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  • Assertiveness for Teens

    ... others; having role models for assertiveness; knowing their ideas were
    welcomed or assertiveness rewarded in the past. ...

  • Social Phobia for Teens

    ... Behaviors learned from role models (especially parents). A person's
    naturally shy temperament can be influenced by what ...

  • Healthy Eating for Parents

    ... Also, family meals are a chance for parents to introduce kids to new
    foods and to be role models for healthy eating. Teens ...

  • Sibling Rivalry for Parents

    ... Other kids may pick up on this disparity and act out to get attention or out of
    fear of what's happening to the other child. Role models. ...

  • Snacks for Parents

    ... School-age kids are capable of understanding why it's important to eat healthy,
    but more than ever they look to the people they love as role models. ...

  • Nine Steps to More Effective Parenting for Parents

    ... in a year or two. Teens tend to look less to their parents and more
    to their peers for role models. But continue to provide ...

  • Motivating Kids to Be Active for Parents

    ... Reasons include increasing demands of school, a feeling among some kids
    that they aren't good at sports, a lack of active role models, and busy ...

  • Dealing With Anger for Teens

    ... control. And part of it may be your role models: Maybe you've seen other
    people in your family blow a fuse when they're mad. ...

  • How Can Families Be Healthier? for Parents

    ... coach — and that's you! Lead by example. Adult family members are
    important role models for healthy eating and exercise. ...

  • Peer Pressure for Teens

    ... Peers who are kind and loyal influence you to build these qualities in yourself.
    Even peers you've never met can be role models! ...

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