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Edicts to Last a Lifetime


By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | July 1, 2015 As parents, we tend to sometimes feel that it’s useless to keep reminding children to do things that will keep them happy, safe and well. “Wash your hands before you eat.” “Don’t … Continue reading

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Homework Approach For Parents


By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | April 23, 2014 “My children were such fun – until homework entered the picture.” ~ Anonymous Parent Homework is necessary to reinforce what kids learn during the day, according to educators, but it can drive … Continue reading

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Choices Give Kids Power


“When you take a parent’s old discipline tools away, you need to replace them with new tools.” By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | October 2, 2013 I made that comment during a TV interview many years ago for a documentary about … Continue reading

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