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Teen Club Hosts Seminar for Parents on Using Positive Psychology at Home

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Posted: Thursday, June 13, 2019 12:00 am

Children are usually on the receiving end of instruction and education from adults. But from time to time, it is beneficial for parents to get some education on parenting. That’s why on April 13, a group of teenagers organized a seminar to educate parents on using positive psychology to help their kids.

These teenagers are members of Global Leadership Initiatives for Youth (GLIFY), a non-profit organization made up of high schoolers and middle schoolers in the Tri-Valley area.

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