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As a teen age mom there are so many things you don't know. You do the best that you can. In fact at that moment in time you are doing what is right. I want to share with you a look back over about 24 years of parenting and well I have to say I didn't screw my kids up too bad.
Join the conversation if you are a parent and have reflected on the sweetest things about parenting.
Going to the museum can be a great educational experience for your child, or an occasion for tantrums and junk acquisition. Join About.com experts Terri Mauro (Parenting Special Needs), Cathrine Holecko (Family Fitness), and Susan Adcox (Grandparents) as we talk about how to get some culture without going crazy.
In today’s thought provoking episode Dr. T reviews the article, “How Cultures around the World Think about Parenting” by Amy S. Choi. She then reviews an ABC news article profiling a parent in South Carolina, recently arrested for leaving her 9 year old unsupervised in a playground. In Japan, this would be no issue.
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Thanks for listening. The Kids AtoZ Team.
News Update - Border issues, Police Abuses and the New World Order
This week in The Issues - One step at a time, we will be focusing on specific issues and solutions. This is a special broadcast of The Balanced Approach to address the problems rather than talking about them in general. We want to drive efforts to bring about solutions and not fight over whose fault is whose.
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And Still We Rise A Book By Miles Corwin.
July 16, 2014 at 1:05pm
Chapter 1 - Sadikifu - Tell Me Why
I. Tell Me Why is a Poem written by Sadi about his family, his neighborhood, and plight of black people in America
A. Sadi won first prize in the original poetry category at the city speech championship
B. Sadi has recited his poem for classes and assemblies
C. He is accepted by the gifted students - even the gangbangers like him due to his poetry
D. Sadi joined Speech Club because he felt like an outsider - He gravitated to the poetry competitions
E. Sadi was lonely outside of the gifted program
F. When he tried to articulate his opinions the other students shouted, "Stop trying to act White"
G. Sadi once felt like a traitor for excelling in school
II. Home Life for Sadi
A. He lived in a 3 story apartment building with welfare families
B. The community was filled with Gang Graffiti
C. There were abandoned businesses in his neighborhood
D. Sadi dislike his father for leaving his mother
E. Sadi Rebel at School in the Early years
III. Sadi did consort with gang members
A. He instigated a fight between his tagging crew and a rival set
B. Sadi lost his best friend to gun violence
C. Sadi witnessed gun fights
D. Sadi was arrested for consorting with gang member
E. Sadi joined the Front Hood 60's
F. When Sadi was young he joined a tagging crew
IV. Sadi did experience high and lows with School
A. Sadi was expelled for insigating a fight
"It seems that the more the government tries to get involved in “fixing” the economy, the worse it gets. They print money, create regulations that result in artificial bubbles like the housing market, and pick corporate winners and losers. Government bureaucrats should not decide how you or I spend our time and money. If they really want to help the economy improve, they should focus on making regulations predictable and uncomplicated, simplifying the tax code, and letting businesses stand or fail on their own merit. " (Wendy Lynn Day)
Tonight, Wendy Lynn Day (Republican Candidate District 47 MI, House of Repressentatives, MI) will join us in discussing hot bedded isuues of your taxes, common core, jobs healthcare and more.
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Today we have a big topic, and our show title is Turning 18 What does it Mean? Marquel Green, the Co-Creator of A Theory of Parenting on Blogtalkradio.com has celebrated his 18th Birthday! He now has the "Adult" status. Turning 18 - What does it Mean?When your child turns 18, he will legally become an adult in the eyes of the law.This marks an important transition in your child's life and presents some parenting challenges that are different that when your child was growing up. Legal adulthood for your child does not mean that your job as a parent is over, but turning 18 does mark a new phase in your relationship with your child. Read more : http://www.ehow.com/info The fact that your child is now an adult in the eyes of the law does not mean that she no longer needs parental guidance. The late teen years are a time when teens must make decisions about who they want to be as adults.
Becoming an adult is a process that is taking longer and longer, and most parents find that they still play the role of parent well into their child's 20s. Continue to provide emotional support and guidance to your child for the next several years. Child psychologist Richard Weissbourd has argued that a strong and close relationship with a parent can help children navigate the transition into adulthood and full independence.
Ever since the murder of Trayvon Martin the night of February 26, 2012, Florida's and every state's "Stand Your Ground Law" has come in to question. There have been some cases where the "Stand Your Ground Law" was properly used. There have been cases where the "Stand Your Ground Law" was improperly used. There have also been cases where the "Stand Your Ground Law" should have been applied, but wasn't. Tune in as Mr. Yancey discusses different cases in which this very controversial law has come in to play. You can call in with your questions and comments at (914)338-0665
President and First Lady address young African leaders, US economy grew by 4% in the second quarter, Police urged to carry drugs antidote, Seattle cop issues 80% of city's marijuana tickets, Tesla is to team up with Panasonic to build manufacturing plant, This week in court and much more..
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