Monkeyshines is always shining on you especially when you are learning about relationships with your friends and family!

July 1997
Monkeyshines on America;Jul1997 Arkansas Issue, p40
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The article presents tips on ways to handle social relationships. Having disagreements is part of life. Learning to talk about them instead of getting upset is part of growing up. This is part of having a good relationships with friends, teachers, and even parents.


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