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#1

It's a rainy summer day, and you have a headache — but your kid is bored indoors. What's your next move?

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  • Remind them that there’s no time to be bored — their summer schedule is packed!

  • Take them to the movies, and then get some ice cream, too!

  • Put out some crayons and paper, turn on some cartoons, and go take a much-needed nap.

  • Grab them by the hand, and go out together to dance in the rain!

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#2

Your teenager wants to go to a concert with their friends — most of whom you haven't met before — without parental supervision. How do you deal?

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  • Let them go — I trust their judgement.

  • Ask to meet the other teens first, so I can get a feel for what kind of people they are.

  • Let them go – but only if they agree that I’ll be joining them to supervise.

  • Let them know there’s absolutely no way THAT’S going to happen!

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#3

How did you feel on your kid's first day of school?

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  • Proud

  • Relieved

  • Confident

  • Worried

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#4

Uh oh, it's parent-teacher conference time, and your youngest got a B- in sixth grade history. You...

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  • Hire a tutor, and cut off access to the TV until their grades improve.

  • Wonder if perhaps the teacher isn’t making the subject interesting enough…

  • Encourage them to do a little better by offering some financial incentive: $50 for an A should do the trick.

  • I think a B- is just fine, especially when they’re only in the 6th grade!

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#5

What looks like a typical dinner for your family?

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#6

Where does your family vacation?

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  • At the beach

  • In the mountains

  • On a cruise

  • At an amusement park

  • In the woods

  • At home — we love a good staycation!

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