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Is your child out of control, arguing with you all the time, lying, talking back and leaving you to believe that you are an unfit parent?
The Total Transformation Program by James Lehman is is an outstanding use-at-home parenting program that provides step by step strategies that really works.
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More and more parents and coaches are reporting that their teen or athlete is "out of control," lacks discipline and seldom responds to "my words." Author and friend, James Lehman, has put together a program that teaches parents how to say "the right words" and actions in response to out of control teens or children.
The program is called: The Total Transformation. I did a review on this program and the creator is allowing WrestlingTalk members to try
It's the responsibility of parents and coaches to teach young children sports safety. Just like we teach our children the angers involved in crossing the street, we must also teach them how to be safe while playing sports. This ScottCounseling.com article will help you, the parent or coach, take steps to keep children safe while playing sports.
The Athletic Trainers Association published this article in August, 2007 as a guideIs Your Child Safe Playing Sports?
All athletes often require better eating habits. Just as your athletic child needs to practice his or her sport on a regular basis, he or she also needs to practice good eating habits. Because your athletic child's body is being physically challenged at a rate above that of a normal child, parents are wise to become as knowledgeable to help meet the nutritional needs required to keep the athlete healthy.
The old adage that claims, "The family that eat together, stays together,"
- Be a role model. Build physical activity into your day. When your children see you exercising, they will become active. If you are a beginner at working out, take your time and let your children know that people are never too old to change their habits or learn to have fun exercising.
- Support your child's choices of physical activities. Yes, it's important that they are safe, but safety comes on how to make the activity more safe. . Encourage you child to dance, skateboard, participate in