Getting Pushy Can Be Rewarding

Oftentimes, a push in the right direction can make a HUGE difference in our lives, or those of our loved ones.  Take just a few moments here to Learn From The Eagles in this short, powerful video...Click Here!

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What Is Your Child Learning About Life?

"Whoa...that rude person just slapped me on the butt. Man, it's cold out here! Will someone turn off those bright lights? I'm hungry. I don't like it here one bit, and I want to go back to where all my needs were met, I was secure, and everything was warm and nice." 

Remember having those thoughts? Okay, maybe not, but the fact is that at birth, our world as we knew it changed dramatically. As newborns, and for the foreseeable future, we will rely on our parents or caregivers to provide for all of our basic survival needs.

In addition to having physical needs, children begin to form fundamental personality traits and characteristics at a very early age.  These traits and characteristics are shaped in large part by the environment children live in, and the personalities of the people children share their lives with.

Is your child's life heading in the right direction? Check out the following short list of positive and negative characteristics developed in children at an early age...perhaps there are changes you may want to make to ensure a happier, more emotionally stable child!

  • If children live with criticism, they learn to condemn.
  • If children live with hostility, they learn to fight.
  • If children live with fear, they learn to be apprehensive.
  • If children live with pity, they learn to feel sorry for themselves.
  • If children live with ridicule, they learn to feel shy.
  • If children live with jealousy, they learn to feel envy.
  • If children live with shame, they learn to feel guilty.
  • If children live with encouragement, they learn confidence.
  • If children live with tolerance, they learn patience.
  • If children live with praise, they learn appreciation.
  • If children live with acceptance, they learn to love.
  • If children live with approval, they learn to like themselves.
  • If children live with recognition, they learn it is good to have a goal.
  • If children live with sharing, they learn generosity.
  • If children live with honesty, they learn truthfulness.
  • If children live with fairness, they learn justice.
  • If children live with kindness and consideration, they learn respect.
  • If children live with security, they learn to have faith in themselves and those about them.
  • If children live with friendliness, they learn the world is a nice place in which to live.
Excerpted from the book Children Learn What They Live.
    by Dorothy Law Nolte (1924-2005)

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How About A Quick Attitude Boost?

It seems that we human-type creatures can tend to fall into attitude ruts or periods of negative thinking, often without realizing it.  Can you relate to that? When we catch ourselves in this most unproductive mode, it helps to have a bit of a crutch to yank us back to a warm and fuzzy state of mind...

Here's just such a crutch that might do you wonders!  Click Here to view a two minute. thirty six second video that has no commercials whatsoever!



Protect Your Children From Internet Porn

There is no denying that the Internet is a revolutionary tool that has a profound positive effect on the lives of  everyone who uses it in productive ways.  The possibilities are endless and can't be disputed!

What CAN be disputed, however, are the extremely harmful effects to children and vulnerable adults caused by unwanted, and unsolicited Internet Porn.  Please consider the following:

Ø      One in five children ages 10-17 have received a sexual solicitation over the Internet.
Ø      One in four children who use the Internet are exposed to unwanted sexual material.
Ø      2.5 billion emails per day are pornographic.
Ø      70 percent of sexual advances over the Internet happened while youngsters were on a home computer.
Ø      21 percent of teens say they have looked at something on the Internet that they wouldn't want their parents to 
      know about.
Ø     A survey of 600 households conducted by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children found that 20% of parents do not know any of their children's Internet passwords, instant messaging nicknames or email addresses.
Ø      The most common ways children have accidentally reached pornographic content on the Web are pop-up windows (55%), misrepresented links  (52%), misspelled URLs (48%) and auto links within emails (23%).

And The SHOCKER ... While 77% of surveyed people said they thought their computers were well-protected, 4 out of 5 had spyware or adware programs running on their computers, many being responsible for uninvited adult content!

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Are These Behaviors Stressing You Out?

Children acting badly is not uncommon...we see this going on almost everywhere.  Many parents just don't react in ways that could either prevent, or immediately stop the undesirable behavior  in its tracks. Here is a short list of behaviors that though not uncommon, could be prevented:

  • Defiance, Being Oppositional, Resistant and Stubborn
  • Hyperactivity and Out-of-control (ADD or ADHD)
  • Throwing Temper Tantrums, "Freak-outs" or Outbursts
  • Being Disrespectful, Rude, Back-talking, Swearing, or Lying
  • Whining, Nagging, Demanding, Clingy or Exhausting
  • Anger, Violence, Aggression, Hitting, Kicking, or Biting

The above list is certainly not complete and you could probably add to it based upon your unique situation.  Rest assured that there are simple reasons why your child may be "driving you up the wall" with inappropriate behavior.  For a wealth of valuable information and the solutions to those stressful behaviors, you are invited to visit HERE!


Don't Fall For It!

"Spare the rod and spoil the child."  Don't know where this one came from, but we've heard it often.  Does this mean that unless we mete out harsh discipline and severe punishments to misbehaving children that somehow our kids will turn into namby-pamby, self-centered brats?  We think not.

Many so-called "discipline methods" are actually cleverly disguised forms of punishments and rewards that can cause your child to suffer the lifelong consequences of having a lower sense of self-confidence...yet the parenting marketing industry continues to lie to you so they can maximize their profits by selling you watered-down versions of lashing kids with belts.

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Relax And Enjoy!

It is no secret that parenting can be one of the most stressful, heartbreaking experiences endured by human beings, ever.  Children misbehave, it's what kids do, and many are very good at it!

Over the years, many myths about coping with and correcting misbehavior in children have evolved.  Many of these myths have been proven to be harmful, and even dangerous when put into practice.  Learn how to avoid child rearing myths, and steer clear of practices that could actually harm your child.

A great advantage of teaching your child how to behave properly is that your child will gain a great deal of self-respect.  This will translate into a well-adjusted, responsible adulthood.  What better gift can you give your child than that?

Speaking of advantages...what if the stress of coping with a misbehaving child was no longer present in your home?  How great this would be for you and the rest of your family!

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