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The freedom of American life, for example, might have given the children habits that would prove unacceptable to their mothers and fathers. Louise France mentioned the accelerated divorce rate between husbands who stayed in Britain and ...

Author: Carlton Jackson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000460506

Category: History

Page: 242

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This book, first published in 1985, is a scholarly examination of the of the British wartime evacuation of 4 million people, mostly children, from the cities to the countryside – and how it affected social life during the war years. It uses hitherto unpublished material from the collections of the Children’s Overseas Reception Board and the Mass Observation Archive.
2021-11-21 By Carlton Jackson

There is a way out and you may be the only person in your grandchildren's lives who will take a stand for them. You need to get the children out of that home. If you want to take on the day—to—day responsibility of parenting your ...

Author: John C. Cates

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781462077205

Category: Self-Help

Page: 146

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Art Greer-Assistant to the General Presbyter, The Presbytery of New Covenant Presbyterian Church (U.S. A.) When parents came to me, having discovered their child was involved in drugs, and asked, "What in the word do I do now?", my answer was simple: "See John Cates!" It still is. Barring that, this book, Recovering Our Children, is the next best thing! Phil Lineberger-Pastor of William Trace Baptist Church of Houston, Texas and Past President of the Baptist General Convention of Texas Recovering Our Children is a winner. John Cates and Jennifer Cummings draw upon their education and experience to help parents recognize the evidence of a young person's abuse of chemicals, to help the parents and young person reach out to those who can help, and to help the parents and young person reclaim control of their own lives. This book will serve as a valuable and encouraging tool for those who have reached the end of their rope. I highly recommend Recovering Our Children Patricia Creer-Past President of the Texas Association of Addiction Professionals Recovering Our Children, derived from experience with thousands of children and their families is reflective of the hard earned lessons of professionals who have intervened in a personal way for a number of years. I hope that this book will reach many in need, for it will help them. But I also hope that those who compose the community that will nurture Alternative Peer Groups will read it and pay attention.
2003-01-21 By John C. Cates

No longer can we explain how some Israelites were once in bondage in Egypt and how God saved them. ... If our children are to have faith, every aspect of church life must be inspired, judged, and informed by how well it nurtures our ...

Author: John H. Westerhoff III

Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 9780819228017

Category: Religion

Page: 208

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Originally written in 1976, and translated into six languages, this classic critique of Christian education is newly revised and expanded and includes Westerhoff's overview and perspective on the state Christian education over the past forty years-plus his role in that history. According to Westerhoff, instead of guiding faith formation within the family, the church, and the school, we relegate religious education to Sunday morning classes. There, children learn the facts about religion, but how will they learn or experience faith? How can we nourish and nurture the faith of children, instead of only teaching the facts?
2012-08-01 By John H. Westerhoff III

Changes in circumstances would not expand a child's opportunities in a society with completely equal opportunity, because all circumstance groups would have the same opportunities. However, in the context of significant inequality of ...

Author: José R. Molinas Vega

Publisher: World Bank Publications

ISBN: 9780821386996

Category: Medical

Page: 154

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The (Human Opportunity Index) HOI calculates how personal circumstances (like birthplace, wealth, race or gender) impact a child's probability of accessing the services that are necessary to succeed in life, like timely education, running water or connection to electricity. It was first published in 2008, applied to Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). The findings were eye-opening: behind the enormous inequality that characterizes the region's distribution of development outcomes (income, land ownership and educational attainment, among others), there is an even more worrying inequality of development opportunities. It is not only rewards that are unequal; it is also chances. The problem is not just about equality; it is about equity too. The playing field is uneven from the start. This book reports on the status and evolution of human opportunity in LAC. It builds on the 2008 publication in several directions. First, it uses newly-available data to expand the set of opportunities and personal circumstances under analysis. The data is representative of some 200 million children living in 19 countries over the last 15 years. Second, it compares human opportunity in LAC with that of developed countries, among them the US and France, two very different models of social policy. This allows for illuminating exercises in benchmarking and extrapolation. And third, it looks at human opportunity within countries across regions, states and cities. This gives us a preliminary glimpse at the geographic dimension of equity, and at the role that different federal structures play. The overall message that emerges is one of cautious hope. LAC is making progress in opening the doors of development to all. But it still has a long way to go. At the current pace, it would take, on average, a generation for the region to achieve universal access to just the basic services that make for human opportunity. Seen from the viewpoint of equity, even most successful nations lag far behind the developed world. And intra-county regional disparities are large, and barely converging. Fortunately, there is much policy makers can do about it.
2011-11-16 By José R. Molinas Vega

We are attempting to refine and encourage our children in the direction of their own dreams and endeavors, so that they might become all that ... Our reality dictates that they will take over, and so will their children someday in turn.

