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A Purposeful Father: My Dad's Time by Logan B. Reid

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I always knew I had a great dad; I was cognizant of that from an early age. My confidence in that knowledge grew as I got older, and my friends started making comments about it. So, I always knew I had a great dad, but I didn’t understand the science behind what made him so good. All I knew is that he cared about me. And I knew he cared about me because he spent his free time with me, …all of it. I mean, all of his free time. He was a very busy guy, with many jobs and responsibilities, but every second he wasn’t working he was with me.

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Get the Parenting Advice You've Been Looking For

Don't miss First Lady Jeanette Herbert at the 2017 Uplift Families Parenting Conference!

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Nicholeen Peck: Why Today's Kids are Entitled

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Dan Clark: Motivating Our Children

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Kimberly Giles visits KUTV's Fresh Living

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Disagreeing Appropriately by Nicholeen Peck

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One of my followers once asked me this question: "My kids LOVE being able to disagree appropriately, but I don't want them to do it EVERY SINGLE TIME!  They are smart and have good reasons for wanting to do things a different way, and sometimes I am very happy to let them change our direction.  But I don't like taking the time, quite frankly, to listen to their opinion every single time I ask them to do something they don't want to do.  Suggestions?"

Don't miss Nicholeen Peck at the 2017 Uplift Families Parenting Conference!
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Nicholeen Peck visits KUTV's Fresh Living

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Helping an Anxious Child by Kim Giles

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We all worry about our children, but children with anxiety are a huge concern, and parents often feel helpless to help them. You should, of course, visit with your child’s doctor to rule out any medical conditions, but here are a few things you can try before resorting to medication. It is always worth trying to change your child’s fear-based thinking first.

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Dan Clark visits KUTV's Fresh Living

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Tips for Reading Success by Sarah Farr

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It’s well documented that there is a correlation between language impairment and reading delay. One study showed that 52% of children with language impairment also demonstrate reading delay (Tomblin, Zhang and Buckwalter; Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry). This means if your child is having difficulty decoding language orally there is a good chance he or she will have difficulty decoding written language.

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