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  • s  designed to promote a child's personal qualities rather than to provide training or information

  • The baby boomers, who helped divorce become mainstream, were the products of exactly the kind of marriages the anti-divorcers approve of--the child-centered unions of the l950s .
  • The addition of alcohol to your incredibly overscheduled, child-centered life wasn't going to suddenly make you a relaxed 'three-martini mom.
  • This child-centered season is only a small portion of that future.
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  • Charles Clarke in USA Today
    Why do they all seem to think they are qualified to do things far beyond their technical capabilities? This is to do with the learning culture in schools as a consequence of a child-centered system which admits no failure,Charles said....
  • Tim Kaine in
    We want to move to a system of care for at-risk children that is more child-centered, family-focused and community-based,Kaine said.
  • Robert Byrd in Salon
    Never in my wildest dreams did I foresee a day when marriage, an historically child-centered relationship, would become almost completely adult-centered, promoting and protecting the freedom of adults to indulge their desires, sometimes to the... Leah Ward Sears Atlanta Journal Constitution Aug 6, 2007 17247 24010 child I ran the Senate like a stern parent," Byrd wrote in his memoir, "Child of the Appalachian Coalfields."

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