Kids need caring adults in their lives. Even if you are not a parent, spend time mentoring kids.
Teach your kids to be resilient, responsible, and respectful by spending quality time with them daily. As every working adult (and that is all of us, even if we don't get a paycheck or have kids) knows — we have busy lives. Time is moving faster and faster and we are all bombarded and overwhelmed with too many tasks and not much time for fun. What 2 Things Help Bring Success Into Your Life?
Our children deserve and desire for us to spend quality time with them. We deserve and desire quality time with them, but there is only so much time; quality and otherwise. What if there were a way we could combine our limited free time periods with quality time spent enhancing the lives of those we love? Maybe we can. How To Date A Man Who Has Kids
Kids Need Adults To Be With Them
Those of you who have read my earlier books and articles know how strongly I feel about adult role models for kids. Aunties and Uncles, Teachers and Coaches, Youth Leaders and extended families are so important to raising resilient, confident kids into adults.
Parents spend an average of seventeen hours a week in the company of their kids, but less than two hours a week devoted to interacting with them. Interacting means face to face or shoulder to shoulder time talking, playing, or helping with homework. It does not mean texting or phone calls, which is connecting, but not building real relationships. Life Isn't Fair—When Bad Things Happen To Good People
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