kids. Saturday , April 22nd , 2017 - 04:27:50 AM
Timothy Kasser, Ph.D. says that "Stressing personal growth and self expression will help a child focus more on inward experiences and less on trying to find satisfaction in external objects."
I personally think that the less you challenge it, the less you give it power. Remember, the less power you give it, the more it's going to die its natural death. That process is called extinction. If you don't respond to a behavior and give it power, the more likely that it will become extinct; it's going to die out like the dinosaurs. But if you feed the behavior and play with it, youll only nurture the disrespect. In my opinion, the worst thing you can do is challenge it inconsistently: lets say sometimes you let it slide and then sometimes you confront your child. When you do that, those behaviors tend to become more entrenched. I understand that many times it's not easy to ignore mildly disrespectful behavior. Thats why I think its helpful if you can talk to your spouse, a friend or relative about it.
By converting their energy habits from public utilities to renewable energy sources, you need to let them know they are taking part in a movement that could eventually eliminate pollution in large cities. This is not a pipe dream and we must realize that one day we will not be burning these fossil fuels because they will no longer be available to burn, so kids have the ability to be game changers one day in this field.
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