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John: Before my parents punished me for some wrongdoing, they would put forth real effort to understand my motive and the circumstances involved. I try to imitate their approach when dealing with my daughters. My wife, Alison, comes from a different background. Her mother and father were more impulsive. They seem to have chastised their children without being concerned about the circumstances surrounding an incident. Sometimes I feel that my wife disciplines our children in a similarly harsh manner. Carol: My father deserted our family when I was just five years old. He showed no interest in my three siblings or me. My mom worked very hard to provide for us, and I shouldered a lot of responsibility in caring for my younger sisters. It was hard to enjoy being a kid when i Had to play the role of parent. To this day, I am more serious than playful. When my own children need discipline, I agonize over their mistakes. I like to know why something happened and what the thought process was. My husband Mark, by contrast, doesn't stew over matters. he was raised by a loving yet firm father, who loyally cared for his mother. With our girls, my husband is quick to resolve problems. He assesses a situation, deals with it, and then moves on. As the comments of John and Carol show, your upbringing can exert a profound influence on the way you discipline your own children. When a husband and wife come from different family backgrounds, they are likely to have very different leanings when it comes to raining children. At times, these differences cause tension in a marriage.
Realistically, you can’t expect to make it through school without having to deal with some kind of stress. Granted, too much stress can be oppressive. Wise King Solomon Wrote: “Mere oppression may make a wise one act crazy.” (Ecclesiastes 7:7) But you need not let stress drive you crazy. The key is learning how to manage stress effectively. Coping with stress is like lifting weights. To be successful, a weight lifter must prepare properly beforehand. He lifts the weights correctly and avoids lifting too much weight. If he takes such steps, he builds strong muscles without damaging his body. On the other hand, if he fails to take these steps, he can tear a muscle or even break a bone. Similarly, you can manage the stresses that you encounter and successfully accomplish the work you need to do without causing damage to yourself. How?
It is both simple and complex. Each molecule comprises just three atoms - two of hydrogen and one of oxygen. Yet, scientists still do not fully understand how water molecules work. What we all know, though, is that water is essential to life, making up about 80 percent by weight of all living things. Consider just five attributes of this amazing substance...
Many years ago, little or nothing was known about the subject "dating", especially in Africa. Marriages were arranged by parents and the young people involved are brought together in marriage. No time was given was given for the individuals to study each other with the view to knowing whether they can actually live together as a couple or vice versa. But times are changing, and this trend in particular is rapidly wearing away. Today, people are better educated and informed, and the responsibility of choosing whom to marry is no longer that of the parents; hence the need for potential couples to associate and interact to ascertain their compatibility or otherwise, before embarking on a life-long relationship. Please just copy and past to get the full content.
Memory involves three stages: encoding, storage, and retrieval. Your brain encodes information when it perceives it and registers it. This information can then be stored for future retrieval. Memory failure occurs when any one of these three stages breaks down. Memory itself has been divided into various kinds, including sensory memory, short-term memory, and long-term memory. Sensory memory receives information from stimuli through the senses, such as smell, sight, and touch. Short-term memory, also called working memory, holds small amounts of information for brief periods. Thus, we can add up numbers in our head, remember a telephone number long enough to dial it, and remember the first half of a sentence while reading or listening to the second half. But as we all know, short-term memory has it limits. If you want to store information indefinitely, it must go into your long-term memory. How can you put it there? The following principles will help. Please click the following link or copy and paste to read more.
Obesity among children has reached epidemic proportions in many countries. The World Health Organization says that worldwide an estimated 22 million children under the age of five are overweight. A national survey in Spain revealed that 1 out of every 3 children is either overweight or obese. In just ten years (1985 – 1995), childhood obesity tripled in Australia. In the last three decades, obesity in children aged 6 to 11 has more than tripled in the United States. Childhood obesity is also extending to developing countries. According to the International Obesity Task Force, in some parts of Africa, more children are affected by obesity than by malnutrition. In 2007, Mexico occupied second place in the world, behind the United States, for childhood obesity. It is said that in Mexico City alone, 70 percent of the children and adolescents are either overweight or obese. Pediatric surgeon Dr. Francisco González warns that this may be “the first generation to die before their parents from the complications of obesity.”
Most daters are too much in a haste to close the deal, walk down to the church altar to exchange marriage vows. Just click on the link to hear more.Good appetite!
The Importance of Setting Well-defined Boundaries in a Relationship. Boundaries are clear lines of demacation .A healthy dating relationship needs good,solid, and well-defined relational boundaries.These boundaries remind you who you are, bring to your mind that you are a separate and distinct person from others - so you don't start doing something because others are doing it.boundaries help you to control your thoughts and feelings.When you set boundaries you are less likely to be messed up in a relationship, because you will know your preferences, what you like and dislike, what you will accept and won't accept, what you can do and can't do.You will know when you are going out of track, and when to apply the breaks...
Relationships are meant to last a life time, but unfortunately, sometimes they don't. Of a truth, relationships are meant to last a life time, but unfortunately, sometimes they don’t. For one reason or another, a relationship may break-up. It is better when this happens at the formative stages (dating), because at this stage deep commitments may not have been made nor real intimacy built. However, at any stage a relationship suffers breakage; someone suffers emotional pains and torture. But your life must continue. This is very important. I have someone who almost lost her mind because she was jilted, the man that promised to marry her, woke up one afternoon and called off the engagement. And she saw it to mean the end of the world. It took psychiatric doctors to restore her to normalcy. That was absolutely unnecessary...
What so many people get wrong is confusing attraction with love. A young man has just seen a young lady and jumps into conclusion; oh mine! "This lady is beautiful, she's just wonderful. Check out here legs, the way she walks, the way she talks, wow! She's beauty-personified. I knew i had found love. I just can't wait to get her, it would really be wonderful." Quite romantic, is it? But as romantic as these expressions sound, they are very untrue. It is just a fleeting passion. Why? Because you can't really love someone you don't know. In other words, what has been experienced by this young man is simple attraction.
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