Nobody ever wished to admit defeat, regardless whether if it’s shown on your face, bold and highlighted as a horrible reminder every time you glance in the mirror. It’s rather difficult to allow a person the chance of walking in your shoes when they seem to be double-knotted infinitely to your feet with the refusal of ever loosening. With each day there is the best of the best, and the worst of the worst and sometimes just stopping to wonder if there is anyone, anyone at all who fully and completely understands…well that is all it takes to break you down to pieces. You show a part of yourself you never even thought you held. Still, it never automatically skips to meaning defeat and there are many times that feeling of such overwhelm is misinterpreted. If you feel angry that no one understands you, you may be better to get help through online counseling.
No one is perfect, and no one will ever be, and the more lying about it to the world, the awareness of who you are, starts to slow. Perfection is a dream, not a reality. But noticing that everyone else around is just as imperfect is what should bring the smile upon your face. Pointless is pointless in itself. No one ever really wants to know it, for it’s when that feeling is felt that everything really is… pointless.…
The Importance of Communicating With Your Child
From birth to the age of five, children form all sorts of new brain connections (called synapses) as a result of learned behavior. These formative years are crucial and parents are a big part of it. We give our children their first glimpses into the world of right and wrong, love and hate, body language, emotions and so much more. The parent-child relationship is one of the most influential relationships in a person’s life.
Even when you think they are not noticing you, they are watching and drinking it all in. We often forget this, which is why we are so surprised when teachers and other authority inform us of some of the behaviors of our child.
Five Ways to Start Conversations with Your Child
1. Bond over a shared activity – Young children are very visual learners. Choose an activity that not only teaches them something but also gives you time to actually communicate with one another. Consider cooking with your child one night a week or engaging in a hobby together.
2. Discuss family matters – It is not uncommon for parents to walk around the house as if they are the only two there. Kids can go unnoticed except for the fulfillment of their needs. Hold a family meeting and let everyone talk. Also, when they are old enough, talk about finances, household chores, and expectations.
3. Watch the news – Kids are concerned about what is going on around them too. They may have worries or questions. Watch a nightly news program which can then lead into discussing those concerns and answering their questions.…