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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Rudeness by Webster: discourteous or impolite, rough in manners or behavior; not properly or fully developed; I thought you were dumb. Excuse me. It’s my turn not yours (as he pushes in front of a smaller child). Bad manners cost children “Big-Time.” Children who are allowed to grow up engaging in rude, disrespectful, or impolite Continue Reading

Children lie for various reasons: • Lying is actually typical, age-appropriate behavior for children throughout certain stages of childhood. Louise Bates Ames mentions lying in the book Your Four-Year-Old: Wild and Wonderful (Dell, 1976). Ames states that age three the child starts to lie and by age four to six most children brag, exaggerate and Continue Reading

“Envy is the art of counting the other fellow’s blessings instead of your own”-Harold Coffin; “Don’t waste time on jealousy. Sometimes you’re ahead, sometimes you’re behind”-Mary Schmich Webster’s Dictionary states: It is a feeling of discontent with regard to another’s success, possessions, or objects like her intelligence made her the envy of her classmates. I Continue Reading