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Thriving Family

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, October 14, 2009 Under: Christian Print Magazine
If you would be interested in writing a brief PARENTING article, please send it to Sheila Seifert on the following topic:

Theme: Specific and Practical Things You Did As a Parent to Teach Interpersonal Competence
I am looking for a number of true, first-person stories that show one unique way you helped your child learn a relationship skill (how to interact well with friends, siblings, relatives, etc.). What you parented may have taught your child about loyalty (such as standing by friends during difficult times or standing up for a sibling), respect (such as honoring other peoples’ things, time, and persons), discernment (such as how to know if a friend is a true friend or is using you), honesty (such as not lying to siblings or friends to make yourself look better), sensitivity (such as learning how to realize that others have thoughts, feelings and opinions), grace (such as how to not point out the failings of others or rub their nose in the things they did that hurt you), boundaries (such as the scheduling of friend and no-friend times to learning not to bite), kindness or sharing.
Word Count: 30 to 250 words
Age Group: For parents of 0– to 12–year-olds (please include the age of each child mentioned)
Article type: A true-life, parenting experience
Rights: First nonexclusive rights
Payment: $50 on acceptance
Date Due: Monday, October 19, 2009
Subject Line of Your E-mail Should Read:
Attn: Sheila Seifert (M250–FNER–PB50–O19) Note: E-mails without this subject line will be considered only for a nonpaying readers’ column.
Directions: Please INSERT your single-spaced, parenting tip into an e-mail. Include your name and contact information. DO NOT attach it as a file. Attached files may not be read.
Acceptance or Rejection: The Thriving Family editors appreciate your articles. If it was not accepted by November 1, 2009, your article was not chosen for publication. We hope to work with you on a different article at a later time.
Submit it: If you received this e-mail from an editor, you may submit an article by replying to the e-mail. If you received this e-mail from a friend or saw it online, please send your articles to thrivingfamilysubmissions@family.org

Sincerely,
The Thriving Family Editors


In : Christian Print Magazine 



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Thriving Family

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, October 14, 2009 Under: Christian Print Magazine
If you would be interested in writing a brief PARENTING article, please send it to Sheila Seifert on the following topic:

Theme: Specific and Practical Things You Did As a Parent to Teach Interpersonal Competence
I am looking for a number of true, first-person stories that show one unique way you helped your child learn a relationship skill (how to interact well with friends, siblings, relatives, etc.). What you parented may have taught your child about loyalty (such as standing by friends during difficult times or standing up for a sibling), respect (such as honoring other peoples’ things, time, and persons), discernment (such as how to know if a friend is a true friend or is using you), honesty (such as not lying to siblings or friends to make yourself look better), sensitivity (such as learning how to realize that others have thoughts, feelings and opinions), grace (such as how to not point out the failings of others or rub their nose in the things they did that hurt you), boundaries (such as the scheduling of friend and no-friend times to learning not to bite), kindness or sharing.
Word Count: 30 to 250 words
Age Group: For parents of 0– to 12–year-olds (please include the age of each child mentioned)
Article type: A true-life, parenting experience
Rights: First nonexclusive rights
Payment: $50 on acceptance
Date Due: Monday, October 19, 2009
Subject Line of Your E-mail Should Read:
Attn: Sheila Seifert (M250–FNER–PB50–O19) Note: E-mails without this subject line will be considered only for a nonpaying readers’ column.
Directions: Please INSERT your single-spaced, parenting tip into an e-mail. Include your name and contact information. DO NOT attach it as a file. Attached files may not be read.
Acceptance or Rejection: The Thriving Family editors appreciate your articles. If it was not accepted by November 1, 2009, your article was not chosen for publication. We hope to work with you on a different article at a later time.
Submit it: If you received this e-mail from an editor, you may submit an article by replying to the e-mail. If you received this e-mail from a friend or saw it online, please send your articles to thrivingfamilysubmissions@family.org

Sincerely,
The Thriving Family Editors


In : Christian Print Magazine 



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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.

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