How do we build strong families in a world that threatens to tear the very fabric of the family apart? This guide provides parents with a 3-step program to improve family communication and give children a sense of consistency and security. These simple steps are: a family legal system, a family economy, and family traditions. The plan allows parents significant opportunities to praise and reward their children, while promoting open communication. Linda and Richard Eyre, authors of the No. 1 national best seller Teaching Your Children Values, have 9 children of their own.
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One of the greatest gifts you can give your children is a strong sense of personal values. Helping your children develop such values as honesty, trustworthiness, and self-discipline is as important in their education as teaching them to cross the street safely. The values you teach your children are their best protection from the influences of peer pressure and the temptations of consumer culture.
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In the third revealing interview in the series 30 Minutes with..., Matthew Stadlen talks to Sir Richard Eyre, the British theatre, opera, film, and television director about life at the helm, the skills of his trade and his time running the National Theatre. Sir Richard also speaks candidly about his relationship with his father, his mother's Alzheimer's, and his own experience of depression. Sir Richard is one of the leading directors of his generation and has worked with Dame Judi Dench, Sir Ian McKellen, and Liam Neeson among many others.
Sir Richard Eyre was the artistic director of the Royal National Theatre in London from 1988 to 1997. He produced more than a hundred plays, including Guys & Dolls, Futurists, The Invention of Love, Richard III, and King Lear, and won numerous awards for his work. Several of his London productions also had Broadway runs, including Skylight, The Crucible, Vincent in Brixton, and Amy's View.