Parenting Resources from Jean Tracy and KidsDiscuss.com
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80 Fun Activities to Play with Your Children & 101 Ways to Get Your Kids to Cooperate
Does it seem that life is far too demanding? Your children want to talk but the repairman's here, the dog is sick, and your boss keeps calling about your long overdue report. Then there's laundry to do, dinner to fix, and no time to think.
If You're a Parent, You Can Have a Close-Knit Loving Family!
Is being together a rare event? Is your family running at the speed of light? Or are your members separated by TV, video games, and computers? Life can be so distracting.
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You Don't have to Be an Expert to Create a Loving Marriage!
Do you put your partner on hold? Do your kids, career, and chores get 99% of your time? It's not easy when modern life is so busy.
Now you can balance your life and make time for your partner. You'll find marriage tips, fresh ideas for no-cost dating, free articles, a marriage e-Book, and a Free marriage e-Course right here. Sign up for our Free Newsletter. Find out how to stay close and get the love you need.
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