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Topic: Parenting

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    Chapter 14: The Impact of Parental Views of the Nature of Humankind upon Child-Rearing Attitudes

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    Lawrence O. Clayton, “The Impact of Parental Views of the Nature of Humankind upon Child-Rearing ... of Parental Views of the Nature of Humankind upon Child-Rearing Attitudes Lawrence O. Clayton Lawrence O. ... of self is simply a product of the way in which his parents perceive him. Dreikurs reported similar ...

    From The Religion and Family Connection: Social Science Perspectives

    Eli and His Sons: Some Lessons for Parents

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    Frank F. Judd Jr., “Eli and His Sons: Some Lessons for Parents,” Religious Educator 2, no. 2 (2001): 47–51.   Eli and His Sons: Some Lessons for Parents Frank F. ... be for our profit and learning” (1 Nephi 19:23). Numerous stories in the scriptures illustrate how parents ...

    From Volume 2, No. 2, 2001 of The Religious Educator

    Obadiah's Vision of Saviors on Mount Zion

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    the accusation against Esau, who had lived with his pious parents without following their example, while Obadiah, ... My Parents Married on a Dare by Carlfred Broderick. I thumbed through the book, and my eyes stopped ... parenting they received.... It gives meaning to the sacrifice and recognition to the courage of those who ...

    From Sperry Symposium Classics: The Old Testament

    Guiding College Students to Success

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    for the parent as it is for the student. Parents can best support their children through college as they listen ... (donandannpearson@gmail.com) are the parents of six children and live in Glendale, California. [1] When our children entered ... They were surprised that the parents of most of their roommates and friends seemed to be uninvolved ...

    From RE 11, no. 2 (2010) of The Religious Educator

    18. Religiosity and Delinquency among LDS Adolescents

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    with family characteristics such as family structure, family religiosity, and the bonds between parents and children. Rhodes and Reiss (1970) have tested the notion that parents’ religiosity is important ... systems and matched them to juvenile court records. It was discovered that parental participation ...

    From Latter-day Saint Social Life: Social Research on the LDS Church and its Members

    Transplanted

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    Nephi 22:25). Transplanted Benoy Tamang Benoy Tamang, a son of Nepalese parents, was reared in a home ... are the parents of four children and live in Alpine, Utah, where he works for a computer software firm. It’s ... to marry a Caucasian at a ridiculously young age, to marry in a temple that my parents could not enter ...

    Teachings about the Family

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    of the Family of God. According to the LDS concept of the family, every person is a child of heavenly parents as well as mortal parents. Each individual was created spiritually and physically in the image of God ... to develop their eternal gifts, yet as coequals in the sight of their heavenly parents they are one ...

    From A Latter-day Saint Compass

    10. Mental Health

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    to a parent’s stress and subsequent depression. We also added whether or not the person had been married ... Children of divorced parents or children who grow up without both parents in the home are more at risk for adult depression (Amato, 1991; Ross, 2000). In addition, parenting practices such as connection, ...

    From Shield of Faith

    Helping Children to Be Lifelong Learners

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    to Be Lifelong Learners Don and Ann Pearson Don and Ann Pearson are the parents of six children and live ... of the Religious Educator, we have attempted to share some of what we have learned as parents and to outline some ... together. One of the greatest joys of being a parent is doing things with your children. We felt that time ...

    From RE 7, no. 2 (2006) of The Religious Educator

    Family Life

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    size for Latter-day Saints is associated with beliefs of LDS parents regarding the value of having ... their highest divine potential.             Parental Beliefs and Family Behavior. Family commitment is deemed ... for management of the home and the nurturing of the children. Thomas (1988) studied a sample of LDS parents ...

    From A Latter-day Saint Compass

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