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By Anonym 16 Sep

Jennifer Senior

During childhood, it’s about trying to help develop who your kid’s going to be. During adolescence, it’s about responding to who your kid wants to be.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Cindy Vine

It felt great to be loved. Children... Children are a hazard to your life... As they'd got older they had become more expensive. But it was worth it. If she didn't have her children her life would be empty. And even though your children leave your nest, they always have one foot tethered to you.

By Anonym 19 Sep

William Maxwell

The world (including Drapervilleh is not a nice place, and the innocent and the young have to take their chances. They cannot be watched over, twenty-four hours of the day. At what moment, from what hiding-place, the idea of evil will strike, there is no telling. And when it does, the result is not always disastrous. Children have their own incalculable strength and weakness, and this, for all their seeming helplessness, will determine the pattern of their lives. Even when you suspect why they fall downstairs, you cannot be sure. You have no way of knowing whether their fright is permanent or can be healed by putting butter on the large lump that comes out on their foreheads after a fall.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Fredrik Backman

Takoví jsou to muži. Za svítání vyjdou s dvěma holýma rukama na trávník a dovnitř se vrátí z nově postavené verandy. Jakože cože? Já jsem dvěma holýma rukama leda tak vyhrál Grand Theft Auto IV. A to jsem použil cheat all weapons. Tvoji dědečkové si sami postavili domy v době, kdy ještě nebyl Google. Uvědomuješ si, co je to za výkon? To nejsou lidi. To jsou švýcarské armádní nože se strništěm na bradě.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Lisa Genova

Her mother was Jewish, but her father had insisted that she and Anne be raised Catholic. So she went to mass every Sunday as a child, received communion, went to confession, and was confirmed, but because her mother never participated in any of this, Alice began questioning the validity of these beliefs at a young age. And without a satisfying answer from either her father or the Catholic Church, she never developed a true faith.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ana Monnar

Raising teenage sons and daughters is a long and tiresome journey. With God's help the final outcome will be worthwhile.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Pratik Patil

The greatest investment you can do in your life is in gaining time.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Galit Breen

Education is our path to change. Minds and hearts are brightened via learning.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Kaye D. Walters

I'd rather be a 'THINKER' - Two Healthy Incomes No Kids Early Retirement!

By Anonym 17 Sep

Chelsea Handler

My mother is European and expresses her love through food and cuddling. She wasn't the type of mother who would make it to school plays or soccer games, but if you wanted to stay at home sick, she was your girl. Whenever you'd go up to her room to cuddle with her, she'd pull out a Kit Kat or Snickers bar from her night table and look at you with dancing eyes.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Linda Akeson Mcgurk

The national curriculum for the Swedish preschool is twenty pages long and goes on at length about things like fostering respect for one another, human rights, and democratic values, as well as a lifelong desire to learn. The document's word choices are a pretty good clue to what Swedish society wants and expects from toddlers and preschoolers. The curriculum features the word "play" thirteen times, "language" twelve times, "nature" six times, and "math" five times. But there is not a single mention of "literacy" or "writing." Instead, two of the most frequently used words are "learning" (with forty-eight appearances) and "development" (forty-seven). The other Scandinavian countries have similar early childhood education traditions. In Finland, formal teaching of reading doesn't start until the child begins first grade, at age seven, and in the Finnish equivalent of kindergarten, which children enroll in the year they turn six, teachers will only teach reading if a child is showing an interest in it. Despite this lack of emphasis on early literacy, Finland is considered the most literate country in the world, with Norway coming in second, and Iceland, Denmark, and Sweden rounding out the top five, according to a 2016 study by Central Connecticut State University. John Miller, who conducted the study, noted that the five Nordic countries scored so well because "their monolithic culture values reading.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Aditya Ajmera

Raise your children with right values and education. You may end up living frugal but you will die rich; else you will live rich but die poor.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jihan Davincka

Every mom has her own battle. Win yours without being 'nyinyir' to others.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Alex Urbina

Conscious parenting is not about being perfect, it's about being aware. Aware of what your kids need from you to reach more of their full potential.

