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Barbara Coloroso is a famous Author from USA, she is 122 years old and still alive, born .


Barbara Coloroso is an internationally recognized parenting expert, speaker and consultant on parenting, teaching, positive school climate, nonviolent conflict resolution, and grieving. She has appeared on Oprah, CBS's The Early Show, and more, and she has been featured in The New York Times, Time, U.S. News & World Report, Newsweek, and elsewhere.

She is an expert in the field of bullying prevention, explains that the labels serve as descriptors of a childís behavior rather than permanently labeling the child.

Coloroso is author of four best-selling parental advice books:
  • Kids are worth it
  • Parenting Through Crisis, Helping Kids in Times of Loss, Grief, and Inner Discipline
  • The Bully, the Bullied, and the Bystander
  • Just Because itís not Wrong Doesnít Make It Right.

Her most recent book "Extraordinary Evil: Why Genocide Happens" was published in January, 2007.

Her uniquely effective parenting strategies were developed through her years of training in sociology, special education, philosophy, and theology (she is a former Franciscan nun), as well as field-tested through her experiences as a classroom teacher, university instructor, seminar leader, and mother of three grown children. Her classic books include Parentís Guide Award winners kids are worth it! and Parenting Through Crisis. She lives in Littleton, Colorado.

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"Given the choice, children who don't want for anything will not save... We have an obligation as parents to give our children what they need. What they want we can give them as a special gift, or they can save their money for it"
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"What is important for kids to learn is that no matter how much money they have, earn, win, or inherit, they need to know how to spend it, how to save it, and how to give it to others in need. This is what handling money is about, and this is why we give kids an allowance"
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"Our children are counting on us to provide two things: consistency and structure. Children need parents who say what they mean, mean what they say, and do what they say they are going to do"