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Spectre

Story Spectre is the fourth James Bond movie starring Daniel Craig. The story follows on from Skyfall and the death of the original M. A message from the original M (Judi Dench) sends Bond on a rogue mission across Europe, Mexico and Africa, during which he discovers the existence of criminal organisation known as SPECTRE.
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Preschoolers

Preschooler sleep: what to expect

Preschooler sleep: what you need to know Children aged 3-5 years need around 11-13 hours of sleep a night . Some might also have a day nap of about an hour. Sleep is important for your preschooler's health, growth and development. When children sleep well, they're more settled and happy during the day.
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Teens

Teenagers and youth subcultures

Youth subcultures: what you need to know Belonging to a social group or youth subculture is often about exploring who you are and what you stand for. During adolescence, teenagers strive to form independent adult identities. Experimenting with different social groups is one way of doing this. It's how your child can test out being someone new - someone separate from your family.
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Megamind 3D

Story Megamind (voice of Will Ferrell) arrives on earth as a baby in a capsule at exactly the same time as Goody Two Shoes (Brad Pitt), both endowed with super powers. Goody Two Shoes has a privileged upbringing, but Megamind is brought up by convicts. He discovers that the only thing he is any good at is being bad, so he becomes a supervillain and ends up in prison.
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Grown ups

Relaxation techniques: breathing exercises

Breathing and relaxation If you're feeling stressed or anxious, you might notice that you're doing shallow breathing (or chest breathing) - that is small, short breaths. If you're breathing more deeply, you'll notice that your abdomen rises and falls. This is more relaxing. There are many different breathing exercises that you can use for relaxation.
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Teens

Conflict management with teenagers

Conflict management skills: why you need them During the teenage years, you might clash with your child more often than you did in the past. For example, you might disagree about things like what your child wears, what he does with his time, or whether he follows your cultural traditions. Some conflict is normal and healthy , as your child becomes an independent and responsible young adult.
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