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The Divine Gift of GratitudeEconomic recession fears? Protect yourself. Is Democracy the Voice of God?Do Our Children have an Entitlement problem? Here's the cure.

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[Workshop 1.Dinner Talk.](http://epicworld.net/blog/?p=579) Prevent Drug Abuse:Daily family dinners help prevent drug abuse, improve health and family ties.

[Workshop 2. Parable Power. ](http://epicworld.net/blog/?p=582)Teaching moral values without preaching.

[Workshop 3.Teaching ideas:](http://epicworld.net/blog/?p=587) parenting styles and self esteem

[Workshop 4: Peer Pressure.](http://epicworld.net/blog/?p=592)Epic Heroes Lead, not follow, their peers  


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Studies show that strong parental example weakens negative peer influence. Your children crave loving interaction with you. The more they interact with positive adult role models, the more they will act like mature, responsible adults themselves, and the less they will be influenced by confused, unhappy peers. Treat them as you would like to be treated—-they will reciprocate the respect they feel from you, and flourish.

History—a treasury of epic stories, connects them with their heritage of liberty. Parables teach character education without preaching. Current events show the consequences of right and wrong choices.

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