to raise a grade, these days cheaters are as likely to be top students anxious to out-perform everyone else.

Read more >
when-to-say-no
 ARTICLE

When to Say “No” and When to Say “Okay”

By Dr. Patricia Nan Anderson
Published December 31, 2013
Tags: , , ,

One of the most difficult parts of being a parent is letting go. Our role is to guide children carefully, giving them the skills and good judgment to handle what’s coming, and then step back and let them go at it.

Read more >
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 VIDEO

Siblings fighting: How much is too much?

Published October 9, 2013
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Dr. Patricia Nan Anderson and Parenting Coach Katie Malinski LCSW discuss with Kate Raidt the difference between normal sibling squabbles – and when sibling fighting or rivalry has gone too far.

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ADHD: The difference between an energetic child and one with a true “disorder”.

Published August 13, 2013
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Pediatrician Jennifer Helmcamp discusses the difference between an energetic, slightly hyperactive child and a child with a true disorder such as ADHD.

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Reading behavioral signs in kids

Published December 23, 2012
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Parenting Coach Katie Malinski LCSW coaches the parents of an 8-year old boy on how to read behavioral signs and help eliminate misbehavior and tantrums.

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How mass media is affecting your child

Published November 10, 2012
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Do your kids regularly play video games, watch TV, use the internet, iPod or cell phone? Parenting Coach Katie Malinski LCSW discusses how mass media can tremendously affect your child’s behavior.

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