Families and ...


Respect

Anger

Stress

Managing Time

Values

Responsiblity

School

Discipline

The Teen Years

Gangs

Drugs

Diversity

Learning

Families and . . .

Respect
When respect starts in the family with kindness, understanding and reaching out by listening, it really becomes a positive habit.

Anger
Anger is a signal that something is going on that we need to take care of now. It's a cue to put us into action.

Stress
We all have stress. It is with us throughout our lives. Find out strategies for turning stress into an advantage.

Managing Time
Learning how to budget your time is important in all aspects of life, especially in a family.

Values
The most important way for you to instill values is to be a positive role model by practicing what you teach.

Responsibility
We teach responsibility by setting a good example, establishing guidelines, and giving children tasks for them to accomplish.

Schools
School can be a source of stress for many families, so it is important for you and your children to prepare for school.

Discipline
Discipline is about teaching your children, not punishing them. It's one of the most important, not to mention the hardest, jobs of a parent.

The Teen Years
The most important lesson teenagers need to learn is to identify who they are in this big world and where they fit in.

Gangs
It is human nature for people to gather in groups. But when these groups become known as gangs, we begin to panic.

Drugs
What can parents do to help insure that their kids will be drug-free? The formula may be as simple as Stop, Look, Listen and Talk.

Cultural Diversity
By learning and understanding similarities and differences in the various cultures that exist in the United States, we can make better decisions affecting the families in our communities.

Maximizing Learning
Although families have different ways of resolving conflicts, some families are able to turn the conflict into a learning opportunity.

 

 
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