Where did I go wrong? What could I have done different? Why does he/she act that way toward me? These are all questions I have heard other parents say while in distress about their child’s behavior. Since my children are still very young, I have not uttered these words myself and hope I never do. If I play my cards right I will do a good job of observing the successes and failures of others and implement them in such a fashion as to eliminate the need to ever utter those words. Hindsight is 20/20 No statement has ever been [. . .]
No, I don’t mean fit to parent. I believe that if you want to be the best parent you can be, then you need to be physically fit. What is being physically fit? It is the culmination of healthy eating and exercise. What! No sweet sugary goodness? Go ahead and indulge in your dietary vices, but do so in moderation. Calories In and Calories Out If you want to lose weight and get in shape it is as easy as calories in and calories out. But, I have a thyroid problem or a (fill in the blank) condition. Yes there [. . .]
So… which one are you. I saw this saying on a automotive business sign and it made me think about how people view themselves in regards to their age and what society sees as appropriate behavior for that age. I am 39 years old. How should I act? Do I need to slow down or am I too slow? I say I am 18 years old with 21 years experience. How old are you?