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Harriet Heath in Friends Journal

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The Quaker Parenting Project: A Report

Quakerism holds a promise and a challenge for parents. The promise is that there is a way of living with [鈥

Harriet Heath, a member of Radnor (Pa.) Meeting, is a psychologist and a member of Friends Counseling Service who works entirely with parents and their children. She authored a First-day school curriculum for middle school students, Learning How to Care for the Meeting's Children; a Pendle Hill pamphlet, Answering that of God in Our Children; and a book, Using Your Values to Raise Your Child to Be an Adult You Admire. She is the clerk of the Quaker Parenting Project, which has been sponsored by Friends Institute and operates under the umbrella of Care and Counsel for Meetings and Members and the Religious Education Committee of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting.

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Holding Our Children in the Light

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Grandparenting: Defining Our Role

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The Holidays and Togetherness

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William Penn, George Fox, and Violent Play: Lessons for Quaker Parents?

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Special Moments

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Listening

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Children in Our Meetings: Continuing the Dialogue

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Importance of Dialogue

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On 鈥楬ealing Gender Hurts鈥

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