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Childhood Self-Control Is a Predictor of Adult Success, Study Shows

Teaching your child self-control now can mean a healthier future. Credit: Getty
Grating as they may be, most of us are inclined to brush off our preschoolers' tantrums as inconsequential, knowing they'll grow out of it one day.
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A study finds kids who had poor self-control were more likely to have problems as adults.

Is Your Kid a Sore Loser?

Recently, a mom at her wit's end wrote a letter to Dear Abby: What should I do, the mother worried, with a sore loser? It seems that her 10-year-old son, "Harry," ends up in tears if he doesn't always win -- and has no problem with cheating, if it...

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