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Overreaction

Wednesday, July 14th, 2010 | 0 Comments
It happens all the time. You overreact to something your child says. Or your child overreacts to something you say. Check out Carl Pickhardt’s post exploring five common types of overreaction for some insight into what’s behind these outbursts. read more »

Negotiating Rules with Your Tweens & Teens on Steve & Chris

Friday, April 2nd, 2010 | 0 Comments
Jennifer Kolari recently spoke about Tweens & Teens on the Steve & Chris Show. Find out what Jennifer had to say about lying, cleaning up your room, going out with friends and more by clicking on episode 175 and scrolling to 20:32! read more »

Jennifer Kolari Discusses Having a Good Relationship With Tweens and Teens

Saturday, January 9th, 2010 | 0 Comments
This week at Kolari’s Corner on InfoMommy, Jennifer Kolari answers a reader’s question about how to deal with a tween who is increasingly hostile. Jennifer explains that teenagers’ brains are still maturing and they may have trouble keeping perspective. She advises parents not read more »

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