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How to Talk About Feelings with Young Grandchildren

It’s hard to teach young children about feelings because they’re so abstract. But children who understand their emotions and can express them are less likely to have temper tantrums or show aggression. A child who can say “That hurts my feelings” or I’m mad at you,” will be better equipped to resolve conflict peacefully instead of hitting or whining.

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The Extreme Danger of Entitlement

How can we do our own grandparent thing to help our entitled grandkids learn about the importance and satisfaction of things like work, saving, delayed gratification, and self-reliance? This article by Richard and Linda Eyre explains four ways to teach our grandchildren to earn and do for themselves.

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