If you have shied away from this task, that’s understandable. Parenting can feel like the loneliest job in the world. Take heart! You are not alone. Don’t give up! There are concepts you can embrace that will help bring order and calm back into your precious family life as well as your child’s school days.
Resist Comparisons and Offer Empathy. Don’t you ever compare him with other child or even with their siblings it will be the cause of having bad image with themselves or having self-pity. Let you appreciate him for what he was and what he had. This can help your child learn that we all have strengths and weaknesses, and they don’t have to be perfect to feel good about themselves.
Give Praise to The good Things that they have done and Give Encouragement. Everyone responds well to encouragement, so make an effort to acknowledge the good things your child does every day within themselves. For instance, he was excellent to their school activities. Give praise to them or treat them so they will encourage having more excellent works to their schools. This will enhance his sense of accomplishment and self-worth and let him know exactly what he did right.
This is just a tip of an ice berg as parents caring for at-risk youths have more questions than answers each brighter day. With the everyday life challenges that are rife in our society, like separation and divorce, people are exposed to temptations that more often than not young people have no choice but to face problems at whichever places they visit.
Confined between the cold steel locker behind and her warm sensual body in front, Joshua couldn’t help but feel overwhelmingly stimulated. Here she was presenting him with an opportunity. A chance he figured would never occur between them. “But I thought you didn’t like me that much!” He husked roughly, his voice deepening, and for the moment he decided to cautiously doubt her generous sincerity. She had raised her voice too often in the past to embarrass him for him to be too easily accepting offer now.
I recently received a notice about the death of one of my high school classmates. He had lost his battle with cancer. This prompted me to reflect on my life and thus wanting to share my feelings with others.
Yes goodbyes are difficult. Hopefully, we learn something from each one of these losses (or changes in our lives). As with my dad, he was the one who truly taught me the meaning of love. I lost him when i was only 22 years old. That left an enormous void in my life. He never got to see, know and impart his wisdom to my children. These losses have helped me grow stronger in my life.