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Each birth order position has its own unique set of characteristics and attributes. For instance, achievement and ambition is a common first born trait, while persistence and creativity is common among last borns. We all know exceptions to the above, however there is enough evidence to support these notions.

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Recent brain research has provided solid evidence that the developing teen brain and alcohol don’t mix. The younger that kids start drinking the greater the likelihood they are to be addicted to alcohol.

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Difficult kids are more likely to become anti-social or troubled adults according to a new report.

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One of the biggest threats to young people’s wellbeing is when parents feel they are powerless or ineffective.

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As adults we all want our children to live carefree lives and keep them from the pain and even horror of tragedies such as natural disasters. In reality we can’t do this.


So what is a parent, teacher, or other caring adult to do when the natural disasters fills the airwaves and the consciousness of society? Here are some ideas: