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Teenagers are irresistibly drawn to explore the unknown, which can get them into trouble. But don’t stamp out your teen’s curious streak — there’s a bright side.
Print this illustrated guide to helping kids resolve hurt feelings.
Genuine apologies facilitate forgiveness and reconciliation. But you can’t force them. Here’s how to teach kids to say "I'm sorry" — and mean it.
Peacemakers, poets, and researchers agree: forgiveness heals hurts and is good for the forgiver.
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