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Back To School 101: Healthy After

Imagine coming home and finding your parent passed out in a pool of vomit. The place reeks of stale booze. Mom may still be in her nightclothes, filthy and stained. Half empty bottles and glasses everywhere. There is no dinner, no food, because Mom needed the booze more. The phones may be ripped out of walls, furniture may be broken. A new “uncle” is passed out in your Mom’s bed. You don’t dare empty anything out or clean, for fear of waking her up. Hungry, tired and scared you go to your room and cry.

Plan and combine trips. Obviously, the less you drive, the more you’ll save on gas. So plan trips in advance to reduce unnecessary stops and drive a shorter distance. Carpool where you can, not just for work but any time you can buddy-up for a trip.

The alcoholic family is a dysfunctional unit. Everyone has an assigned role, keyed to how each individual reacts to the stress. One child may be the “rescuer”. Their role is to keep family peace, save the alcoholic from hurting himself and keep the family intact. Often they are obsessive about keeping things in order, and live with an enormous sense of responsibility. school activities and friendships fall by the wayside, because these miniature adults don’t have the time or energy for anything else, but saving their family from harm.

Track your spending for a month. This means writing down everything that you spend your money on, cash, credit, or debit, including your regular bills, mortgage, groceries, coffee, newspapers, etc. Carry a notepad if you need to. Even ATM withdrawals should be included. This step is just a necessary, preliminary step and will make it easier to create a realistic budget. Organize the categories and calculate totals.

Open communication. By encouraging candid and open communication (including a lot of listening on your part), can help you be more aware of potential health hazards, and enable you to take appropriate and timely action to mitigate them.

What if there were an easier way? What if you could simply get up, have your child eat, get dressed and send him or her off to school all with the touch of a button. Sounds wonderful, doesn’t it?

Make your first grader the 1 most important member of the family. Let him feel that first grade is very important. You can show it in small, simple ways. For example, let him sit beside you when you read, even if he is not the youngest child. Let him have special school crayons or pencil for use only when doing school work.

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There is nothing better than setting your own work hours and being in control of what and how much you do. Lounging around in your sweats and PJs sipping your favorite tea, cocoa-cocoa or coffee while watching your neighbors warm up their cars to go out in the cold commuter traffic is an euphoric feeling. Writing blogs and articles from home offer you these comforts and less nerve wrecking options that a traditional job brings.

In high school, I was the queen of after school activities. I was a tutor, took piano lessons, served in multiple organizations, and participated heavily in the Junior Achievement company program. With this hectic schedule, I learned to carefully organize my high school homework and study time.

“Then where?” He stuttered quickly, his eyes riveted to hers as she gestured to the vacant storage room across the hall from where they now stood. He was familiar with this room as he had often been asked to collect various supplies for teachers throughout the few years of his education at this school. It was where most of the school’s paper supplies had accumulated over time, and rarely was visited or ever locked. It was also known as the make-out room among the majority of the students. He never had opportunity to enter there for that specific reason in the past. But today was quickly proving to be very different.

“Come on.don’t you want to do this? I promise I won’t tell any of the others. We can just have some fun and no one would know!” Her voice now held the hint of sarcasm as her hands reached for his belt once more.

However, if the parents do not get along well enough to talk about the kids, splitting the child’s time between them may not be practical. After all, the parents will have to share information about the child’s welfare to make his/her adjustment to constant change comfortable. Split custody may work for some kids. But, it can be hard and confusing to others, and should only be done with parents who understand the risks and benefits of the arrangement.

OShop for school supplies. Let your child choose the designs of his pencil box, notebooks and back pack so he will be motivated for his first day at school. He will surely enjoy writing with his new pencils and notebooks. Remind your child to always return his things inside his bag so he will not lose them.

Solution: Get all leadership trained. More and more training is available, free of charge, to unit leaders through the internet. Leaders can get one on one help by attending the district’s training classes with live face to face contact with experienced leaders and trainers. Attending roundtable meetings help new leaders learn from the expertise of more seasoned leaders.

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“Come on.don’t you want to do this? I promise I won’t tell any of the others. We can just have some fun and no one would know!” Her voice now held the hint of sarcasm as her hands reached for his belt once more.