By Anonym 16 Sep

C. B. Brooks

Identify your Radar – it’s your brain functioning optimally; not a vague intuition or cosmic sixth sense. Train your Radar in key areas like: evaluating people, personal safety, healthy relationships, physical and mental well-being, money and credit cards, career choice, how to get organized. Meet the Radar Jammers. They have the power to turn down or turn off our clear thinking Radars.
Some are well known: alcohol and drugs, peer pressure, infatuation, sleep deprivation.
Others are surprising: showing off, fake complexity, anger, unthinking religions, the need for speed, dangerous personality disorders, and even fast food!
Learn reasonable approaches and specific techniques to deal with them all.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Corrie Ten Boom

A well-known psychologist once said, 'When a child reaches his third birthday, his parents will have given him half of all that they will ever be able to give him in the way of education.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Frank Sonnenberg

People who look up to you watch every move that you make — so don’t let them down.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Gloria Furman

Through the grace shown to us in the gospel, there is something distinctly Christlike about a mother's love for her child.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Miya Yamanouchi

Exactly what are you wanting to teach your children? -How to love and care for themselves, or how to neglect and abandon themselves? Self-sarifice is NOT setting a good example.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Lee Corso

The true test of a person's character is how they treat the people in life that they don't need.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Joanna Faber

When you have a problem with an adult—say, for example, you have a friend who's always borrowing things and returning them late or broken or not at all—you probably don't think about how you can punish that person. You think about how to respectfully protect yourself. You don't say, "Now that you've given me back my jacket with a stain on it, and broken the side mirror off my car, I'm going to . . . slap you." That would be assault. Or ". . . lock you in your room for an hour." That would be imprisonment. Or ". . . take away your smart phone." That would be theft. You'd probably say something like, "I don't feel comfortable lending you clothes anymore. I get very upset when they come back damaged. And, I can't lend you my car, which I just got repaired. I need to have it in working condition. In fact, I'd appreciate some help with the repair bill!

By Anonym 18 Sep

Steve Maraboli

Parental Alienation is an emotional act of violence that is aimed at an adult, but critically wounds a child.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ann Voskamp

How can I help this son of mine see when I can't see? The parent must always self-parent first, self-preach before child-teach, because who can bring peace unless they've held their own peace?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Alfie Kohn

Do we really want to condemn as excessive the use of safety helmets, car seats, playgrounds designed so kids will be less likely to crack their skulls, childproof medicine bottles, and baby gates at the top of stairs? One writer criticizes "the inappropriateness of excessive concern in low-risk environments," but of course reasonable people disagree about what constitutes both "excessive" and "low risk." Even if, as this writer asserts, "a young person growing up in a Western middle-class family is safer today than at any time in modern history," the relevance of that relative definition of safety isn't clear. Just because fewer people die of disease today than in medieval times doesn't mean it's silly to be immunized. And perhaps young people are safer today because of the precautions that some critics ridicule.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Zoe Klein

I adjure you, daughters of Jerusalem, Adore to weeping, Love to laughing, Desire to praising. Tickle, giggle, kiss! Adonai my God, For one moment in love, Let alone a thousand, Let alone my life, For the honor of raising and loving Children in love, Praise of You is ever upon my lips.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Tsara Shelton

This is me telling you, you are amazing and beautiful. You are doing so much right! The children are watching so show them. Show them what it looks like to feel your own worth and celebrate your skills.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Kyran Pittman

Trust me." The words are a prayer, not a warranty. I understand that now.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Iben Dissing Sandahl

The best gift you can give your children is to keep yourself emotionally, physically, spiritually and intellectually healthy.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sue Detweiler

If we, as mothers, are not careful we can begin to find our identity in our children and their behavior

By Anonym 20 Sep

Beth Ann Fennelly

Whether you're explaining where pets go when they die or teaching your child to recycle, your philosophies have ramifications. For the rest of history, echos of your voice will be heard.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Marcia Desanctis

Everything I had to give went to my children, and though I loved them and my husband utterly, the drudgery of the day-to-day made it seem as if not love but coffee, my Toyota and sheer logistics were what propelled me through life.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Charlotte Sophia Kasl

Whether or not you have children yourself, you are a parent to the next generation. If we can only stop thinking of children as individual property and think of them as the next generation, then we can realize we all have a role to play.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Seth Adam Smith

In the quiet of the graveyard, the couple knelt together in soul-stretching silence—wishing, waiting, hoping, praying.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Charles Dickens

That I growed up a man and not a beast says something for me.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Clayton Lessor Ma

