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What Children Learn About Relationships from Parents - with Jennifer Acker

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In this episode, I'm visiting with Jennifer Acker with The Parenting Center. This show was taped on Valentines Day, and our discussion is about how parents model healthy relationships to their kids via their own relationships. The key components to healthy relationships are: respect, effective communication, and problem-solving techniques. 

Whether you are single, married, blissfully in love, or simply resigned to stay in your current relationship, your children are learning about relationships from YOU. What are you teaching them? Join us to hear more. 

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CONTACT INFO FOR TODAY’S GUEST:

Jennifer Acker, MS, Project Director

Empowering Families Project

The Parenting Center (http://www.theparentingcenter.org)

817-632-5528

JAcker@theparentingcenter.org

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