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Adina Soclof

Adina Soclof, MS. CCC-SLP, is the Director of Parent Outreach for A+ Solutions, facilitating "How to Talk so Kids will Listen and Listen so Kids will Talk" workshops as well as workshops based on “Siblings Without Rivalry.” Adina also runs ParentingSimply.com and is available for speaking engagements. You can reach her and check out her website at www.parentingsimply.com.

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How to take charge and stop losing this battle.


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How parents can teach their kids to curb their drive to acquire and appreciate what they have.


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4 Steps to Stop Sibling Rivalry

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How to help your kids get along.


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A simple way to get through to your kids: empathy.


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