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5 Simple Ways To Age Gracefully

Everyone ages no matter how many products and programs are intended specifically to slow the aging process. It’s a natural part of life to age. The key to aging is to make yourself feel as good as possible through the years of the aging process. Of course, it’s easier to start as early as…

How to Easily Order Your Favorite British Brands from the United Kingdom

If you have visited the United Kingdom as much as we have you already know that there are products and brands that you love there that you simply cannot buy in the United States no matter how hard you look. What’s a mom to do when she wants British…

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Denny hagel's Blog – February 2010 Archive (2)

Raising Kids...Relate vs. Dictate

If you want to alienate your kids, create an atmosphere that says “I am the boss and you will obey!” On the other hand, if you want a relationship with your kids, create an atmosphere that says “I am here to help you!”



Communicating with your child is what will determine the type of relationship you will share. On going communication is what will allow the relationship to deepen and strengthen.



Parents are often so busy they forget the need to consciously cultivate a… Continue

Added by denny hagel on February 15, 2010 at 2:25pm — No Comments

The Missing Secret to Parenting



Parenting guides, parenting classes, and parenting coaches continue to flood the market at an amazing rate as a result of the time tested theory of supply and demand. There is a huge demand so the supply becomes greater and greater. Today's parents are aware of the difficult times our children face and are concerned. For the most part, the information on the market all have something of value to offer. Some offer methods while others focus on a specific area to address.



The… Continue

Added by denny hagel on February 11, 2010 at 3:04pm — No Comments

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