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The Strength Of “Unity”-Today’s Black Pearls For Parents

Every weekday morning at 10am, I bring you a daily affirmation from Black Pearls for Parents the book by author Eric V. Copage. They are inspirational thoughts, practical advice, and pearls of wisdom specifically designed for African-American parents.

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“Preparation” For The Future-Today’s Black Pearls For Parents

Every weekday morning at 10am, I bring you a daily affirmation from Black Pearls for Parents the book by author Eric V. Copage. They are inspirational thoughts, practical advice, and pearls of wisdom specifically designed for African-American parents.

This morning’s entry was “Preparation”. On this day, take five minutes to focus on some aspect of your life and make sure that when tomorrow dawns, you will be prepared for it.

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Using The Art Of “Recognition”-Today’s Black Pearls For Parents

Every weekday morning at 10am, I bring you a daily affirmation from Black Pearls for Parents by author Eric V. Copage. They are inspirational thoughts, practical advice, and pearls of wisdom specifically designed for African-American parents. According to Copage each daily entry covers a topic that affects parents (and their children)—including Role Models, Friends, Procrastination, Affection, Priorities, Independence, Stress, Faith, and hundreds more. From the daily inspirations, author Eric V. Copage suggests meditations and specific actions that will provide guidance, comfort, and inspiration to African-American parents as they deal with the pressures and joys of raising children in today’s world.

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“Sharing” Goes A Long Way-Today’s Black Pearls For Parents

Every weekday morning at 10am, I bring you a daily affirmation from Black Pearls For Parents by author Eric V. Copage. They are inspirational thoughts, practical advice, and pearls of wisdom specifically designed for African-American parents. According to Copage each daily entry covers a topic that affects parents (and their children)—including Role Models, Friends, Procrastination, Affection, Priorities, Independence, Stress, Faith, and hundreds more. From the daily inspirations, author Eric V. Copage suggests meditations and specific actions that will provide guidance, comfort, and inspiration to African-American parents as they deal with the pressures and joys of raising children in today’s world.

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The Importance Of “Pacing”-Today’s Black Pearls For Parents

Every weekday morning at 10am, I bring you a daily affirmation to remind parents of some of the things that we may seldom forget about in our daily interaction with our children.

This morning’s entry was “Pacing”. On this day, take five minutes to consider whether you are pushing your child too hard or not hard enough in their school or other areas.

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Get Your “Relaxation”-Today’s Black Pearls For Parents

Every weekday morning at 10am, I bring you a daily affirmation to remind parents of some of the things that we may seldom forget about in our daily interaction with our children.

This morning’s entry was “Relaxation”. On this day, no matter how full this day is, take five minutes to be alone, take a deep breath, and relax.

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The Foundation Of “Self-Respect”-Today’s Black Pearls For Parents

Every weekday morning at 10am, I bring you a daily affirmation to remind parents of some of the things that we may seldom forget about in our daily interaction with our children.

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The Practice Of “Kindness”-Today’s Black Pearls For Parents

Every weekday morning at 10am, I bring you a daily affirmation to remind parents of some of the things that we may seldom forget about in our daily interaction with our children.

This morning’s entry was “Kindness”. On this day, take five minutes to remember that every child needs lots of smiles. It is the smile that makes the child feel good, loved, warm, secure, and, ultimately, interested in doing right. Pledge to bestow smiles upon your child generously.

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The Need To Restore “Black Pride”-Today’s Black Pearls For Parents

Every weekday morning at 10am, I bring you a daily affirmation to remind parents of some of the things that we may seldom forget about in our daily interaction with our children.

This morning’s entry was “Black Pride”. On this day, take five minutes to discuss with your child an item relating to black pride—kente cloth, Ptah, Imhotep, for instance, or a family photograph—and suggest that they let that object inspire them to excellence throughout the day.  

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Are You “Finding Good” In Your Child-Today’s Black Pearls For Parents

Every weekday morning at 10am, I bring you a daily affirmation to remind parents of some of the things that we may seldom forget about in our daily interaction with our children.

This morning’s entry was “Finding Good”. On this day, ask your child about five good things that happened to them, so that they might get in the habit of looking for good to happen to them.

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What Are The “Possibilities”?-Today’s Black Pearls For Parents

Every weekday morning at 10am, I bring you a daily affirmation to remind parents of some of the things that we may seldom forget about in our daily interaction with our children.

This morning’s entry was “Possibilities”. On this day, talk to your child about a dream of theirs; and put that dream and the steps to attain it on paper.

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The “Killing” Must End-Today’s Black Pearls For Parents

Every weekday morning at 10am, I bring you a daily affirmation to remind parents of some of the things that we may seldom forget about in our daily interaction with our children.

This morning’s entry was “Killing”. On this day, take five minutes to talk to your child about nonviolent ways of resolving conflicts.

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