Home Articles Blog Updates Subjects Topics Tips & Guides New Contact Us
adblock creatives to be added later Loose weight without medicines, step by step

Improve your sex life -- overcome your frustration

Survive in Bed Click Here!

Increase your breast size by 2 cups, naturally and without surgery Click Here!
This Single Mother Makes Over $700 per Week Helping Businesses With Their Facebook and Twitter Accounts. You too can earn extra money. Click Here!

Earn money with simple online job works. Click Here!

Discounts at Amazon.com

Eliminate your diabetes, we can help you destroy your diabetes

Self improvement and motivational guru gives simple tips to success - must listen

A foolproof, science based diet that will reduce your weight by 12 to 23 pound Click Here!

Blog

Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager

 

Sticks and Stones: Are You Unintentionally Driving Your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager Away?

under no circumstances will we allow ourselves to degrade and belittle our Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenagerren any longer by calling them names. If you simply cannot resist the temptation to tell your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager who he is, then please, tell him good things! This will require a Herculean effort to pause before speaking and check your intention. Is what you are about to say meant to uplift your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager? Good. Go for it. Is it meant to control, manipulate, or purge your anger? Zip your lip. Go away. Don't say it.

parenting, advice for parents, family communication, teenagers, discipline, power struggles with kids,

So I was sitting in my office surfing the web, uh, I mean, <b>working</b>, when a voice on the street in front of my house attracted my attention. Being the nosy and ever vigilant I-work-from-home-so-I-know-everything-that-happens-around-here sort of busybody, I jumped right to the window to preserve my know-it-all status.

Two boys, from the size of them probably in ninth or tenth grade, were sitting on their bikes in the middle of the street talking to a woman in a red minivan.

At first I thought, oh, how sweet, they are giving her directions! And then her voice rang out strong and clear. She pointed her finger at the taller one. (Ever notice how uncomfortable it is to be pointed at? It’s like the finger is a ray gun, and directs all that icky stuff right at you in a powerful stream.)

Anyway, up into my window comes her voice. AND YOU! YOU GET YOURSELF HOME RIGHT THIS MINUTE AND CLEAN UP THAT ROOM!! IT’S A PIGSTY, YOU LAZY A--.

And then she sped away. He shouted out MOM! and tapped on the side window of the van as it left, but she zoomed ahead without looking back.

Sheepishly, with hunched shoulders and downcast eyes, he and his buddy turned their bikes towards home. I felt so keenly his embarrassment at being humiliated in front of his friend. I couldn’t hear what else he said, but I did hear him repeat the words that broke my heart, and surprisingly, not with anger in his voice, but with sadness.

Lazy a--

Now, I don’t know what kind of day she just had. Maybe her boss called her names. Maybe the baby is sick and she’s worried. And as little as a few months ago, I would have been much more compassionate about trying to figure out how much pain must be inside a person to lead them to do something so nasty.

But lately, my take on life’s been getting real simple. It doesn’t matter what kind of day she had. Nothing can possibly justify the way she just spoke to her Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager.

We all have bad days. We all experience pain, and at times revert to repeating unconscious behaviors. That’s part of being human. But there’s more available to us in our human packages. There are things we can do, decisions we can make, standards we can set for our own behavior.

And I propose that one of those standards for parents should be that under no circumstances will we allow ourselves to degrade and belittle our Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenagerren by calling them names.

I want to leave the legacy of clear and effective communication to the next generation. I want them to inherit a world where people have the skills to communicate their feelings and needs, and make requests, without belittling others. If they can’t inherit that world, then I at least hope they can inherit the tools and wisdom to create it.

And I’m so disappointed to be reminded that all over the country, Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenagerren tonight will be told in no uncertain terms who they are. Lazy, stupid, cruel, insensitive, incapable. The list goes on and on.

Here’s my proposal. (yeah, I know, I’m preaching to the choir. But you guys are here in front of me. I hope you take this message and spread it in your own way out into the world.)


Let’s take a collective vow not to pass this toxic garbage on to our kids. If you have a bad day, that’s a real shame, and I’m sorry. Let it die out with you. Don’t dump it on your spouse or your kids or your dog. Clear it out of your body with physical activity, writing, screaming, or venting to a willing listener, not just whoever is unfortunate enough to get in your way.

