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Helping children become better problem solvers.

Air Date: 05/28/13 Learning to problem solve is like strengthening a muscle, it takes repetition and practice over a long period of time to gain strength. Many children today aren't being given the opportunities to practice they need because parents immediately rush to make decisions for their kids instead of acting as a supporting role to their children's decisions.Managing difficult emotions means experiencing them, something many parents don't enjoy watching. Researchers tell us children aren't learning the art of critical thinking the way they once were. It may be because children aren't getting the opportunity to practice. Hear more on how to show faith in your children and support them in these challenging times without interfering on this week's edition of Parenting with Cheryl Erwine.