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The famine ended, and Abram and his household, among them his nephew Lot, returned to their old place in Canaan, between Beth-El and Ay. Abram was now very rich. He had flocks, silver, and gold in abundance. Lot also had a great number of sheep and cattle. But whereas Abram’s shepherds abided strictly by the rules given to them by their pious master concerning trespassing upon the property of others, Lot’s shepherds were rough men who did not respect this spirit of justice. Thus there were constant arguments and strife between the herdsmen of Abram and Lot. Soon complaints reached Abram about the misbehavior of Lot’s herdsmen and the strife between the shepherds. Abram therefore called Lot and said to him: “Let there be no strife, I pray thee, between me and thee, and between my herdsmen and thy herdsmen; for we are brethren. Is not the whole land before thee? Separate thyself, I pray thee, from me; if thou wilt take the left hand, then I will go to the right, or if thou take the right hand, then I will go to the left.”
Dianne Ochiltree is a nationally recognized author of books for the very young. Authors Beat interviewed her recently at the 2013 Florida Writers Association conference. This highly successful and motivated author offers a fascinating insight into a very different kind of writing and the hard work involved with her creations. We then interviewed Dr. Alan M. Davick, asking him whether kids are really wilder now than ever before or is it something we are doing wrong. What is “mis-kidding” and how can we help children choose better behaviors. Every parent, teacher, grandparent and anyone having something to do with children will find this chat with Alan M. Davick, M.D., author of Managing Misbehavior in Kids, a very practical and useful experience. The question is: Are we really hurting our kids by “Permissive Idiocy?”
War on the Horizon (WOH) is an organization designed to prepare Afrikan people worldwide for survival in the 21st Century. As a Race of people, we are under the international threat of an active program of genocide. If we do not prepare to defend our interests and those of our future generations, we will face the same fate that the Native inhabitants (Red man and woman) of the Western Hemisphere faced in the 19th Century – genocide.
white-sex is a term coined by the PanAfrikan community to describe the psychology of european thought and action. It provides deep insight into european thinking and a primary social reference point from which to analyze european culture. More than anything, it provides the most useful paradigm ever created to understand european psychopathology throughout history to include white aggression in the world today. Traditionally, Black people have discussed white sexual misbehavior separately and distinctly from white aggression and/or racism. For the first time in modern psychology, and perhaps the history of the world, a paradigm exists that can be used to comprehend white social misbehavior as a collective, organized mentality that governs the way whites behave in:
Join Sara Bingham, WeeHands Founder and author of The Baby Signing Book, each week as she shares parenting tips, language development strategies, and the joys of connecting with your baby, toddler and/or preschool child.
This week, Sara will chat with Sharon Silver, the founder of www.proactiveparenting.net, an author, speaker, blogger, coach, radio and TV segment host with a passion for bringing awareness to the communication between parent and child so understanding, teaching and learning can be achieved as a parent corrects behavior.
Sharon believes that all misbehavior is a form of communication. The key is to discover what's motivating your child's behavior so you can help them truly learn. Parents need to communicate, and ask questions versus assume, in order to decode behavioral situations.
Learn more about how WeeHands and signing with your baby at www.weehands.com or share with us on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/weehands.
Dr. Cletus R. Bulach is a retired Ohio school superintendent and associate professor emeritus at the University of West Georgia. He is the author of numerous articles in educational journals and is co-author of the book Creating a Culture for A High Performing School: A Comprehensive Approach to School Reform, Dropout Prevention, and Bullying Behavior. His website is www.westga.edu/~cbulach. The reform and school culture described in the book create a learning environment where students’ five basic needs are met. This leads to improved test scores and a 75% reduction in student discipline and misbehavior problems.
My guest Sarah Adams-Nowlin is the author of the hit essay Be Cool To The Pizza Dude. Sarah grew up in the Midwest and graduated with my BA and MA out of Wisconsin. She currently lives in Washington State, working at a community college. Sarah (used to work for a phone company while living in Minneapolis and finishing up my MA. But lost her job, along with a lot of others, due to corporate misbehavior. That's when she moved to Washington.) Sarah is married and the busy mom to a toddler who is currently in her princess phase. She say's I'd normally say, I enjoy hiking in the Cascades and Olympics, but have been a little busy with my daughter.
Hosted Dominick Domasky
A dysfunctional family is a family in which conflict, misbehavior, and often child neglect or abuse on the part of individual parents occur continually and regularly, leading other members to accommodate such actions. Children sometimes grow up in such families with the understanding that such an arrangement is normal. Dysfunctional families are primarily a result of co-dependent adults, and may also be affected by addictions, such as substance abuse (alcohol, drugs, etc.), or sometimes an untreated mental illness. Dysfunctional parents may emulate or over-correct from their own dysfunctional parents. In some cases, a "child-like" parent will allow the dominant parent to abuse their children.
