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Does Competition help or Hurt Young People – Help

November 20, 2017

It will be a sad day for parents when their children, after the brainwashing and mediocrity indoctrination force fed to them in public schools, is satisfied, if not happy, being “okay”. The progression of less competition in this country has our children performing dinner theater in the Broadway stage of competence and aptitude. Take our […]

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Parenting Teens

November 20, 2017

Teenage sexuality. I’m having a problem with that term because it implies that sexuality is something new in the teenage years. Children are born with sexuality ant there is no developmental phase where it just appears. Children explore their own bodies as toddlers. They express curiosity about the differences between their bodies and mommy and […]

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Parenting Teens

November 20, 2017

As the mother of two teenagers, I prefer initiating conversation over an impromptu board game. By doing this, you are showing your child that you value spending time with them. Make chocolate milk, or offer a special snack. Smile, and be affectionate. Nothing builds a child’s confidence like a parent who shows that they’re happy […]

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Does Competition help or Hurt Young People – Help

November 20, 2017

I think competition is healthy as long as the person competing understands they need to do their best but it is not always necessary to win. So often we hear about a competition where the parents get over involved and downgrade the person who did win or make their own child feel like he was […]

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Teen Weight Loss

November 20, 2017

Helping your overweight teen to lose weight is one of the best things to do for their health and self-esteem. Although you walk a fine line in emphasizing that their size is not a good thing, overall, being overweight is a health issue. Childhood obesity is reaching record levels in this country and is setting […]

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How to Discilpline your Teen

November 19, 2017

Disciplining a teenager can be a tiresome process, particularly if it does not seem to be having any effect. If you are constantly punishing them and they are still behaving badly, then you need to change the way that you approach the situation. Discipline should be effective should make your teen want to behave in a more […]

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Does Competition help or Hurt Young People – Help

November 19, 2017

Hearing everyone moan about how this world should be politically correct and that everyone is equal, it often becomes hard to imagine a world where true competition should exist between the younger members of our society, however this is something that helps to make success for any of us. A hot dispute in 2006 saw […]

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How to help your Overweight Teen Lose Weight

November 19, 2017

Child obesity is a growing problem and a very serious problem in the U.S. Children and teenagers are being glued to electronics such as iPods, video games, and TVs. Not only that, they are blowing off having fun outside with things such as texting or plainly watching TV with friends. This problem mainly stems from […]

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Tips for Disciplining your Teen in a way that gets Results

November 19, 2017

How do you discipline a child who does not care about anything? Chances are you have asked this question if a teenager lives in your home. When they were toddlers, threatening a time-out stopped the bad behavior. When they are between 8 and 11, they want to help you as much as possible and are […]

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Healthy Competition Character – Help

November 19, 2017

Healthy competition can be beneficial to young people. Rather than focusing on the typical “win at all costs” ideology, healthy competition focuses on teamwork, effort, and improvement.  Children learn that their actions have an impact on the outcome of the team.  By focusing on their effort, rather than the overall outcome, it builds their self-esteem […]

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