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The power of positive words

When your child doesn't live up to your expectations, TV's "America's Supernanny" Deborah Tillman says there's a way to lift them up to be their best selves.

The power of positive words

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At our #emotionalsmarts Google+ Hangout called Letting Kids Fail, these experts each offered advice that all parents can take to heart and try at home.

NBC's Michele Borba and former NBA pro Adonal Foyle's winning advice on helping your child do it all

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Fixed vs. growth mindset

World-renowned Stanford University psychologist Carol Dweck explains the core idea behind "Mindset," her breakthrough book on how to truly motivate kids.

Fixed vs. growth mindset

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Is it sibling rivalry or bullying?

"I hate you!" "You're an idiot!" "I wish you were never born!" Parenting expert Christine Carter says some sibling rivalry should be called what it is: bullying.

Is it sibling rivalry or bullying?

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My top tip for a happier home

Deborah Tillman says that in so many of the homes she visits throughout the country, parents overlook doing this one simple thing that will help avoid a world of conflict.

My top tip for a happier home

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Encouraging a frustrated child

Some children are more easily frustrated than others when the going gets tough. Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck explains how you can help.

Encouraging a frustrated child

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Saying "you're smart" can backfire

"We've almost been brainwashed to say, 'You're so smart,'" says Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck. The problem? This kind of praise can hold kids back.

Saying "you're smart" can backfire

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Kids need different motivations

Kids are more likely to stick with it and accomplish great things when they have multiple reasons to push themselves, says author Po Bronson.

Kids need different motivations

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Why hard work is critical for kids

All parents like to see their kids succeed, but it's even more important to make sure they're challenged, says Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck.

Why hard work is critical for kids

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What should you say when your children ask about their physical appearance? Parenting expert Christine Carter has a smart, thoughtful answer.

Christine Carter on "Do you think I'm beautiful?"

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Studies of kids around the world show a remarkable pattern in how girls and boys respond to competition in school. Here's how parents can help boys succeed.

Po Bronson: Teaching kids when to be competitive

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The best way to help your child face the future — and all the challenges ahead? Give kids real opportunities to build their coping skills, says psychologist Madeline Levine.

Helping your child develop coping skills

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A parents two tasks

The first comes naturally. The second? "It’s hard," admits psychologist Madeline Levine. Get her advice for how to handle this tough -- and essential -- parenting task.

A parents two tasks

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How to teach resilience

If you're too quick to jump in and comfort your children when they don't do well, you may miss the chance to teach an important life lesson.

How to teach resilience

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Why parents lose it with their kids

The reasons often have more to do with you than with your child, according to psychologist Madeline Levine. Learn why.

Why parents lose it with their kids

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