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A Gift that Lasts a Lifetime

As adults, we struggle each year with the materialism of the holidays and the need to convey the deeper meaning of Christmas, Thanksgiving, Chanukah, and other winter observances. We hope to inspire empathy, kindness, love, and charity in our children,

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5 Bad Mental Habits to Break Right Now

Everyone has bad days, but sometimes you can find those bad days piling up. You can also find yourself falling into bad habits that make everything harder to deal with, hold you back, and bring you down. If you feel

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Five Reasons Every Girl and Woman Should Learn Self-Defense

First, I will tell you that I am not here to sell you fear. Everyone who has a wife, a daughter, a sister, a mother, or even a dear female friend knows that women are disproportionately the victims of violence

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How to Bully-Proof Your Kid

Bullying has become an all too accepted fact of childhood. The way that we deal with bullying is changing, but not quickly enough to save the lives of some bullying victims. The hesitance of children to confide in adults is

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5 Reasons Why Martial Arts are Better for Kids than Team Sports

The benefits of sports for boys and girls are very well documented, but there’s debate of how good team sports are for children. I am the first to say that if a team sport is something your child is engaged

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5 Reasons Why I Keep Practicing Taekwondo

Taekwondo is popular with young adults and children, but I’d like to take the time to talk to the adults. A lot of you are looking at taekwondo as a good activity for your children, but seem to rule it

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What Is Good Sportsmanship?

Looking around, the world is more in need of good sportsmanship than ever before. The definition of sportsmanship has been buried by a culture of winning at all costs. This culture is not only about being poor losers, but poor

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