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  • To protect our children and help them to become their best-selves, we must turn the notion of parent-child trust entirely on its head.

    Childhood Unbound

  • The farce over parent-child panic escalates when Gloria intrudes, thinking Claire has seen her critical e-mail about being the boss of the bake sale and completely misreading the situation.

    Matt's TV Week in Review

  • “Applies to thee but not to me” rule-setting is proper only in parent-child relationships.

    Matthew Yglesias » Constitutional Objections to Health Reform

  • Income levels account for about one-half of the parent-child wealth relationship.

    What Explains Inequality?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • As a baby, Sean and his Mom belonged to a parent-child play/support group.

    Sean

  • And 31% said their biggest communication obstacle is getting stuck in the parent-child roles of the past.

    'The Talk' With Mom and Dad

  • Seeing them deal with their own aging parents has made me realize a lot more about a parent-child relationship.

    Tick Tock that Biological Clock - Feministing

  • The most caring parent-child relationship on the show so far is between Tea and her father.

    'Skins': The Good, The Bad and the Truth

  • Also included in the site are lesson plans, professional development resources, and many other resources to help schools and families work together to help children learn such as a long list of read-aloud storybooks with family involvement themes, tools to help facilitate active shared reading and parent-child conversations and a list of related readings.

    NEW ON THE NET- January 2009

  • But taken together, the data on early parent-child interaction and the little we have gleaned about what goes into successful adult love suggest that developing a capacity for closeness in early life has a huge impact on the closeness you can find in your love life.

    Red Flags or Red Herrings?

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