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Date:6/6/2011

occasional treat. "If you value your kids more than your job, you need to be at home for dinner," Rotheram-Borus said. "If you want your kids to be balanced human beings, you can't work 100 hours a week yourself."
  • Take a time out before making a purchase. Be clear about what you need when you go into a store.
  • Cut back on your food intake, and choose healthy foods. Throw out all the junk food in your house. "Once you have it in the house, you're very likely to eat it," Rotheram-Borus said.
  • Turn off the cell phone and disconnect from other media for a set period of time each day. "The reality is, in most situations a text message can wait," Wong said.
  • Remember that gifts don't always have to be purchases. Experiences, favors and thoughtful gestures can be just as meaningful.
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    The American Academy of Family Physicians has more on maintaining emotional health.

    SOURCES: Mary Jane Rotheram-Borus, Ph.D., professor, psychology, University of California, Los Angeles, and co-director, UCLA Center for Community Health and Global Center for Children and Families, Los Angeles; Felicia Wong, M.D., psychiatrist, Los Angeles


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