1.Always speak positive about the future,never use fear tactics.
2.Have dinners at the kitchen table,this is a lost art,trust me it will work wonders in your relationship.
3.Always promote education and entrepreneurship,these two subjects are the wave,keep an open mind and do your research on successful business minds across the globe.
4.Show interest in the music he or she likes,try to draw parallels to the icons of your era.
5.Explain the importance of your family name,tell them about the consequences of breaking the law and how peer pressure can lead them down the wrong path as well.
These are some of my parenting tips I’ve used over almost three decades,good luck.
We have all heard “Out with the old, in with the new.” It sounds so pleasant, but it can be very difficult. Sometimes it can happen abruptly and without warning.
If you have read some of my previous posts, you will know that I went through a season of unfortunate events. The first unfortunate event was the second accident in my minivan. I was on my way to the body shop to get an estimate for a rear end collision that caused some minor damage to my rear bumper. I had planned on doing some Christmas shopping as well. I had my mother and my two-year-old son in tow at the time when a pickup truck crossed the median, T-boned another truck which in turn hit me, pushing my van into oncoming traffic on the opposite side of the highway. The first truck went on to hit the car behind…
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