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Study indicates finding a positive parental balance is key

Jamie Hanlon EurekAlert Wondering why your toddler is acting up? University of Alberta researcher Christina Rinaldi says it may be time to take a look at your parental style—and your partner’s. Rinaldi’s study, which appears in Early Childhood Research Quarterly, … Continue reading

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How to Prevent Violent Criminal Behavior in the Next Generation

Stefan Molyneux Freedomain Radio By Jordan Riak http://nospank.net/vcb.htm, read by Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio. “The person whose closest caretakers used methods of infant care and child rearing that were gentle, patient and loving is not in prison. The … Continue reading

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Family Interactional Theory (FIT)

There is a significant acceptance for the psychological importance of self-esteem. Self-esteem is described as the “overall affective and cognitive self-appraisal of one’s own worth, value, and importance (Brook, Saar, & Brook, 2010, p. 2).  Family Interaction Theory (FIT) operates … Continue reading

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