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The Relationship Between School, Parents and Child
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Schools are designed to prepare our children for the real work by giving them the education and skills to thrive in the world. But many of them are not doing that, and itís not necessarily the fault of the schools. Dr. Thompson examines the role of the parent when it comes to the behavior of their children in a school environment.
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Relationship Management: The Thug Mentality
The school is designed to be a place to prepare children for the real world. But the reality is many schools have been taken over by thugs and bullies, making it tough for children to learn. But the fault doesnít lie with the school Ė it lies with the parents who never taught their children how to interact properly with others.
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Relationship Management: The Parent and the Student
Dr. Thompson examines how parental behavior directly influences the behavior of their children, and some of the factors that contribute to a childís bad behavior, such as poor supervision, and physical violence.
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Relationship Management: The Family Structure
In part three, we look at the three main factors that can help a child be more well adjusted Ė affection, discipline and supervision. We will also examine outside factors that can contribute to poor behavior, such as epidemics, drugs and even single parenting.
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Relationship Management: It Starts With You
In closing, we learn that it is the responsibility of the parent to provide a good exaple for their child, and we must all take accountability for our own actions. Itís all about making the right choices.
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