Are You an Author-ity? © Judy H. Wright www.ArtichokePress.com The easiest way to become an expert, specialist, power to be reckoned with, a person of influence and someone deemed to know what they are talking about–in other words, an authority–is
Often parenting advice is handed out like Kool-aide. However, this young man went against the parenting advice to study creative writing instead of medicine. Did you follow the advice of your parents or make your own road? Are you glad you did? What will parenting advice will you give your kids?
This is a handout I recently shared with the Montana State Child Care Association. The topic of the workshop was on Character & Heart Values. What Makes “A Good Person?” ©Judy Helm Wright www.judyhwright.com Caring, Cooperation, Courage, Courtesy, Communicate,
Learning Disabled Teens And Teasing – No Easy Answers Parents, teachers, extended family and neighbors recognize the special challenges of those who love and teach learning disabled children and adults. They are usually sensitive, kind and giving as small children.
Why won’t my kid behave? What makes him so angry? How can I control his angry behavior? Why is his behavior rude and obnoxious? How can we teach respect and responsibility? Are all kids his age lazy? What am I
Hello from beautiful Montana: Wow! Just when our children were raised and became intelligent, thoughtful and kind adults, along came our grandchildren who needed encouragement and guidance. Today’s parents and teens face new challenges which make adolescence more troublesome than
Hello from beautiful Montana, When you have a headache do you rub your temples or push hard with your index finger between your eyes? How about when you were upset, did you hold your belly or hug yourself tightly? Do
Hello from beautiful Montana: Conflict is inevitable. As long as we have at least two human beings interacting, we will have at least two opinions on how things should be done. You cannot avoid conflict, but you can control it with confidence and