If you cannot resist the temptation to tell your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager who he is, then please, tell him good things! This will require a Herculean effort to pause before speaking and check your intention. Is what you are about to say meant to uplift your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager? Good. Go for it. Is it meant to control, manipulate, or purge your anger? Zip your lip.

Go away. Don’t say it.

Simple, but not easy. And no single effort will pay off more in your relationship with your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager. Or others of significance in your life, for that matter.

Need more convincing? How much longer will that lanky teenage boy tolerate that kind of treatment from his mother? When will he deliver her garbage back to her? Want to bet he’s counting the days until he’s old enough to move away from her and not look back? And how will he treat her if someday she’s dependent upon him for eldercare?

It’s said that how you do one thing is how you do everything. So how you talk to your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager might be how you are talking to yourself, your coworkers, and your spouse. You all deserve better. Stop. Separate the behavior from the person. State your needs and make a request for a change. Take appropriate action, which is always about you, and never about them.

I can’t find that woman out there and tell her what is happening to her relationship with her precious Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager. Even if I could, there’s no guarantee that this information would lead to a change in her behavior or choices. All I can do is tell you about this, and hope that both you and I can use this bird’s eye view to strengthen our resolve to be the kind of parents who know and do better than that.

Copyright Karen Alonge 2005

 

Sticks and Stones: Are You Unintentionally Driving Your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager Away?

under no circumstances will we allow ourselves to degrade and belittle our Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenagerren any longer by calling them names. If you simply cannot resist the temptation to tell your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager who he is, then please, tell him good things! This will require a Herculean effort to pause before speaking and check your intention. Is what you are about to say meant to uplift your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager? Good. Go for it. Is it meant to control, manipulate, or purge your anger? Zip your lip. Go away. Don't say it.

parenting, advice for parents, family communication, teenagers, discipline, power struggles with kids,

So I was sitting in my office surfing the web, uh, I mean, <b>working</b>, when a voice on the street in front of my house attracted my attention. Being the nosy and ever vigilant I-work-from-home-so-I-know-everything-that-happens-around-here sort of busybody, I jumped right to the window to preserve my know-it-all status.

Two boys, from the size of them probably in ninth or tenth grade, were sitting on their bikes in the middle of the street talking to a woman in a red minivan.

At first I thought, oh, how sweet, they are giving her directions! And then her voice rang out strong and clear. She pointed her finger at the taller one. (Ever notice how uncomfortable it is to be pointed at? It’s like the finger is a ray gun, and directs all that icky stuff right at you in a powerful stream.)

Anyway, up into my window comes her voice. AND YOU! YOU GET YOURSELF HOME RIGHT THIS MINUTE AND CLEAN UP THAT ROOM!! IT’S A PIGSTY, YOU LAZY A--.

And then she sped away. He shouted out MOM! and tapped on the side window of the van as it left, but she zoomed ahead without looking back.

Sheepishly, with hunched shoulders and downcast eyes, he and his buddy turned their bikes towards home. I felt so keenly his embarrassment at being humiliated in front of his friend. I couldn’t hear what else he said, but I did hear him repeat the words that broke my heart, and surprisingly, not with anger in his voice, but with sadness.

Lazy a--

Now, I don’t know what kind of day she just had. Maybe her boss called her names. Maybe the baby is sick and she’s worried. And as little as a few months ago, I would have been much more compassionate about trying to figure out how much pain must be inside a person to lead them to do something so nasty.

But lately, my take on life’s been getting real simple. It doesn’t matter what kind of day she had. Nothing can possibly justify the way she just spoke to her Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager.

We all have bad days. We all experience pain, and at times revert to repeating unconscious behaviors. That’s part of being human. But there’s more available to us in our human packages. There are things we can do, decisions we can make, standards we can set for our own behavior.

And I propose that one of those standards for parents should be that under no circumstances will we allow ourselves to degrade and belittle our Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenagerren by calling them names.

I want to leave the legacy of clear and effective communication to the next generation. I want them to inherit a world where people have the skills to communicate their feelings and needs, and make requests, without belittling others. If they can’t inherit that world, then I at least hope they can inherit the tools and wisdom to create it.

