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Jean Tracy
I love sharing my counseling secrets from over 20 years as a child and family counselor.
Interests: family brunches, writing newsletters, designing parenting products, and gardening, babysitting grandchildren, public speaking club, reading club
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Building Your Daughter's Confidence Could your daughter be more confident in her abilities, speak up more, and feel good about being a leader? “Yes!” say authors Katty Kay and Claire Shipman in their book, The Confidence Code. Both women are... Continue reading
You are welcome, Dr. Sally. What wonderful ways to build early brain connections! It is my joy to read your book and see all the valuable ideas parents can use to have fun with their kids. You have given us a treasure.
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Preschool Games Make Brain Connections! Could your young children improve their brain connections? "Absolutely!" says our parenting skills expert, Dr. Sally Goldberg, author of Make Your Own Preschool Games.Today she'll share the importance of 5 senses. You'll see the list... Continue reading
Dr. Sally, Your wise insight about helping the child overcome fear itself in order to cure the problem, made me think. I like the idea of being a "fear detective."
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How You Can Help Your Child with Fears Are childhood fears a problem in your home? If so, read the signs, causes, and solutions from our parenting skills expert, Dr. Michele Borba, author of The Big Book of Parenting Solutions.... Continue reading
Hi Dr. Sally, Your comment, "Children are truly our 'disciples' to follow us with the same respect with which we lead them," is a parenting jewel. I also treasure your books, Baby and Toddler Learning Fun and Make Your Own Preschool Games. With authors like you, Carole, and Dr. Par, parents have a variety of parenting tools for raising loving, thoughtful, and respectful children. Warmly, Jean
Hi Dr. Par, Carole, you, and I agree that saying something once is the key. Repeating requests can be annoying and fruitless. Love your dog trainer's advise. What a great idea, one person can't argue alone. Makes sense.
Hi Carole, Your book does exactly what its title says, it makes parenting Easier Parenting. Thank you for your wisdom.
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You Can Discipline Kids with Respect Disciplining respectfully is a challenge for parents. Our parenting skills expert, Carole Disseldorp, will share 7 tips from her book, Easier Parenting. First she'll share how disrespectful parents turn kids off. Then she'll share... Continue reading
Daily tips from you, Dr. Sally, must be good. I hope parents do go to: www.earlychildhoodnews.net/parenting-tips Just copy and paste into it into their browsers.
I thoroughly enjoyed Baby and Toddler Fun. I admire Dr. Sally's wise wealth of knowledge and how understandable she makes her philosophy and activities. I am also amazed at the work she put into her book and hope parents everywhere use it with their youngsters. Thanks, Dr. Sally Goldberg!
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Easy and Powerful Ways To Give Your Baby a Head Start If you want to ensure your baby or toddler gets a head start, you can. Our parenting skills expert, Dr. Sally Goldberg, wrote both Baby and Toddler Learning Fun... Continue reading
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Find Out Which Question Relieves Disappointment If your child feels the pain of disappointment and your advice isn't working, keep reading. Our parenting skills expert, Headmaster Rick Ackerly, who wrote The Genius In Every Child, will share typical situations that... Continue reading
Rosalind, you are such an expert on divorce! You help parents with your unique way of comforting children, assuring them of love, and the promise what kids need to hear most - continued parent involvement now and in the future. May your wise method spread to divorced parents everywhere. Jean
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Helping Your Child Deal with the Divorce If you're facing separation or divorce and need to tell your children, keep reading. Our parenting skills expert, Rosalind Sedacca, has created a child-centered way to let them know. She's designed a special... Continue reading
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Help Your Child Become an "I CAN" Person If your children need to say "I can," instead of "I can't," keep reading. Our parenting skills expert, Miriam Laundry, has written an impressive book entitled, I CAN Believe in Myself. Today,... Continue reading
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If you'd like to promote your baby's brain, you'll find 3 simple parenting activities here. Our parenting skills expert, Deborah McNelis, authors brain development packets for babies and children. They are loaded with ideas you can use. Today she'll share... Continue reading
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Great Parent Relate to Their Teenagers Are you the parent of a teenager? If so, you'll profit from the tips, tools and stories of our parenting skills author, Dr. Parnell Donahue. As a pediatrician he interviewed many teens in his... Continue reading
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If you’d like to increase your child’s vocabulary, check out these games from our parenting skills author, Carol Jossel. Carol is an expert learning specialist who’s written a parenting guidebook entitled, Other-Wise and School-Wise. It’s filled with wonderful ideas parents,... Continue reading
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Friends Make Me Happy! If you want to raise happy childen, teach them friendship skills. The good news is friendless youngsters can now learn exactly what to do. My new kindle book, Character Building Stories: Friendship Skills for Raising Happy... Continue reading
You're welcome, Charmaine. I remember reading that Toby was a bit wild when you first got him but with your training he became a pet therapy dog. His goodness helped so many. Thank you for giving us the added gift of sharing how he helped others. Jean www.KidsDiscuss.com
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Toby, the Pet Therapy Dog, Teaches Kids to Be Buddies Teaching your young child to be kind is easy when you read and discuss, Toby Says Be a Buddy Not a Bully. Charmaine Hammond, our parenting skills expert, wrote this... Continue reading
Thanks for your insightful comment, Dr. Par. You made a great comparison. I like how your questions bring out the best in kids. No wonder they like to confide in you. I also appreciate how you give us the tools we need to follow in your footsteps.
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Powerful Parents Teach Values Parents have power. Research proves it. Our parenting skills expert and author of Tools for Effective Parenting, Dr. Parnell Donahue, is here to share the research. He'll discuss the story of Luke, 3 studies, and how... Continue reading
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Reward Your Child's Cooperation with Fun Time Together Encouraging your child to cooperate is easy. Our parenting skills expert author of the book, Easier Parenting, is here to share 3 top ways and 10 non-material rewards. Carole Disseldorp, a parent... Continue reading