In our today's society children are loosing their self-esteem and meaning for building a strong foundation in schools for the benefit of being fundamentally educated. In fact, the average household is missing somewhat the important values in life to promote better health, education, and sustainability for the benefit of growing in their astute abilities to live out the quality of life.
Consequently, there appear to be a lack of communication between the parents and his or her children that if for some apparent reason there is no time during the day to establish the relationships that are needed for our children to maintain balance in his or her life. Sometimes due to uneducated households children may tend to draw back from the things that will assist them in becoming a sound individual in whatever their art entail and without reaching out to a mentor for help, turn to negative influences in life which is mostly a pitfall that adds to their failure altogether.
What is happening to our generation of young people is despicable, because he or she is not even safe in the school house anymore. When an innocent child who is disrespected because he or she has a disability whereas he or she can not understand how to cope, it is of the utmost responsibility of a responsible adult who is either a leader, teacher, affiliate faith associate, caregiver, and all other officials who enlist this title to not take for granted who he or she represent, but to uphold the best character as possible for our children to gain that respect as portrayed before him or her. Moreover, it is time for our Leaders to expect from our children what you speak into their lives.
However, it is not so much of the Leader being the 'big boss' that our children can not comprehend what is their expectation, but the readiness to focus on the maturity and growth of each individual child's needs. Every child has a right to his or her opinion, so as long as, the child understands his or her role in the influential circle of people that will take time to listen to their hearts in the everyday upheavals that each child has to endure in life.
Angie, 041811, @ 1:38 p.m.
"Let's Begin Again To Motivate Our Children With Positive Influences"