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Sit up! It really will make you happier: Good posture improves your mood, increases concentration and can lower blood pressure, scientists say 

 

Did your parents or teachers ever tell you to ‘sit up straight’ or ‘stop slouching’? It seems they might have had a point.

Scientists have shown that a good posture improves your mood, increases concentration and can lower blood pressure.

The findings come from a study of 82 students in their 20s, who were asked to undertake a series of tests while sitting in different positions. They were not told that the study was observing their posture, but instead thought it was assessing their concentration.

Sit up!

Tags: Health, Loophole, Parenting, Science

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19-Jun-2021


Male teens and boys using women’s bathrooms, change rooms outrage in China reveals lack of sex and gender education, experts say 

 

The online debate blew up after a popular female rights blogger shared a complaint from another woman earlier this week that several mothers often brought their sons, aged 10 and above, to use the women’s bathroom at her community swimming pool. The boys even showered with their mothers according to the complaint.

Experts said the behaviour exposes the lack of sex and gender education in China where many parents do not see an issue in mixing the use of gendered bathrooms and the children are too young to understand.

The woman said she was once gawked at by one of the boys which made her feel angry and humiliated. When she complained to the swimming pool staff she was told that the boy was “too young” and they could do nothing to “discipline” him.

A male user said he met with a father taking his daughter to a public toilet. “I started to pee when they came in. How embarrassed I was!” he said.

Male teens and boys using women’s bathrooms

Tags: Complaint, Environment, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Parenting, Safety, Sex, Sex Identity, World

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12-Jun-2021


New Jersey fifth-grade girl dresses up as Hitler for class 

 

The 10-year-old girl who did the assignment added in the pencil-written essay, 'I was pretty great, wasn't I? I was very popular and many people followed me until I died. My belif (sic) in antisemitism drove me to kill more than 6 million Jews.'

New Jersey fifth-grade girl dresses up as Hitler for class

Parent is flipped off on camera by neighbor as she tells how residents of affluent DC suburb have turned on her after she spoke out against critical race theory being taught in schools

Black father and daughter go viral with video denouncing critical race theory

Tags: Children, Choices, Education, History, Lesson, Mental Health, Parenting, Politics, Sweet, Video, Weird

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03-Jun-2021


Toll of sleepless nights for new mothers is equivalent to SEVEN YEARS of ageing, research suggests 

 

As if coping with midnight feeds and 3am nappy changes wasn’t hard enough, scientists now say that sleepless nights can age new mothers by up to seven years.

Research suggests that lack of sleep in the first six months after a baby is born speeds up ageing.

Regularly getting less than seven hours of sleep a night can leave a woman’s body between three and seven years older, the study found.

Toll of sleepless nights for new mothers is equivalent to SEVEN YEARS of ageing

Tags: Aging, Beauty, Parental Burden, Parenting, Science, Study, Women

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30-May-2021


My Mom Demands an Apology Every Time I Ask Her a Simple Question 

 

I’m 27, and my mom and I grew up very close. It was often just me and her. I’ve supported myself since graduating college, and she now lives about 25 miles away. In the past few years, she has started escalating simple questions into situations she can control. For example, once I asked if she had any jumper cables she could lend me to jump my partner’s car battery. She told me she was calling a tow truck to take his car to a mechanic. She assumed the car would be unsalvageable, so she was also booking a rental.

Another time, I asked her for the title of a book she’d mentioned a while ago, and she said she was ordering a copy of it to my house. Whenever she does this, I try to calmly tell her to stop, since that’s not what I asked her for, and (in some cases, like the car) not her place. She usually doesn’t listen. Then I get flustered and end up repeating myself with less eloquence and more distress. Then she ends up crying, saying that she knows more than me, that I’m being unreasonable, and it’s “mean” to reject her help. When things cool down, I apologize, try to explain why I rejected her plans or “favors,” and ask her to please take things I ask for or about at face value. Then she just says that I’m wrong and insists on further apology and empathy for her. I don’t know how to stop this beyond never asking her for anything, even the title of a book, ever again. How do I break this pattern?

