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3 things to say instead of we can't afford that

Like a lot. And one of the things that I’ve started becoming more aware of is the kind of things that we’re saying. And I’ve noticed that there are certain phrases that I say often that aren’t necessarily in line with reality. The one I’ve heard myself saying the most is “We can’t afford that.” Now obviously there are things we can’t afford… and by we, I mean our family, but I also mean all of us. But the reality is, we probably could afford that (whatever ‘that’ may be in the moment), but we choose not to spend our money on it. So, I’m trying to be intentional about making sure my kids understand the difference between ‘we can’t afford that’ and ‘we choose not to spend our money on that’. 1. 2. 3. So I want to know… is there something else you tell your kids besides ‘we can’t afford it’? Jenny (290 Posts) Jenny Solar is the co-founder of The Happy Family Movement and Phone Monsters, Inc.

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ADHD Not a Real Disease, Says Leading Neuroscientist Dr. Bruce Perry

Bruce D. Perry, M.D., Ph.D, recently stated publicly that Attention Deficit/Hyper-Activity Disorder (ADHD) is not ‘a real disease,’ and warned of the dangers of giving psycho-stimulant medications to children. Speaking to the Observer, Dr. Perry noted that the disorder known as ADHD should be considered a description of a wide range of symptoms that many children and adults exhibit, most of which are factors that everyone of us displays at some point during our lives. “It is best thought of as a description. Dr. His comments are quite refreshing at a time when diagnoses for ADHD in the UK and the US are sky-rocketing and prescriptions of stimulant medications to children are also rising rapidly, with many parents and concerned activists growing suspicious of the pharmaceutical industry’s motivations in promoting drugs to children.

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Children lie from fear and stress. For a child from trauma, lying is a way of survival. In many instances with traumatized children, lying has become a way of life – the “normal” way of life. For them, lying is survival – to keep from dying! In this 9-minute video, Bryan Post gives a formula to help children stop lying. The scary truth about what's hurting our kids - Your Modern Family. In the past week, I’ve read several studies that are scary to me… the scary truth about what’s hurting our kids. We all know that what our kids hear becomes their inner voice, but it’s hard to control what they hear from others, isn’t it? CNN recently interviewed Dr Jean Twenge, author of iGen and her interview really worried me – because I saw the truth that I would be facing in just a few short years.

Dr. Twenge started doing research 25 years ago on generational differences, but when 2011 -2012 hit, she saw something that would scared her to the core. This is the year when those having iPhones went over the 50% mark. The results of that should scare all of us. This was the year that more kids started to say that they felt “sad, hopeless, useless… that they couldn’t do anything right (depression).” They aren’t dating as much. More likely to feel lonely. They are getting less sleep. She goes onto say that we are on the worst mental health crisis in decades. Why is this happening? Victoria Prooday.