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Etiquette Training for Children, Teenagers and Young Adults Etiquette Training Classes are provided to children, ages 6-12, and teenagers, ages 13-18.

Proper manners and life social skills are taught in a fun, kind, and creative environment that includes active participation, role playing and games. Customized classes are available for workshop series, seminars, private one on one tutorials, nonprofits associations, youth based community centers, and after school programs. Key topics like "Table Manners." " Meet and Greet Essentials," "Proper At

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This is the No. 1 way to raise a resilient kid, new study says — CNBC 09/04/2023

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Dear Therapist: I’m Worried the College-Admissions Process Is Rigged Against My Son 04/18/2023

The attached link has excellent and timely advice on how parents can help their children understand the importance of resilience -- recognizing they will not always win the top role in the school play, the highest academic award, or admittance to their top choice for college.

We must show our children starting early in life, how to deal with disappointments and recognize that it's not simply a rigged system that targets their child personally. Parents require a more significant and multilayer response as we guide and support our children through their lives.

Dear Therapist: I’m Worried the College-Admissions Process Is Rigged Against My Son He has grades and test scores that I think should qualify him for the Ivy League—but he’s also white and upper-middle-class.

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