—Above and Beyond and Overboard

My Mom Demands an Apology Every Time I Ask Her a Simple Question

Tags: Advice, Mental Health, Misconduct, Parenting, Protections, Psychology, Punishment, Relationships, Threat, Training, Treatment

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09-May-2021


 

IN THE ORIGINAL STORY, PINOCCHIO KILLED JIMINY CRICKET

I was raised by Amazons. The women in my life were hierarchy. I was trained that all men are scum but they pay the rent so we have to put up with them. You may keep the ones that tickle the ivory longer than the ones that can pay the rent but that is an individual choice. I was going to be unique. I'd be raised as a boy with a female alpha mentality.

The only boyish thing I did was have sex with other boys/men. Ooh, that sounds girlish too. I did no boy things.

If we are allowed to accuse and punish we should be able to examine what weirds/drives them out. Changing what men hate should be a self realization and a compromise. I wanted out of girly world. I have a dick and I am nothing like them. I am not a girl. I wanted to be a boy like Pinocchio. (Scariest story ever because it's depraved and life has no happy ending and the "real" book made me hate it because it was my truth but it gave me hope. I will not be a schmuck puppet.) They never realized there was a boy underneath until the neighbors told them so. "Why isn't your boy married?" I became a lie that thrived but disappointed when I revealed the truth.

The men that popped up occasionally were full of drink, exhaustion, perversion and hate. The men bestowed me wisdoms about "you know who" and tips on how to sneak in extracurricular sex but then they disappeared or died. The parties were masquerades except when the tired broke free and exposed an ugly truth. The fairytale lasts as long as it takes a kid to fall asleep. Flirting, cheating and fights aplenty. The boys kept playing at Prince Charming while the women took credit for it. Somebody got laid, crowned, a new home and family whilst the other, got her rent paid. The kids were either in on the plan or out.

My mother and sister cured me of lying by aggressively harassing me. I'm damned if I do and damned if I don't. I told a lie and got beat up, I told the truth and got beat up. I decided to tell the truth so it could mean something.

My stepfather stopped talking after his heart attack. He can but won't. He is so afraid to misspeak or insinuate the wrong thing to offend female empowerment that he stopped talking to my mother and everyone in the family because he can't handle the stress. He is being raised by Amazons. The exact same ones as I. He is a dumb alpha ex-jock stuck in a girly world and it's his punishment for cheating with whores. (Yeah, but he paid the rent!)

Mary Richards is my favorite feminist. She didn't want to downgrade men, she wanted to join them. She liked men. Lou the alpha respected her and everybody else adored her. Female empowerment is not about being a "Queen." If you want to be a Queen move to England. All's fair in love and war. That doesn't sound equal to me. We must remember that when "he" declares it. 02-Apr-2021

Tags: Children, Fairytales, Family, Man vs Woman, Myself, Parenting, Responsibility, Social Media, Superiority, Training

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02-Apr-2021


 

Why are trees so insistent on taking credit for the weeds they wrought? They poisoned the world. 24-Mar-2021

Tags: Hate, Parenting, World

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24-Mar-2021


Help! I Can’t Stop My Young Daughter From Making Racist Comments. 

 

My 6-year-old daughter has beautiful blond hair and blue eyes. She gets compliments regularly from people on how pretty she is and basks in the attention. She attends a small private school and there is a little boy in her class who is black. He is sweet, well-mannered, and has a great sense of humor. His parents are lovely people. The problem is that over the last two years my daughter has been making comments about people’s skin, particularly addressed to this little boy. These comments are along the lines of, “I don’t want to sit by him because he has dark skin.” Her teacher and I have sat down to discuss this with her and explain that this behavior is unacceptable to no avail. The other day she watched the beginning of Love Actually with me and she commented that the interracial couple shouldn’t be getting married because they don’t look right together. Obviously my method of teaching her to treat everyone equally and be accepting of all different people is not working. Her school is getting more concerned, although they know I am trying my best to combat it. Do I just hope she grows out of this, or is there something else I can do?

Help! I Can’t Stop My Young Daughter From Making Racist Comments.

Tags: Advice, Children, Parenting, Racism

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14-Mar-2021


There’s a Better Way to Parent: Less Yelling, Less Praise 

 

NPR journalist Michaeleen Doucleff suggests that parents consider throwing out most of the toys they’ve bought for their kids. It’s an extreme piece of advice, but the way Doucleff frames it, it seems entirely sensible: “Kids spent two hundred thousand years without these items,” she writes.

