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Aug 04, 2009
When we disrespect children...
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Yes, Hayley, and people wonder why so many children treat others without respect. Respect is earned, but it is also learned by modeling. If parents want to teach their children the true meaning of respect, they must first respect their children.

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Aug 05, 2009
Loving/Rearing a child is something very special
by: Anonymous

Love, honour and respect one's parent's is what I was thought as a child. I was lucky to have a single Mother who just showered me with her natural love. Without saying a whole Lot she taught me Respect for myself and others was the most important thing for me to know and learn. Also to practise. I certainly have learned from hundreds of Parents the right and wrong way, the best ways to love and rear a child. Nature begets Nature so thankfully that is one reason why 80% of Parents are the best educators of their children when it comes to passing on Love and Respect for yourself and others. I am a single Male but with a social worker back ground. It ain't easy rearing a child in this modern world of ours as I am constantly told daily. The day is long past now when Parents taught their children by controlling them and sadly the reason of the huge background for all the abuse that was perpetrated on innocent children through those years. The modern parent (s) are fantastic after adapting to more natural way of growing up with their children. Again 80% of our modern Parents are brilliant at rearing and loving their children. Hayley, I have written a comment on your previous imputs to Darlene. I was not granted your permission to enter Hayley's room as explained by Darlene. I guess Hayley when we daily see incidents of poor parenting we actually learn from such as to how we were reared ourselves. Once abused it takes a long time to erase the memories but isn't it great you now know what is not good parenting skills in the 2 incidents you experienced in recent times. Darlene's words to us all in her comment to you are so relevant in our world of Today. Thank you both for allowing me the opportunity to comment.

Feb 26, 2010
To highlite the article on the parent calling the child a winge bag
by: Anonymous

People make mistakes and sometimes parent get tired. If a parent is sharp worded with a child in public it is usually because they are towards the end of a hectic day in which they have given 100% of themselves to their children and have little more energy for much else. Children do have to learn that life is not all butterflys and roses. However children should be loved and cared for and taught true values. They must also know that when a parent is snappy, this is all it is and unconditional love rules over a few sharp words. We need to teach forgivness or our world would be a very bitter place!

Oct 07, 2014
walsall social services
by: clare w

walsall foster syetm there are children still been mistreated and more

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