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Ten Things for Which You As A Parent Will Never Be Sorry. 1. For doing your level best even when discouraged. 2. For hearing before judging in family quarrels. 3. For thinking before speaking when emotionally upset. 4. For harboring unkind thoughts of a talebearer. 5. For being generous to an enemy, perhaps the next door neighbor. 6. For stopping your ears to gossip over the fence. 7. For standing by your principles in dealing with your teen-agers. 8. For asking pardon, when in error, even of your child. 9. For being square in business dealings with the newsboy. 10. For accepting the stewardship of “another” child. From Encounter which is published monthly by the National Research Bureau, Inc. 424 North Third Street, Burlington, Iowa 52601. It is subtitled, The Challenging World of Youth And along the same line as this, also in Encounter (May ’82), was this: Twenty-eight percent of run-away children in America have actually been forced out of their…

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