All parents want tall, strong, healthy kids. Me, too. So as the parent of a 6-year-old, when it comes to meal time, I’m always doing to her what my mom used to do to me: I nag. I nag my daughter to eat her greens so she'll grow big and strong.
Just yesterday we were talking about how aware women were of their appearance and how Monday was their best day and Thursday the worst, etc. etc. I was also saying how glad I was guys weren’t burdened with that - and then I find this from the Daily Mail.
My wife is a workout beast. Maybe you have seen the pictures on Facebook. If not, take my word for it. Her mother and grandmother are thin, too, so she has genetics going for her. In fact, a genetic risk of obesity is a disadvantage even for those who do work out like Sara "Beast Mode…
We are drawn to people with confidence and we willingly give our belief to those who exhibit confidence perhaps more than we should! Carry yourself with confidence, speak with confidence and people will perceive you as a leader and a winner.
This headline should make every school counselor, teacher and administrator sit up and take notice: Being bullied as a child can do more damage to a person’s mental health than abuse or neglect at home.