Harry H. Harrison, Jr.

20 Things teachers don’t need to know about your kids

August 22, 2017

As moms are busy getting their kids ready for the school year, some might even make a list of all the things every teacher should […]

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7 Important reasons to eat dinner as a family

February 6, 2015

Every new parent is told over and over again to eat dinner together as a family, but rarely do parents understand the importance of this […]

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13 Ways to help your kids cope with divorce

August 25, 2014

Fifty-percent of all marriages end in failure. That’s 50% of evangelical marriages, 50% of secular marriages, 50% of Jewish marriages, 50% of gay marriages – […]

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To raise a disciplined child, be a disciplined parent

May 22, 2014

A life devoid of discipline is a life of chaos. But many of us are afraid of using the word “discipline,” because we think it […]

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10 Ways to teach your children about internal discipline

April 24, 2014

Pity the parent of an undisciplined child. Their life is chaos. They never know when the eruption may come – in the middle of a […]

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5 Issues parents worry about that don’t matter

June 12, 2013

I sometimes think when an obstetric nurse hands the rapturous parents their beautiful newborn child, another nurse should be sticking a twenty-year prescription for Xanax […]

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10 Questions to help you determine if your child is ready for college

February 19, 2013

Spring is the time of year when high school juniors learn about different colleges and high school seniors receive their acceptance letters. Some high school […]

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The day after Christmas: 5 ways to handle the biggest downer of the year

December 20, 2012

The presents are opened. The living room is a wreck. The new trike is on its side in the hall. The tree dropped pine needles […]

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