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Vicki Langemo 7 Tips to Stop your Child’s Meltdowns Learn simple tasks to help calm down your child when they are having a temper tantrum at: http://www.supportivetalk.com/7-tips-to-stop-your-childs-anger-meltdown/
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    Vicki Langemo Troublesome new trend by the social-media beast: Mom-shaming! Learn how to combat this recent competition at: http://supportivetalk.com/mom-shaming-the-pressure-to-be-picture-perfect/
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    Viviana Gurdian My favorite time of the year :)
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    Andrea Baue Scott Hi all, I just wanted to introduce myself, My name is Andrea and I am a photographer that is fairly new to the area!! I wanted to offer you all this opportunity to update your head shots or come in to the studio for a full day of fun, laughter and of course photographs! I look forward to getting to know you all! My website is www.andreabaue.com
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    Jean Chang Any musicians that are willing to help make my company come alive?
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    Vicki Langemo One of the key ingredients to having a Healthy Relationship with someone is developing Good Communications skills. Here are some basic tips to good Communication. #1 is staying respectful. This means no mean words like swearing, name-calling or nasty put downs. This only raises the other person’s defenses and instead of listening to what you are saying they begin to design their own argument. Use very specific words, details and examples. Instead of saying,” I will be home a little late” replace that sentence with a detailed conversation like, “I plan to be home around 8 or 8:30 PM and if it will be later than that, I will call”. Speak from your perspective….don’t assume what the other person is thinking or saying. Alternatively, tell the other person how you feel, think or see things. Finally, summarize what you heard the other person tell you. We often make assumptions or add context or meaning by hearing a certain tone of voice or noticing body language. By telling your partner what you heard, they can correct a misinterpretation or if you got the wrong idea. For help with your relationship communication, book a chat with Vicki at www.supportivetalk.com
  • Sep 19, 2016

    Chapter President

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    Kristin Davidson kristindvdsn@gmail.com

    About me

    Chapter Members (1311)

    Lisa Nankivil profile picture
    Streetside Press
    Judy Cutler profile picture
    U.S. Bank
    Rebecca Lahr profile picture
    Deva Concepts
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    Events

    Oct 12
    NAPW-MSP October Meeting
    Nov 09
    NAPW-MSP November Meeting
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    Leadership Team Info

    President: Kristin Davidson

    Vice President: Anita Hansen

    • E-Mail: anita@7cpco.com