Don’t let the preschoolers do the first grade workbooks. They see older children doing it and it looks so fun. Make it a special part of first grade, that only those special first graders get to do. Then when your preschooler gets to first grade, it will be new and exciting.

When driving on the Interstate, maintain the speed limit. Gas mileage usually decreases at speeds above 60 mph. And of course, observing the speed limit is safer.

Children know they have time set aside for the regular activities in their lives. They get up the same time each morning to go to school and go to bed at the same time each night. They have a daily time for play, doing school work and chores, and they begin to learn that a schedule helps them accomplish more. Your child will benefit from having a consistent routine but it is also important to teach them flexibility. You know, like when life happens!

So, they are rested and fed and well on their way. Hopefully, their school day will have been a fun and educational experience. And, now you have to help them get back into the ‘homework and study’ mode. It’s a daunting task, but the sooner you start, the better the results (hopefully). Try setting a time for homework each day and have your kids stick with it. If your kids participate in after school activities, sometimes it can be difficult. My youngest studies Tang Soo Do at least four days a week. So, we try and set his homework time after karate class, while i am making dinner. He sits at the kitchen table, where I can help him as needed. Older kids should be able to set their own time, but you might need to give them a gentle nudge in the right direction every now and then.

Create a supply list and go over it with your child. Make sure you have everything you need before classes start. Otherwise, you will find reasons to delay or cancel classes as you run back and forth for supplies. Place everything in the appropriate bins and areas for easy use later.

Immunizations. Make sure your child has all of the shots required by your school district, and as an added precaution, consult your pediatrician about any other immunizations that might be recommended. With an almost certain reappearance of the H1N1 virus this fall flu season, your doctor is highly likely to recommend a flu shot.

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Engage your school officials. Teachers and principals are overworked and underpaid. Active parental engagement can help schools to create not only a better educational environment, but a healthier one.

Constantly focus on giving your child/teen the confidence, self-esteem and social skills required to resist peer pressure without destroying friendships. Remember teaching your kids to “just say no” is not enough. The self-esteem plays a critical role in your child’s decision making ability. Self-esteem creates confidence – confidence creates power – and power creates a leader not a follower.

Yes goodbyes are difficult. Hopefully, we learn something from each one of these losses (or changes in our lives). As with my dad, he was the one who truly taught me the meaning of love. I lost him when i was only 22 years old. That left an enormous void in my life. He never got to see, know and impart his wisdom to my children. These losses have helped me grow stronger in my life.

Dry cereals usually contain corn, wheat, bran. And sometimes includes nuts and honey. It’s accepted by kids of all ages (even adults). Make sure to check the Nutrition Fact label. Dry fruits may be harder to get them to eat. But you can try out dried cranberries, apricots, bananas, kiwi, strawberries, raisins, pineapple, and mangos.

Play learning games like word games and letter games. Include lots of pre-school activities. But at the same time, don’t let play distract form studies. Keep a good balance between work and play. Think of it as a balance. Work is on one side, play on the other. If the work side gets too heavy, the child may end up disliking school, get grumpy about doing his work, make your job of teaching harder, and learn almost nothing. On the other hand if the play side of the balance gets too heavy, the child learns no study skills which will be a disadvantage when he gets in higher grades.

School Two uses money earned from the teacher’s soda pop machine to buy gifts and candy. Some teachers use their own money to buy goodies. Parents supply cakes for the cake walk. Everything is free for the kids who come – it is a time for community – not a fund raiser, because so many parents lack extra money.

Remember to spy (physically go through your child’s things) only if they give you reason to believe that they could be in harm’s way. If your child is willing to talk openly about what is going on in their life then you should avoid going through their things and listen. Spying in this way should only be done as a last resort. Following your child around in an unmarked car is less meddlesome than ransacking your child’s belongings. Your child will not be too offended by this gesture, just a bit freaked out. So it is always okay to follow your child if you suspect something is wrong.

Set up one room of your home as the classroom. Don’t allow this room to spread out into other rooms of your house. If you’re using your classroom for other things as well, be sure to put away all school supplies as soon as class is over for the day. It’s important to allow students to completely get away from school when class is over. This gives them the down time they need to just be a kid.

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