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Stop the Violence Epidemic E3: Stop Violence Where It Begins

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Release Date: 02/19/2019

A Parent's Guide to Gender Identity E8: Mutual Respect Early Improves Relationships Later show art A Parent's Guide to Gender Identity E8: Mutual Respect Early Improves Relationships Later

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We are often allowing children to learn negative words and hostile reactions to the other gender. As a result, both boys and girls often carry these ideas and feelings into their relationships later on. Now is the time for greater emphasis on respect rather than pursuing equity or equality. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find answers for 21st-century parents and more about the podcast.

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It now appears that parents will need to prepare their 21st-century children to succeed with the other sex. In past generations, this seemed to be a foregone conclusion, that the forces of nature would motivate and make that possible, but divorce rates and declining rates of marriage suggest otherwise. In this episode, find out what is impacting our children negatively so you can adapt and help your children succeed in their relationships. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and answers for 21st-century parents.

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In this episode, learn how children form their inner core of knowledge about themselves, and learn about the family's role as a small community where children are influenced and how the social world around them can affect them. These experience areas will give you ideas about what you can do to promote healthy gender identities in your children. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and answers for 21st-century parents.

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In this episode, you can learn the process children go through developmentally to acquire their gender identity. Understanding this process will help you to also see how you can play a vital role in influencing your children's gender identity as male or female. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and answers for 21st-century parents.

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When children acquire self-knowledge, learn about free choice, develop awareness, and then participate fully in their families, five possibilities emerge. By understanding what is successful and not successful, you can be better equipped to do what is more effective with your children. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and tons of resources for families.

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Researchers have identified four experience domains that make up an individual's identity and shape how it develops. In each of these four areas, there are things you can do as a parent that can ensure that your children are healthy and successful. When you learn these methods, you can feel more confident as a parent. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and tons of resources for families.  

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Reviewing Erikson’s eight stages of identity can show us how identities develop over time. With this in mind, you can also learn what you can do to influence your children toward a healthy gender identity. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and tons of resources for families and relationships.

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The remarkable increase lately in gender-related problems tells us that we should be searching for a better way to help our children. This episode introduces a rationale for parents to learn more in order to promote healthy development in their children. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and tons of resources for families and relationships.

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The people most likely to get a divorce think the problems between them stem from some personality defect or inadequacy. Affairs, for example, are considered a defect. Those less likely to divorce understand that the cause of their marital problems has to do with inadequate transmission or communication. In this episode, learn positive and negative forms of communication so you change the negative, improve the positive, and perhaps avoid a divorce. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and tons of resources for families and relationships.  

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Instead of being numbered among the rising tide of those who get divorced, learn proven methods in this series of avoiding or solving serious relationship problems. In this episode, learn some of the principal causes of divorce and a few preliminary things couples can do to avoid them. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and tons of resources for families and relationships.

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Dr. Scoresby identifies four environments where violence tends to take place as a beginning step in developing an effective method of altering it. Knowing and changing what happens in these situations will be an essential part of any strategy we design to stop it. We must stop it where it is planted and where it grows.