American child-rearing strategy comes away looking at best bizarre and at worst counterproductive. “Our culture often has things backward when it comes to kids,” she writes.

Doucleff arrives at this conclusion while traveling, with her then-3-year-old daughter. During her outings, she witnesses well-adjusted, drama-free kids share generously with their siblings and do chores without being asked.

There’s a Better Way to Parent: Less Yelling, Less Praise

Tags: Advice, Americans, Awareness, Children, Choices, Parenting, Profiling, Training, Treatment, Unruly Child, World, Writing

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04-Mar-2021


6 Dr. Seuss books to stop being published because of racist imagery 

 

'These books portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong,' business says

6 Dr. Seuss books to stop being published because of racist imagery

Tags: Art, Ban, Books, Education, History, Parenting, Racial Tension

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02-Mar-2021


 

GIF: they always find a way in.
My worst case scenario has come true. I have to relive the aspects of my life I was frightened to visit. I am a needy person. As such I need to acquiesce to the support (family) that saves, not the one of invention (gay.) I have faith now because how else could I survive. It is family prayer that gives me breath. But I don't believe. Stop the crap. This is why you suffer. Because you won't let him in. "But..." I give out benedictions and prayers to everyone as I crack inside. My mother cries that I never gave her a grandchild. I kiss God's lips for hearing me on that one. "Gay was a failure or you wouldn't have come crawling back." I didn't come crawling back. They tracked me down. I was made to believe gay would be beautiful, romantic and forever. I didn't know I was in a cesspool of perverts. My sexual predators are now bffs, the meanest people are my mentors and I keep asking what did I do so wrong? I wanted to die in peace. 27-Dec-2020

Tags: Family, Mental Health, Myself, Parenting

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27-Dec-2020


 

One of the most mystifying gifts my mother laid on me this year is for me to stop pretending to be black and just be white. She's never seen me as anything but, so it is so. Racism doesn't apply to me because she's always seen me as white. LOL. It was said in an advisory tone to offset future guilt. Head explosion. If I went outside right now and declared I was white they would shoot me. I'm not black because my hair don't kink, she says. (2 blunts.) My nephews and nieces are black because their fathers and mothers are really black. There are no black people in Puerto Rico. They're Indian. Body collapse. 25-Dec-2020

Tags: Environment, Errattic, Family, Hostility, Ignorance, Mental Health, Myself, Parenting, Political Correctness, Saving The Environment!, Superiority, Survival, Women In Charge

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25-Dec-2020


Teaching Kids Respect – How To Raise Respectful Children / Dad University 

 

Remember, if you want to be respected, you have to show respect.

Teaching Kids Respect – How To Raise Respectful Children / Dad University

Tags: Advice, Children, Choices, Daddy Squish, Etiquette, Evolution, Future, History, Instructional, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Parenting, Performance, Survival, Training, Video, Youth

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28-Nov-2020


 

Tags: Art, Gay, Parenting, Parody

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17-Nov-2020


Help! How Do I Talk to My Husband About the Creepy Thing He’s Doing on Instagram? 

 

Q. My husband’s “Likes”: We have close family friends with a beautiful and charming 19-year-old daughter. She is like a niece to us. My husband has made her uncomfortable twice by remarking, “Mmm! Look at Kelly!” when she’s entered a room dressed up for an outing or work. (The “Mmm!” being the sort of sound one makes in appreciation of a delicious-looking food, for example.) Her discomfort was clear—she turned red and exited the room both times.

He now is following her on Instagram and “likes” EVERY single post she puts up. (And she posts frequently!) I’ve spoken to him about not commenting on her appearance, especially with the loud, “Mmm!” noise. He seemed slightly mortified. Do I need to suggest he stop with all the Instagram attention? It seems kinda creepy to me, but perhaps I am seeing something that isn’t even an issue. I remember receiving unwanted attention from middle-aged men in my teen years, so I could be projecting here.

Help! How Do I Talk to My Husband About the Creepy Thing He’s Doing on Instagram?

Salt Life Co-Founder Reportedly Admits to Killing Teen Girlfriend

Tags: Advice, Awareness, Business, Choices, Crime, Daddy Squish, Environment, Etiquette, Family, Marriage, Men In Charge, Murder, Parenting, Priorities, Relationships, Respect, Responsibility, Safety, Sex, Threat, Youth

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09-Nov-2020




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