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MindShift Apr 20
"Dyslexia is a different brain organization that needs different teaching methods. It is never the fault of the child, but rather the responsibility of us who teach to find methods that work for that child."
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Thomas Leeds Apr 20
Is this really 2019 childhood? My daughter can't make a male friend without a moron telling her "Someone's got a boyfriend! Lucky girl!" She's not lucky. She's kind and fun and smart. And they're just KIDS. RT if you agree this is creepy and sexist.
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MindShift Apr 19
A psychologist explains how a strong relationship with a parent or teacher can help boys be their true selves, even when those selves don't fit within narrow cultural norms
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Nichole Apr 19
Somebody taught my 2 y.o. the word 'dumbass'. Want to know how I know? I placed her in the shopping cart when we walked into Target today. Her response? (And I shit you not) "but I don't WANT to be in the cart DUMBASS!" She's 2.
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Miranda van Tilburg Apr 21
Toxic masculinity starts young by “Requiring boys to differentiate what they show the world and what they feel inside.” The antidote? Strong relationships with parents and/or mentors.
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Rhys Keller Apr 17
Ladies, I need your help! I'm about to have a daughter. What is something your dad said or did that you cherish to this day OR what is something you wish your dad said or did while you were little. Like and RT for more feedback please!
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Jack's Dad Apr 23
I can't wait for both kids to be permanently out of nappies. By my rough calculations, we would save approximately 15 billion pounds a year. Roughly.
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Stephan J. Hahn 12h
My 3yo can change her clothes 479 times a day at home, but if we actually have to go somewhere it's impossible to do once.
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PatriciaKarvelas Apr 23
My kid has told me what a great mum I am tonight about 100 times. It’s kinda freaking me out. What’s the agenda??????
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Stephan J. Hahn Apr 23
They were right. Kids do cost a lot. They cost you your patience, sanity, and sleep.
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Erin Robinson 20h
I can't be the only person with a highly destructive ten month old 😭 I've tried distraction, firm voice, redirection, TV, toys, music, I'm about ready to cry this morning.
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Aaron Huss Apr 22
I hate it when they change the morning cartoon line-up.
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Kim Love 8h
I just have a problem when conversations about respectability extend beyond white supremacy & into the realm of decorum as if *everything* we do for *self-respect* is for the acceptance of white people. I don't like it & it conflicts with my goals in & personal values
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Sarah Choujounian 9h
I was one of these children. I grew up seeking the attention I lacked in all the wrong places which lead me 2 addictions & being abused out on the streets😞 As parents, we need 2 B there 4 R kids not only physically but also mentally, anything less can B detrimental
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Marina. 4h
Encourage and support your kids because children will live up to what you believe of them..
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MindShift Apr 19
Only 17 percent of public middle and high schools start at 8:30 a.m. or later, despite research on schedules
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Magdalene Apr 18
Linking rape to a woman's clothes is like generalizing all men as potential "rapists", that they cannot act with empathy and rationality, that they have no capacity to respect the inherent rights of others.
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MJ/Jessica Apr 23
Conflicted. On one hand I’m impressed she feels confident enough to emote on paper. On the other hand the statement is heart breaking for me to read. Girlchild’s teacher reached out. Girlchild and I talked. We’re gonna try some things.
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#startuplife Apr 23
My new office mate is super lurky.
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Ryan Vance 9h
Dear Professors, I will be unable to attend class today because of a group of ducklings following me that apparently think I’m their mother.
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