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 So where do we start?
 RPM3: How responding, preventing, monitoring, mentoring, and modeling can help you be a successful parent
 Now what should I do?
 Under 3
 Under 3: Responding
 Under 3: Prevention
 Under 3: Monitoring
 Under 3: Mentoring
 Under 3: Modeling
 Between 4 and 10
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 4 to 10: Prevention
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 4 to 10: Mentoring
 4 to 10: Modeling
 Between 11 and 14
 11 to 14: Responding
 11 to 14: Prevention
 11 to 14: Monitoring
 11 to 14: Mentoring
 11 to 14: Modeling
 RPM3 Summary


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