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Haven’t we missed the manners window by the teen years?

The teen years are a challenging developmental period, It certainly doesn’t feel like it to them, but teen brains are not fully developed and won’t be until they hit the ages of twenty one or twenty two. Because of their lack of brain development, teens are often...

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Guidelines for Children Eating at School

Eating at school can be a little different than eating at home for your children. They don’t have you paying attention to their manners, and they don't have a lot of time to eat. They have to eat quickly and get on to the next task. According to the National Food...

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Teen’s Etiquette Program

Too often teens get a bad rap in our society. Because of the acts of a few, the whole group may be labeled as narcissistic, surly, headstrong, thoughtless and lacking in insight. A revolving door of teen idols like Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, and the cast of reality...

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9 Guidelines for Teens Using a Cell Phone

With cell phones, skype, email, instant messaging, social networking, and land lines; Teens have greater access to phones and are more fascinated than ever with technology. According to a nationwide survey of teenage cell phones users, cell phones have become almost...

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Nine Tips for Kids Using the Telephone

Parents learn quickly that telephones are like magnets to children. With multiple cell phones and landlines ringing, children have greater access to phone communication than ever before and are more fascinated than ever with their use.  Children need to be taught...

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Is your Graduate ready for the next step?

The school books are closing and a new chapter begins and many of your Graduates will be moving into the corporate arena. It is critically important for your graduates to learn about the power of personal image management, if they are serious about their future...

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Five Tips to Make Family Time Fun!

Family time is a necessity for those wishing to build happy and healthy families. Even the busiest parents can make time to observe their children, hug and kiss them, encourage them, and laugh. Family time is when children feel comfortable opening up to their parents;...

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