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10 Common Misconceptions About Suicide

by: DUSTIN KOSKI with ListVerse taken from ListVerse.com Suicide is on the rise around the world. Europe, Australia, China, and the US are all experiencing increasing suicide rates. It’s a growing problem for society and will be more and more likely to affect your life directly—if it hasn’t already. If you are reading this because you have contemplated or are contemplating suicide, or if someone …

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52 Character Building Thoughts for Children

By Leah Davies, M.Ed. The following quotes may be used in a variety of ways by both teachers and counselors. One idea is for a thought to be posted, read, and discussed at the beginning of each week. It could then be read daily with the students. At the end of the week ask them what they learned or how …

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100 Free Summer Activities for Kids, Adults and Everyone In Between

by: NICOLE DIEKER,with The Penny Hoarder at www.thepennyhoarder.com Aileen Perilla/ The Penny Hoarder Are you still looking for that great summer experience? We’ve got 100 ideas to help you make the most of your summer – and best of all, they’re all free. Yes, this means 100 free summer activities for kids, parents, friends and more. From camping to coding, use …

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15 Ideas Behind Educating Children of Prisoners

By Leah Davies, M.Ed. It is estimated that 1.5 million children in the United States have a parent in jail or prison and this number increases each year. These children are less likely to succeed in school and more likely to be involved in substance abuse and delinquent behaviors. A worthwhile goal for educators, as well as judges, lawmakers, corrections …

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12 Ways to Save Money and Add $5K to Your Bank Account This Year

Written by The Penny Hoarder on www.thepennyhoarder.com How much money would you like to have saved for the holidays? Or your next vacation? Or your emergency fund? Whatever your goal, the number probably seems overwhelming. Trying to figure out where several hundred or a few thousand dollars might come from is tough. Instead, break it down. Find ways to set …

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Aggressive Girls

By Leah Davies, M.Ed., www.kellybear.com Given to SproutVine.com with permission. Aggression or bullying can be defined as any action that inflicts physical or mental harm upon another person. Girls usually differ from boys in the type of aggressive behavior they exhibit. While boys tend to inflict bodily pain, girls most often, though not exclusively, engage in covert or relational aggression. …

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New Google Search Tool Helps College-Bound Students Compare Options

by: GRACE SCHWEIZER, Grace Schweizer is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder.  I may have made a mistake when I chose my college. OK, so it’s not as dramatic as it sounds — I actually am glad I took the path I took in life. Still, had I actually looked into other schools rather than settling so quickly on the one I …

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23 Fresh & Fabulous Spring and Summer Outfits for Moms

by: Jenny Silverstone Jenny is just another Mom trying to do her Best. She loves organizing things into lists and helping others find what they are looking for. When she’s not using her powers to find her kids missing socks, you can find her giving actionable parenting advice & buyers guides at MomLovesBest.com   23 Fresh & Fabulous Spring and …

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Importance of Elementary School Teachers

Elementary Education The Importance of Elementary Education Teachers One of the most popular teaching careers is working as an elementary education teacher. It is also one of the most important teaching positions. An elementary teacher has the potential to positively influence both the children and parents they work with every day. What Does an Elementary Education Teacher Do? Elementary education …

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The 10 Best Dogs for Kids and Families

The Most Popular Family-Friendly Dogs While Lassie and Lady and the Tramp are fun to watch, they’re probably not the best way to choose the family dog. You can choose good family dogs based on three major factors: Temperament – This is the dog’s personality. You should be looking for an agreeable temperament. For instance, a calmer dog has the ability to form strong …

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