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Teach Your Child the Effects of Positive Thinking

March 25th, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

Mind precedes created things; Mind’s their chief, from mind they spring. – From the Dhammapadda, Chapter 1 The power of our thoughts has been recognized for centuries. For better or worse, out thoughts determine who we become and what we manifest during our earthly stay. Helping our children to understand this truth adds awareness and […]

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Teach Your Child to Work Hard Without Complaining

March 24th, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

Work needs to be done whether we like it or not! Much of life hinges on our willingness to work and work hard. Teaching your child to work without complaining is one of the greatest gifts you can give them. Parents have more influence on their child’s capacity for work than they might realize. As […]

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Teach Your Child to Be Passionate

March 12th, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

Teaching your child to be passionate means helping them to maintain and build on the natural joy and enthusiasm they were born with. All children come in with a curiosity that is never truly satisfied. Yet what seems to be occurring is the extinguishing of the fire in our souls- the creative life force that […]

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Teach Your Child to Be a Good Storyteller

March 12th, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

Storytelling is almost as natural for humans as breathing! Down through the ages people have gathered together to tell their stories and listen to tales. Teaching your child to be a good storyteller will be carrying on an age old tradition. Good storytellers are seldom born. They learn by listening and watching other good storytellers. […]

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Teach Your Child How to Control Anger

March 9th, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

Anger is a natural human emotion. Usually stemming from fear, anger is meant to inform us that something is wrong or that we are being threatened in some way. Children are not always able to express themselves calmly and in words. Frustration with people, things or situations occurs frequently, especially before children have the vocabulary […]

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Teach Your Child How to Be Outgoing

March 6th, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

Some children are naturally cautious with others. Some are what we label as shy. The truth is all children can be reserved toward others at some point in their life. Helping children to be outgoing is a delicate job. Parents always fear that pushing too fast will create resistance and perhaps bruise the developing personality. […]

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Teach Your Child to Be A Good Listener

March 6th, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

Helping your child to be a good listener is an important part of her socialization. Hearing is automatic, but listening is not! Thinking about the distinction between hearing and listening will give some valuable clues to how listening can be taught. The earliest listening experience for your child was in the womb. The comforting sounds […]

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Teach Your Children How to Defend Themselves

March 6th, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

Every child needs to be able to assert themselves when being unrightfully overpowered. Teaching your child when and how to defend themselves is part of helping them to achieve a healthy balance between the rights of others and their own. Children can be easily intimidated, especially by adults, but kids can be intimidating too. Teaching […]

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Teach Your Child Self-Control

February 20th, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

Teaching your child self-control will help them get along with others, make good choices and stay safe. Teaching self-control starts early and truly never stops. The thoughtful parent knows that each child is an individual with a will of its own. Respect for a child’s will and need for autonomy must be balanced with respect […]

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Teach Your Child to Be Helpful

January 3rd, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

Providing assistance or being useful is the main definition of being helpful, when we are giving of assistance we are doing a great service to others, and honestly, to ourselves. Being helpful is an excellent quality and impressive characteristic to display. Every award handed out; almost every honorary prize ever won was from that person […]

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