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Teaching Kids to Adopt a Growth Mindset

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As the new year rolls around and we’re surrounded by talk of setting personal goals and resolutions, many of us may be seizing the opportunity to form new habits or explore new passions. Maybe you’ve always wanted to run a half-marathon, try making pottery, or learn a different language. Stepping out of your comfort zone to try something new can be incredibly rewarding, but when you’re just beginning to do something…

At maro, we help parents navigate tough growing-up conversations about mental health and puberty with their kids.

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