And I’m so disappointed to be reminded that all over the country, Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenagerren tonight will be told in no uncertain terms who they are. Lazy, stupid, cruel, insensitive, incapable. The list goes on and on.

Here’s my proposal. (yeah, I know, I’m preaching to the choir. But you guys are here in front of me. I hope you take this message and spread it in your own way out into the world.)

Let’s take a collective vow not to pass this toxic garbage on to our kids. If you have a bad day, that’s a real shame, and I’m sorry. Let it die out with you. Don’t dump it on your spouse or your kids or your dog. Clear it out of your body with physical activity, writing, screaming, or venting to a willing listener, not just whoever is unfortunate enough to get in your way.

If you cannot resist the temptation to tell your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager who he is, then please, tell him good things! This will require a Herculean effort to pause before speaking and check your intention. Is what you are about to say meant to uplift your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager? Good. Go for it. Is it meant to control, manipulate, or purge your anger? Zip your lip.

Go away. Don’t say it.

Simple, but not easy. And no single effort will pay off more in your relationship with your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager. Or others of significance in your life, for that matter.

Need more convincing? How much longer will that lanky teenage boy tolerate that kind of treatment from his mother? When will he deliver her garbage back to her? Want to bet he’s counting the days until he’s old enough to move away from her and not look back? And how will he treat her if someday she’s dependent upon him for eldercare?

It’s said that how you do one thing is how you do everything. So how you talk to your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager might be how you are talking to yourself, your coworkers, and your spouse. You all deserve better. Stop. Separate the behavior from the person. State your needs and make a request for a change. Take appropriate action, which is always about you, and never about them.

I can’t find that woman out there and tell her what is happening to her relationship with her precious Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager. Even if I could, there’s no guarantee that this information would lead to a change in her behavior or choices. All I can do is tell you about this, and hope that both you and I can use this bird’s eye view to strengthen our resolve to be the kind of parents who know and do better than that.

Copyright Karen Alonge 2005

 

Sticks and Stones: Are You Unintentionally Driving Your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager Away?

under no circumstances will we allow ourselves to degrade and belittle our Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenagerren any longer by calling them names. If you simply cannot resist the temptation to tell your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager who he is, then please, tell him good things! This will require a Herculean effort to pause before speaking and check your intention. Is what you are about to say meant to uplift your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager? Good. Go for it. Is it meant to control, manipulate, or purge your anger? Zip your lip. Go away. Don't say it.

parenting, advice for parents, family communication, teenagers, discipline, power struggles with kids,

So I was sitting in my office surfing the web, uh, I mean, <b>working</b>, when a voice on the street in front of my house attracted my attention. Being the nosy and ever vigilant I-work-from-home-so-I-know-everything-that-happens-around-here sort of busybody, I jumped right to the window to preserve my know-it-all status.

Two boys, from the size of them probably in ninth or tenth grade, were sitting on their bikes in the middle of the street talking to a woman in a red minivan.

At first I thought, oh, how sweet, they are giving her directions! And then her voice rang out strong and clear. She pointed her finger at the taller one. (Ever notice how uncomfortable it is to be pointed at? It’s like the finger is a ray gun, and directs all that icky stuff right at you in a powerful stream.)

Anyway, up into my window comes her voice. AND YOU! YOU GET YOURSELF HOME RIGHT THIS MINUTE AND CLEAN UP THAT ROOM!! IT’S A PIGSTY, YOU LAZY A--.

And then she sped away. He shouted out MOM! and tapped on the side window of the van as it left, but she zoomed ahead without looking back.

Sheepishly, with hunched shoulders and downcast eyes, he and his buddy turned their bikes towards home. I felt so keenly his embarrassment at being humiliated in front of his friend. I couldn’t hear what else he said, but I did hear him repeat the words that broke my heart, and surprisingly, not with anger in his voice, but with sadness.

Lazy a--

Now, I don’t know what kind of day she just had. Maybe her boss called her names. Maybe the baby is sick and she’s worried. And as little as a few months ago, I would have been much more compassionate about trying to figure out how much pain must be inside a person to lead them to do something so nasty.

But lately, my take on life’s been getting real simple. It doesn’t matter what kind of day she had. Nothing can possibly justify the way she just spoke to her Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager.

