Archive for January, 2012
In general, schools are treated not like any other venues or places in a community. Most of the time, such institutions have good architecture and good facilities to earn respect and trust of parents, who always want a good and conducive environment for their children. In this regard, school buildings and their quality play important roles in bolstering perception of people about education.
No parent would want to send his child to an indecent and uncomfortable school. This is because parents mostly believe that beautiful and homey places help children cope up better so they could open up and learn lessons. More >
Post contributed by Leonard Phelps
We recently visited my cousin who moved to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. He has several odd jobs out there when the ski lifts aren’t open. One is working for Wyoming Home Security installing home security systems. He doesn’t mind having odd jobs because he is out there to simply ski and enjoy himself. He loves to fly fish. Last summer, he caught a record trout. He was so proud of it and e-mailed everyone in the family a picture. My grandfather teases him and says that he moved out there to live the life of leisure. The funny More >
You may already have realized so many times that effective communication is the way to build a good relationship with people. In parenting, it could also play a significant part in the way you raise and interact with your child. Understanding your child entails communicating effectively with him, especially during his difficult and tumultuous times.
Always remember that every time you are listening carefully and intently to your child, he becomes more comfortable and you tend to genuinely understand his feelings and emotions. Realize that proper and effective communication could help build your child’s self discipline. It is also the key More >