You get a call from your school and your son/daughter was caught misbehaving. How do you deal with that situation? What's the difference between abuse and discipline? What does it mean to "Spare the rod...spoil the child" How can you discipline your child the way God wants you to? Before you grab the belt make sure you listen to this show!
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2014 New Beginnings Cleanse #7 - Break a Rule – Be Popular – with Author - Rick Lewis
Welcome to the 2014 Revolution of Engagement Series with Skip Lackey!
Show #7 – Break-a-Rule - Be Popular - Over 7-straight days we will be exploring a way to start off your year by cleansing yourself of old unrecognized rules that cause us to have lead a mediocre life.
Rick Lewis - Founder and Author of the "7 Rules You Were Born to Break" and BreakaRule.com with be sharing his highly regarded platform and method for ANYONE to recognize the impact that following certain societal rules, because we are programmed to do so... and have NO idea of how these unwritten rules are at play in our lives.
Rick travels around North America sharing his message and is a highly sought after keynote speaker for conferences and meetings. What he has to share will shatter old paradigms that keep you bound and help you let go of old unwanted behaviors and habits that hold you back to creating the life you long to lead.
If you are interested in finding out more about Rick and "Break A Rule" or the Engagement Supplements to practice rule breaking with "actions of intelligent misbehavior" - go to: www.BreakaRule.com to find out if you are a rule breaker and how you can practice breaking rules that bind you and be free!
The Original air date of this show was on May 25th. 2013. The topic of the show is "My guest Darren Kavinoky's career as an attorney, inspirational speaker, television personality/ host, legal analyst. The focus will be on current trials that are happening including the Arias Trial Verdict and on Darren's history and how he has gotten to the successful point of where he is today". Darren Kavinoky is a criminal behavior expert, trial lawyer, TV analyst, author, and keynote speaker, we can truly say that he is an extremely accomplished man amongst all trades. Darren is known as an award-winning criminal defense attorney. Darren has authored two legal textbooks for major legal publishers in the field of criminal law. Darren is the creator and host of the television show Deadly Sins, which airs on Investigation Discovery. As the show's criminal behavior expert, Darren explains the root causes of the most extreme forms of human misbehavior. He also guest-hosts live courtroom coverage for In Session on truTV (formerly Court TV). Darren's legal expertise and off-center wit make him an especially engaging contributor on many other TV shows as well. He has worked as both a field correspondent and as in-studio talent for Entertainment Tonight and The Insider.
Are you paying attention to the numerous infractions your child engages in? There is a principle that says, “Whatever you pay attention to, you get more of!” Make sure you are watering the flowers, not the weeds. Do you want more misbehavior or more on track behavior? The answer to that question will tell you which behaviors to give your full attention and excitement to.
Dr Lynne Kenney is a mother of two, a practicing pediatric psychologist at in Scottsdale, AZ, and the author of The Family Coach Method. She has advanced fellowship training in forensic psychology and developmental pediatric psychology from Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School and Harbor-UCLA/UCLA Medical School. Her NEW co-authored book BLOOM: Helping children blossom with Wendy Young Combines her love for motor movement and brain development, Dr. Lynne’s newest endeavor, Play Math, is helping children ages 6-11 learn their math facts with playground balls and hoola-hoops for better algebraic thinking.
Bloom focuses on providing your children with the words and actions they need to develop better cognitive, social and emotional skills without punishment.
Today's Topic is " My guest Darren Kavinoky career as an attorney, inspirational speaker, television personality/ host, legal analyst. The focus will be on current trials that are happening including the Arias Trial Verdict and on Darren’s history and how he has gotten to the successful point of where he is today". Darren Kavinoky is a criminal behavior expert, trial lawyer, TV analyst, author, and keynote speaker, we can truly say that he is an extremely accomplished man amongst all trades. Darren is known as an award-winning criminal defense attorney. Darren has authored two legal textbooks for major legal publishers in the field of criminal law. Darren is the creator and host of the television show Deadly Sins, which airs on Investigation Discovery. As the show’s criminal behavior expert, Darren explains the root causes of the most extreme forms of human misbehavior. He also guest-hosts live courtroom coverage for In Session on truTV (formerly Court TV). Darren’s legal expertise and off-center wit make him an especially engaging contributor on many other TV shows as well. He has worked as both a field correspondent and as in-studio talent for Entertainment Tonight and The Insider.
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