Author: Wayne W. Dyer

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 9780062013194

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 480

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World-famous author Wayne Dyer, the doctor who taught millions how to take charge of their own lives in the bestselling classics Your Erroneous Zones and Pulling Your Own Strings, reveals how to help your kids take charge of their own happiness. If you have children, then you have dreams for them. You want to see them growing up happy, healthy, self-reliant, and confident in themselves and their abilities. You’ve also probably wondered if you'll be able to give them all this. There's good news: you can. Wayne Dyer shares the wisdom and guidance that have already helped millions of readers take charge of their lives and shows how to make all your hopes for your children come true. Learn valuable advice including Dyer’s original seven simple secrets for building your child's self-esteem every day; how to give very young children all the love they need without spoiling them; how to encourage risk-taking without fear of failure; action strategies for dealing with both your own anger and your child's; the right way (and the wrong way) to improve your child's behavior; the secrets of raising kids relatively free of illness; techniques that encourage children to enjoy life, and much more. It's all here – straightforward, commonsense advice that no parent can afford to do without.
2010-08-24 By Wayne W. Dyer

~Engage in activities with your children. Whether it be sports, cooking, crafts, or exercise, plan time to do something fun together. My girls love to cook desserts with me. When I make time to bake, they are there in the kitchen with ...

Author: Rebecca Greenwood

Publisher: Charisma Media

ISBN: 9781616385682

Category: Religion

Page: 240

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DIV Let Our Children Go is a handbook for parents, pastors, and leaders to help free children from evil influences and demonic harassment. Full of true stories about young people who have been set free, it explains the necessity of deliverance ministry for children and discusses many of the issues they face in today’s world. /div
2011-09-09 By Rebecca Greenwood

It may take time, but eventually it will take root. 8. Avoid using food as a reward: This may work in the short term. A child may eat her broccoli to earn a dessert or be comforted by a piece of candy to soothe an owie, but in the long ...

Author: Yvette DuMouchel

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781387322114

Category: Cooking


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In Planting Seeds of Nourishment you will find over 40 whole-food based snack recipes created for and tested by kids! Simple, nourishing and delicious are the criteria that all of her recipes meet resulting in snacks that will satisfy even the pickiest eater. Throughout this book you'll find juicy tidbits of practical and straightforward nutritional information that can be applied to the whole family. It may even encourage you to take a closer look at your own eating habits.
2018-01-16 By Yvette DuMouchel

The curriculum review now under way, which will take us into the twenty-first century, is an opportunity to start again with a different set of conceptions in mind, the conceptions that are the theme of this chapter.

Author: Colin Richards

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135710385

Category: Education

Page: 240

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A team of highly regarded contributors were invited to take a rational look at the future of primary schools, particularly during the first 20 years of the next millennium. They were asked to consider many questions, including: What are the roots of primary education? What is the justification for a radical agenda? How well is the system working and in what ways could it further optimize its effectiveness in the interests of the participants? What is a primary school, and what purpose does it serve, and what ends does it have in view? Are these ends appropriate for the future? This book, then, represents the thinking of key scholars and researchers working in the area of primary education and will be essential reading for those involved with the education of primary-aged children.
2005-06-23 By Colin Richards

Selfworth is not achieved by bragging or boasting about achievements – that is just feeding the ego. Sensible, sincere congratulations and encouragement are what is needed when our children have achieved well. We can express our joy at ...

Author: Patti Blamire

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781496998842

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 124

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What does it take to become a teacher, a nurse, an accountant or a plumber? It takes a few years of study and/or apprenticeship. Being educated for our chosen career gives one the knowledge and confidence to succeed in that vocation. What does it take to become a parent...usually little more than a few moments of pleasure? Which education system prepares us for our role as parents? I believe that being a Mom or a Dad is THE most important career assignment we will ever be given and yet we receive little or no preparation for this life-long task. In the past, parents produced many children in order to compliment their challenging work load. Today however, most parents would like to give their children more than what they themselves have had; they also want them to have a happy and comfortable childhood and then they envision success, fulfillment and happiness for their offspring in their adult lives. Have you thought of how you would go about assisting your child to achieve these milestones of life? ‘The Gifts you can Afford to give your Children’ offers some thoughts on subjects such as: The Gift of Creativity – how to help your child find the creativity within himself; The Gift of Honesty and Integrity – the value of living a truth-filled life; The Gift of Humour – finding and enjoying the lighter side of life together as a family; The Gift of Self-worth and Confidence… It also looks at finding the Light within ourselves and our children – the gentle vibration within every living cell in our Universe. It proposes a deeper, more satisfying and creative approach to raising children…a conscious and thoughtful way of exploring parenthood.
2015-04-07 By Patti Blamire

The soul of your child is accessible through delving into your heart. The new baby may be close to the parents in the ... It will take between twenty one to twenty five years for the human aspect of the soul to be fully incarnated.

Author: Ramiel Nagel

Publisher: Rami Nagel

ISBN: 9780982021316

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 401

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Nagel reveals the actual cause of the following diseases: Birth Defects, Sudden Infant Death, Autism, Infertility, Colic, Tooth Decay, Miscarriage, Infant Mortality, Morning sickness, Premature Birth, Scoliosis, Postpartum Depression, and Mental Disabilities. The true cause is our toxic foods, our toxic medicines, our toxic environment, and our toxic world. In knowing this and learning to make wise choices, you become empowered to prevent these conditions.
2009 By Ramiel Nagel