How warm, though, things like admiration and appreciation made one feel, how capable of really deserving them, how different, how glowing. They seemed to quicken unsuspected That's where admiration comes in. Admiration from you and others they care for begins to take the blurriness of who they are becoming and brings it into focus. It makes them feel a little freer and walk a little taller.
Remember that you are a role model for your child. Your child is bonded with you in the deepest love and admiration. That is why he or she wants to be like you, at least when he or she is young. Whatever you do, your child will do. Whatever you say or believe, your child will repeat.
Well-liked kids are fun to be around. They are good team players, share, encourage, respect differences, and listen openly. They are also fair, respectful, and enjoyable. Kids with attitudes are just the opposite. More often than not, they are poor sports, disrespectful, gossipy, and unforgiving. As a result, they are also more likely to be picked last for the team, play group, or even as friends.
She is half girl, half woman in these sixteen-to-nineteen years. Her emotions are reflective of that mix. She wants independence but needs belonging. She wants to be admired by those close to her but is idealistic in terms of what that admiration looks like.
For her pains, Cindy Cutler was slandered, and her daughter was denied a prize she really deserved. This did annoy her, but despite the slings and arrows from her so-called friends, Cindy stuck to her guns and continued to earn the respect and admiration of her daughter Teresa and her friends, and of all the other members of her family. History has vindicated Cindy. Her principled vision of motherhood has produced wonderful kids and a happy family life.
As you watch your daughter wake up, your job is relatively simple. You sing to her, pray with her, snuggle with her, and teach her about Jesus. You create space for her to grow, but stay near enough to cuddle. You allow her to toddle down the lane, but only within the sound of your shouts of admiration and delight.
Spend 15 minutes or more of quality time with your child every day. Gain thorough knowledge into who he or she is spending time with and what they are doing. It is easier for children or young people to change their aggressive behavior if they feel they are reasonably well liked and listened to by their parents caregivers.
Ask the parents to create a list of the strengths, assets, and positive behaviors they recognize in their spouse assign each spouse to verbally acknowledge their appreciation of and admiration for one specific positive quality of their partner at least two times per day.
We would also help her see that her value goes beyond the boundaries of her physical being. Girls with eating disorders need to see that they have things to offer besides their physical appearance and their perfect performance. They can be good friends . . . they can volunteer with younger children . . . they can be artists who don't have to color inside the lines.
Several years ago, a fifteen-year-old girl came to camp who had never been to Daystar. Laura was brought to counseling because of her explosive anger at home. Her teachers said she was a model student. She was well-liked by her peers at school. All of her disappointment, hurt, and anger was stored up during the day and poured out at home each night. Her parents were not only concerned they were exhausted.
If your daughter is heading down the same road as Susan, help her see that she is more than her physical appearance. Encourage her. Tell her about the strength and the beauty you see inside her rather than just on the outside. If she is drawn to relationships with guys and uncomfortable around girls, put her in safe groups where she has to build relationships with other girls.
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