Monthly Archives: March 2014

Permissive Parenting

Permissive Parenting

Parents may want to consider a few reasons why giving in to their child’s unruly behavior is not going to benefit themselves or their child in the long run. First of all, when a child whines and cries for fifteen minutes before their parent caves in to their demands, they’ve learned the exact amount of time they need to whine and cry to get their parents to cooperate. Continue reading

Music, Videos and Television: How A Parent Can Monitor Their Child’s Choices Without Limiting their Freedom?

Music, Videos and Television: How A Parent Can Monitor Their Child’s Choices Without Limiting their Freedom?

Parents are their children’s first line of defense in educating and mentoring them to make sound decisions and be able to know right from wrong, whether it’s in a music lyric or somewhere else.The freedom of children to choose their own music or videos does not have to be compromised as parents work to successfully monitor and guide them in the right direction. Continue reading

Are We Preparing Our Children for the Conceptual Age?

Are We Preparing Our Children for the Conceptual Age?

Public standardized education was created for the mechanical age of the Industrial Revolution where mechanical needs were at the forefront. With the abundance of mechanical jobs available in the U.S. this type of education could suffice and support a thriving middle class. However, today’s global community will give the mechanical jobs to the lowest bidder. Continue reading

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