We can either complain or train
In chapter 4 of #CryLikeAMan, I share how after the divorce, my father spent only one day a week with me—often making me feel like a chore. I will never forget the evening he complained to my mother about my poor dining etiquette at a restaurant. Although his words hurt me, I refused to allow that pain to cause me to complain about the next generation of boys who need training—instead I created what they needed.
Attention Parents: “5 Free Holiday Activities You Can Do With Your Family During The Holiday Break” Every Year around this time we take the time to celebrate and gather with our families. This year is even more special due to everything that has transpired this…Read More
The “People of The Yunion” At our Annual Staff and Community Partner Holiday Party. Due to the pandemic, we took our celebration virtual. We still had a great time. We played, laughed, and even ate well. Happy Holidays from our family to yours! #theyunion #wearefamily…Read More
Ages 10 to 14: Early Adolescence Physical Growth & Development • Puberty for many children and pre-teens begins during this stage of adolescence. • Pre-teens experience both physical growth and sexual development,which can be uncomfortable for pre-teens and teens. • Body changes during early adolescence…Read More
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