From Alarming To Charming!

In the not-too-distant past, the daily family dinner served the dual purpose of feeding and connecting with the family. It was also an important teaching moment — the time and place where moms and dads modeled and taught basic social skills (how to eat, how to hold a conversation, how to listen, etc.) to their children. Today, many of our family conversations are sabotaged by the technology we’ve all come to rely on — television, cell phones, and computers — …


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