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Sign Up Now. Previous: Cast Care. Next: Joint Aspiration and Injection. Oct 15, Issue. Am Fam Physician. DO: Encourage your child and give lots of affection. Be kind, but firm. DON'T: Don't nag or talk about bad behavior too much. Children ignore nagging. Don't criticize your child. Don't call your child names. Don't pull your child's hair, jerk an arm, or shake your child. It was a difficult time for us, not really knowing what to do.. Luckily I stumbled upon www. Wow, that really opened our eyes.
It worked and our boys behave now. Can really recommend it!! Good luck! I'm a grandmother of a 2 year old girl. I did these things as a mother; but had forgotten. Thanks for refreshing my memory because I do keep Heidi a lot and want her to grow up as well as my 3 daughters.
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And today, I continue to learn exciting new lessons from my six grandchildren. Finally, I disagree with lesson number 6. Yes, it IS about retirement, and saving for the future. But it is a matter of balance. Take that vacation — but go camping instead of expensive ski trips. Go out to dinner — but not every night for fast food. Live simple, and sock away what you can.
My parents are both gone. But if they walked in the room right now, I would not waste a minute teaching them lessons. Rather, I would want to know what new lessons they could share with me. Enjoyed the post — best wishes. That being said, when I contemplated where they may be able to benefit from my perspective, these are items that came up.
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I also had a chance to interview some folks from this generation, which was pretty cool. And my apologies if I came across the wrong way. Probably my poor attempt at some humor. Your points were all well taken, and we can all learn from each other, all through out lives.
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It made me feel very positive and inspired. Great start to my day. I have seen my mother and older co-workers be inspired by people our age due to many of the points you mentioned. I am getting to the age where I am inspired by my younger staff — they have so my energy and a care-free way of living….. The underlying theme of the post seemed to me to be the need that the older generationneeds to see things fresh, with a new set of eyes, always learning and adapting to new information and new realities.
Really appreciate the insight. It was a fun topic to write about, as well as a challenge. I think that parents should really learn about spending quality time with their kids. Hi there! Time and experiences trump material things every time.
Thanks for the perspective. You are right, I should give my mom the advice that work is not life. She works 24 hours a day and does some more work on the side. Hi Alice. Taking time off and cycling periods of intense focused work with rest is a big part of optimal performance.
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