Archive for November, 2012

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Announcing “Ruby’s Studio: The Friendship Show”!

We are thrilled to announce the release of our newest video for children, “Ruby’s Studio: The Friendship Show.” Join Ruby in her magical art studio to learn about empathy, conflict resolution, The Golden Rule, and how to make and nurture lasting friendships. Read on to see a trailer for the show!

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“The Friendship Show” Premiere!

Please join us Sunday, December 16th for the World Premiere of “Ruby’s Studio: The Friendship Show.” A fun, free celebration for the whole family! Hope to see you there.

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Disciplining Other People’s Children

The holidays are here, which means families and friends will gather, and little kids will misbehave. What will you do when another parent’s child flagrantly misbehaves in front of you? Should you say something or bite your tongue? Michele Borba, Ed.D., has some tips to keep the peace during the holidays, and every day.

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Staying Married With Children

Having a healthy, loving relationship with your spouse can be challenging once you become parents. Dr. Pamela Varady shares tips on how to keep the flame alive and strengthen your family in the process.

The Orange County Register

The Orange County Register spotlights the Little Book About Feelings app calling it a “digital …

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Orange County Register

The Orange County Register spotlights the Little Book About Feelings app

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Learning to Fight Fair

For kids, resolving conflicts can be a tough social process that not only requires expressing their own feelings, but deploying empathy and a means for compromise. Dr. Heather Turgeon shares some valuable tools for helping our kids deal with confrontation.

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Empowering the Younger Sibling

Younger brothers and sisters can feel so small and incompetent around their older siblings who seem magically powerful with their endless capabilities. Dr. Laura Markham shares some tips to help our younger children accept who they are right now.