Tag Archives: parenting

Speaker encourages nonviolent parenting

Educational psychologist Diane Tillman offered nonviolent parenting skills last week to an audience of more than 100 in the Alice Peters Auditorium. The discussion centered on instilling peace and tolerance in children. Fresno State professor Dr. Sudarshan Kapoor, founder of ...

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No place for kids

Movie-going, child-toting parents lack common sense Imagine this: You are seated in a dimly lit movie theater with your best bud. A ruby red slushy chills in one hand and a never-ending bucket of salty, buttered popcorn rests in your ...

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Sins of the father

WALKING DOWN THE NARROW HALLWAYS gave me a claustrophobic panic and a feeling that life was being sucked from me slowly, departing in the form of innocence and naiveté.

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