June 23, 2017

It takes a Super Mom to Grow a Super Hero – Use These Talking Words

Believe it or not, using one pronoun over another can actually improve a parent-child relationship.

Using “I” over “you” is one such example.

When Mom tells Joey, “I like it better when your bed is made in the morning,” he knows she is talking about herself.

But if Mom says, “You didn’t make your bed this morning,” Joey knows the finger is pointing directly at him.

With this approach, you take responsibility for the situation; you put it under your control. You direct the child’s attention toward pleasing you – his parent or teacher – rather than on naughty behavior.

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Peeking at the Super Power of Our Young Super Minds

The Super Minds of our Young Super Heroes are often untapped:
TEACHER: Glen, why do you always get so dirty?
GLEN: Well, I’m a lot closer to the ground than you are.

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Guest Blog: Super Food Needed to Make Super Heroes

If your child has trouble at school, a key factor is likely to be what they are eating for breakfast. Cheerios or Chocolate Frosted Sugar Bombs for breakfast are a sure way to make your child unhappy, fidgety, tired, and unable to concentrate; No Super Hero can function like that.

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Guest Blog: Raising Boys to Become Super Heroes

This is our final installment of blogs on the subject: Raising Boys! Join the converstation with our earlier blogs.

How do you expect them to go out into the world and get good paying jobs when they “faked” their way through the days of their childhood “job” as a student? Start now, make them do the homework, help them understand, and let them take PRIDE in doing it THEMSELVES.

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Real Life Super Heroes are … Well, REAL!

There are 100’s, maybe thousands of REAL LIFE Super Heroes. More are pouring onto the streets daily.

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