Marianne E. Neifert quotes

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Never before has a generation of parents faced such awesome competition with the mass media for their children's attention. While ...
For most of us, the word family carries very personal and emotional connotations, but it is essential that we learn to view all of ...
The family is both the fundamental unit of society as well as the root of culture. It represents a child's initial source of uncon ...
How then do you love each of your multiple children, if not the best or even equally? The answer is, you love them uniquely.
Your children don't have equal talents now and they won't have equal opportunities later in life. You may be able to divide resour ...
Every milestone of a firstborn is scrutinized, photographed, recorded, replayed, and retold by doting parents to admiring relative ...
The truth is, most of our alleged superheroes make meals, make beds, make ends meet, make mistakes, make amends, make love, make u ...
Unfortunately, life may sometimes seem unfair to middle children, some of whom feel like an afterthought to a brilliant older sibl ...
Trying to love your children equally is a losing battle. Your children's scorecards will never match your own. No matter how metic ...
Most parents aren't even aware of how often they compare their children. . . . Comparisons carry the suggestion that specific cond ...
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