Despite what you might believe right now, your son’s future is bright. You only need the right tools to help him get there.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Rahima Baldwin Dancy

The years from three to six provide a lifelong foundation for creativity that should not be undervalued or foreshortened

By Anonym 20 Sep

Matshona Dhliwayo

Your father you esteem. Your mother you pamper. Your relatives you regard. Your friends you value. Your neighbors you respect. Your enemies you pardon.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jen Mann

I realize parenting is hard and boring at times and a four-hour break would be super, but this is the job we signed up for. Some days it sucks, but most days it's great.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Sarah Blake

And why just then, why that moment was the moment in which she understood quite suddenly her own death, she couldn't say. Simply, she saw how he would miss her.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Nailal Fahmi

Sebagai orang tua, saya merasa, setiap pertanyaan anak adalah sebuah “teaching moments”. Itu adalah kesempatan saya untuk mengajarkan atau menjelaskan dengan pandangan yang positif. Walaupun menjelaskan polisi dengan pandangan positif, dengan latar belakang interaksi saya dengan polisi sewaktu membuat SIM, membayar pajak STNK dan sewaktu ditilang, adalah salah satu hal yang agak sulit.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Robert Trivers

The offspring cannot rely on its parents for disinterested guidance. One expects the offspring to be preprogrammed to resist some parental manipulation while being open to other forms. When the parent imposes an arbitrary system of reinforcement (punishment and reward) in order to manipulate the offspring to act against its own best interests, selection will favor offspring that resist such schedules of reinforcement.

By Anonym 19 Sep

John S. C. Abbott

We must be what we wish our children to be. They will form their characters from ours.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Martin L. Kutscher

Forgive your child and yourself nightly. You didn't ask to live with the effects of ADHD any more than did your child.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Stephen Colbert

You can't spell "parentry" without "try." Of course, you'll make a few mistakes. The important thing is that the mistakes you make with your kids are the same ones your parents made with you. At least you know how those turn out.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Josh Hatcher

I know that not every family is a clean-cut nuclear Mom and Dad at home situation - but I think every father needs to do whatever he can to be present in the lives of his kids. If you are in a situation where you have not been - fight for it. Don’t give up till you get it. Don’t be a jerk about it - don’t “fight” mom - but “fight” whatever things tell you to just give up. Send cards, make phone calls, pay your support, and do whatever you can to be present in the lives of your children.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Carew Papritz

It’s a fool who thinks having a kid is a right, which is the biggest crock of fish heads I’ve ever heard.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Kaui Hart Hemmings

I had to ask Scottie what TYVM meant, because now that I’ve narrowed into her activities, I notice she is constantly text-messaging her friends, or at least I hope it’s her friends and not some perv in a bathrobe. “Thank you very much,” Scottie said, and for some reason, the fact that I didn’t get this made me feel completely besieged. It’s crazy how much fathers are supposed to know these days. I come from the school of thought where a dad’s absence is something to be counted on. Now I see all the men with camouflage diaper bags and babies hanging from their chests like little ship figureheads. When I was a young dad, I remember the girls sort of bothered me as babies, the way everyone raced around to accommodate them. The sight of Alex in her stroller would irritate me at times—she’d hang one of her toddler legs over the rim of the safety bar and slouch down in the seat. Joanie would bring her something and she’d shake her head, then Joanie would try again and again until an offering happened to work and Alex would snatch it from her hands. I’d look at Alex, finally complacent with her snack, convinced there was a grown person in there, fooling us all. Scottie would just point to things and grunt or scream. It felt like I was living with royalty. I told Joanie I’d wait until they were older to really get into them, and they grew and grew behind my back.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Kim John Payne

Rest nurtures creativity, which nurtures activity. Activity nurtures rest, which sustains creativity. Each draws from and contributes to the other.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Victoria Secunda

A well-fathered daughter will seek in her partnerships men who mirror the devoted father of childhood, avoiding partnerships that denigrate or compromise her. Having experienced the real thing when she was very young- having been taught self-reliance, she settles for no less when she is an adult.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Susan Sarandon

I just want my kids to love who they are, have happy lives and find something they want to do and make peace with that. Your job as a parent is to give your kids not only the instincts and talents to survive, but help them enjoy their lives." (The Power of One: Belief.net Interview; July 2005)