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The more successes a child has, the better he feels about himself and his place in the world. When we teach our children to work, the whole family comes out a winner. The child feels greater self-esteem, independence and sense of belonging. The parents feel relieved of some of the workload, less manipulated and more successful is seeing their child develop life skills.

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Here is part one of 101 Ways to Get Your Kids to Help at Home.
Our families are sometimes like the outer edges of the artichoke-prickly, hard to move, and comfortable just where they are. The only way to get the leaves and family members to become malleable and motivated is through a warm environment and taking the time and effort to work with them one by one.
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