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Leading Your Child Through Emotional Milestones, Part 2

Teaching your son to articulate his feelings may be one of the best gifts you give him. Featuring David Thomas and Sissy Goff.

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Good parents aren’t perfect. And that’s okay. There’s no formula to follow, but there are ways you can grow every day. Focus on the Family’s 7 Traits of Effective Parenting Assessment gives parents an honest look at their unique strengths, plus some areas that could use a little help.

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