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Go Ahead, Heap
Parents are told stickers and
trinkets for good behavior will
ruin their children—but the
research is wildly misunderstood.
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Giving Kids Rewards for Good Behavior Will Not Ruin Them
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Help! An Old Friend Killed Himself. Should I Reach Out to His Girlfriend?
Dear Prudence: The “Feelings Roulette” Edition
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