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Self-efficacy, compassion and good health all play a part in the habits of happy children

11:38 AM, Feb. 14, 2013
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Childhood is filled with enough twists and turns to rival any thrill park roller coaster. Navigating the journey is the onus of parents like Lisa and Brad Welko of Greenville.

"My kids could not be more different," Lisa Welko said. "I have a son (Ben, 16) who is at the Appleton East charter school (Tesla) for engineering, and I have a daughter (Katie, 14) who's going to go to the (Renaissance School for the Arts) because that's her passion and focus.

"So they are just so incredibly different. But I think one thing we've done as parents is that we have encouraged their natural talents ... as well as to ...

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