We all have bad days. We all experience pain, and at times revert to repeating unconscious behaviors. That’s part of being human. But there’s more available to us in our human packages. There are things we can do, decisions we can make, standards we can set for our own behavior.

And I propose that one of those standards for parents should be that under no circumstances will we allow ourselves to degrade and belittle our Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenagerren by calling them names.

I want to leave the legacy of clear and effective communication to the next generation. I want them to inherit a world where people have the skills to communicate their feelings and needs, and make requests, without belittling others. If they can’t inherit that world, then I at least hope they can inherit the tools and wisdom to create it.

And I’m so disappointed to be reminded that all over the country, Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenagerren tonight will be told in no uncertain terms who they are. Lazy, stupid, cruel, insensitive, incapable. The list goes on and on.

Here’s my proposal. (yeah, I know, I’m preaching to the choir. But you guys are here in front of me. I hope you take this message and spread it in your own way out into the world.)

Let’s take a collective vow not to pass this toxic garbage on to our kids. If you have a bad day, that’s a real shame, and I’m sorry. Let it die out with you. Don’t dump it on your spouse or your kids or your dog. Clear it out of your body with physical activity, writing, screaming, or venting to a willing listener, not just whoever is unfortunate enough to get in your way.

If you cannot resist the temptation to tell your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager who he is, then please, tell him good things! This will require a Herculean effort to pause before speaking and check your intention. Is what you are about to say meant to uplift your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager? Good. Go for it. Is it meant to control, manipulate, or purge your anger? Zip your lip.

Go away. Don’t say it.

Simple, but not easy. And no single effort will pay off more in your relationship with your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager. Or others of significance in your life, for that matter.

Need more convincing? How much longer will that lanky teenage boy tolerate that kind of treatment from his mother? When will he deliver her garbage back to her? Want to bet he’s counting the days until he’s old enough to move away from her and not look back? And how will he treat her if someday she’s dependent upon him for eldercare?

It’s said that how you do one thing is how you do everything. So how you talk to your Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager might be how you are talking to yourself, your coworkers, and your spouse. You all deserve better. Stop. Separate the behavior from the person. State your needs and make a request for a change. Take appropriate action, which is always about you, and never about them.

I can’t find that woman out there and tell her what is happening to her relationship with her precious Child, Juvenile, Kiddic, Minor & Teenager. Even if I could, there’s no guarantee that this information would lead to a change in her behavior or choices. All I can do is tell you about this, and hope that both you and I can use this bird’s eye view to strengthen our resolve to be the kind of parents who know and do better than that.

Copyright Karen Alonge 2005




steroids childhood stories play
sticks and stones child away
stop facial blushing child
study children to survive
stuttering in child
success child amazement champion
successfully homeschool your child
successful teaching a child respect
supporting your child
survey about injury risks children
take solution children emerge school
teach child phonemic awareness
teach children magic
teach children to respect treating
teaching child alphabet
teaching child credit card
teaching children stories
teaching esl walk sports child
teaching your child
teaching your child to read
teach my child cook habit
the adopted child impact
tip attending nascar races children
tips child life insurance policy
tips childrens fancy dress
tips choose gift clothing children
tips educational videos child development
tips formal wear child’s wardrobe
tips for parents of children
tips for parents of children allergies
tips for traveling children
tips for traveling with children
tips great children's photographs
tips helping moving choosing children
tips home child safety cars seat
tips methods raising bilingual children
tips parents guide control children
tips steps children manipulate management
tips stress relief techniques children
tips summer safety children
tips teaching children science
tips to help your child succeed
tips to relieve stress anxiety
tips traveling young children
toys children self esteem development
travel tips children
treat child custody hearing
type telling children asd
uk school uniform childs size
ultimate children's party
understanding court child custody laws
universe through a child’s eyes
usability testing with children
using parenting tips getting childhood
using private unschooling child room
video games for children
want to drug your child
wart removal for children
way to child on learning
wedding favors for children
why a child is cute
writing children's books
yoga for children and kids
about home safety proof
prevent fighting child obesity
legalized abduction of children
finding perfect reducing childcare
child spport laws history
childhood stutter
about yoga children minerals motivation
sample menu items vegetarian toddler
information baby names meaning
essential supplies new baby a cradle