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9 books you should have read in high school that are totally worth reading now. If you didn't read these in high school, don't worry: you'll enjoy them more as an adult anyway.

9 books you should have read in high school that are totally worth reading now.

There's a couple on here I haven't read yet. 9 books you should have read in high school that are totally worth reading now. If you didn't read these in high school, don't worry: you'll enjoy them more as an adult anyway.

Remember these books from high school? Read them again! Some you might not have read

10 Books From High School You Must Read Again

I've read three of these. Gonna have to add the other seven to my to-read list

IF YOU HAVE A LITTLE GIRL: On my 16th bday, my dad gave me a half heart necklace and kept half of it. My half was attached to my bouquet on my wedding day. At the reception, he surprised us by giving his half to Chris. He literally passed down the responsibility of holding on to my heart. (Tucking this away for our girl. I love this idea...) - Click image to find more Kids Pinterest pins

"On my bday, my dad gave me a half heart necklace and kept half of it. My half was attached to my bouquet on my wedding day. At the reception, he surprised us by giving his half to Chris. He literally passed down the responsibility of holding my heart"!

The Newbie's Guide to Positive Parenting: Second Edition ...

The Newbie's Guide to Positive Parenting Second Edition by [Eanes, Rebecca]

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Nine Steps to More Effective Parenting

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How to stop yourself from doing something you regret in a moment of anger by Andy Smithson

how to discipline your child without punishment - positive parenting solutions for parents of toddlers

How To Discipline Your Child - Positive Parenting Solutions--Often, we equate the term “discipline” with punishment. But the word “discipline” comes from the Latin word “disciplina,” which means “teaching, learning.

The number one reason why parents yell. Plus, the 2-minute strategy that can help you stop yelling immediately.

The Real Reason Why Parents Yell at Their Kids (And How to Stop)

The number one reason why parents yell. Plus, the strategy that can help you stop yelling immediately. When your parenting frustration hits level 15 on a scale that only goes to level you feel powerless.

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