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In such a world, every child can grow into adulthood with a generous capacity for love and trust.
Creating a Peaceful World through Parenting
September 2016
 
New Counseling Package Now Available
You can now order a discounted set of Parenting Cards or Learning Cards with a one hour counseling session. Jan Hunt, M.Sc. offers fresh perspectives and creative win-win solutions. Parenting can be easy and joyful!
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Featured Article:
Back to School... or Not? by Jan Hunt
"It's fall, and everyone's thoughts turn to school.
Or do they? More and more families are discovering that learning doesn't have to mean boredom and misery; it can instead mean joyful discovery, just as it does for any child under so-called 'school age'..."
Special Offer: The Santa Story Revisited
Keep everything you love about Santa... without the deception! Through September 30, add a free copy of Arita Trahan's The Santa Story Revisited to any order of $15 or more.
Quote of the Month - September
"When you teach a child something, you take away forever his chance of discovering it for himself."
- Jean Piaget
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