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(The recent hubbub over at Very Violet ties into this topic as well.) I used to cringe when my sister in law accused her then 5 year old of faking it when she cried. Now I see so clearly the way both my daughters can force out the tears and throw themselves the mother of all pity parties, and I think: "Oh, I get it now. Kids really do fake it sometimes and it can be really annoying, manipulative even, and maybe they should be called on it after all. It's not cruelty, it's parenting. Then there are those times you just don't know. You're walking past a house and you hear a kid screaming bloody murder. The parents' voices sound overly cross. It's disturbing to hear, yes, but since you aren't "in" on the whole story, making a judgment call about it is no easy task. After all, it could be my house at bedtime. The battles we've been having lately with Isla about brushing her teeth could easily prompt some unwitting passerby to call the cops. And, as I once read in a parenting column somewhere: the blood curdling screams you hear coming from the neighbor's could be the result of nothing more than said neighbor having served curly pasta to her three year old who had been expecting long skinny noodles. I think about these things a lot more now that I've moved from my remote meadow to a village where the houses are packed in like Legos. What are those people doing to their kids? And do they wonder what I doing to mine? I find myself shushing my kids much more often than I ever did before. I also hesitate, sometimes, to really lay into them when they need laying into simply for fear of making any sort of scene. Anyone else think of these things? Have your views of parenting changed since you had kids of your own? Do you ever hesitate to discipline your kids in public because you afraid of what other people might think? Well let me tell you being a parent on both sides of this situation. First, I was a child that needed more dicipline. I created more of a drama seen than anything and made other people get involved. Child family services was always quick to act on whatever I said and all that did was terrify my family to correct me at all. Kids learn this way to early in life and I honestly believe it is this exact problem that our crime rate in the United States has increased because the kids aren afraid of anything or anybody. Parents need to put the fear of God back into the children again, so life might be like the 1950 again were kept unlocked and children behaved with respect and grew up learning a thing or two. abuse is different than disipline, so don misunderstand me or attempt to minipulate my words in any way have had enough minipulation in this world. I have experienced any and all types of life. I know where my mistakes have been made and where my parents mistakes have been in raising me. I can tell a difference between abuse and disipline, so how come so many can not? Please open your eyes!!! Anyone really able to have the greatest kids without disipline????please notify me because then I will show you just how wrong you are and how your child has pulled one over on you for years! For Chrisitne: I don completely disagree with you, but you are very one sided like you were raised in a bubble all your life or you yourself were completely abused or at least you thought you were. My three year old (who is now 14) was abusive to me. She would kick, hit, head butt me all the time when not getting her way. I attempted all the things I was told to do her up to remove her from a situation would toss and turn in my arms like i was throwing her around and all I would do was attempt to keep her from hurting herself. She would bang her head on concrete floors until she knocked herself out. She would unbuckle herself from her carseat (believe it or not) and kick the back of my seat while i was attempting to pull over did cause a few accidents on the way! This child was out of control!!! I had child family services called several times and I became fearful of loosing my own child. I had a lady that actually won an award for taking the most children from there homes dealing with me. She even threatend me of something that happened to me that was abusive that my child witnessed that she could take my child away when I had no control of the matter. I was scared to do anything, so when my child didn want to go to school I would call the cops to deal with her because I didn want to mess up. Crazy! I was afraid to even be a parent! The state started getting way to involved and instead of trying to help the situation they made it worse. I raised a spoiled brat and now the state wanted to raise her, so I still blame her attitude now at 14 on something the state created! I understand how this world is comming to an end now. kids killing kids! There is no disipline no fear! That is what kids need and if you don think so than get rid of the law and cops because they try to teach right, but also teach fear of doing wrong! Anyways after finally I think 6 years of dealing with this crap I started to video tape my daughter and how violent she was to me when I looked at a case worker in the face after showing them the tape and told them that sometimes their presents makes things worse agree and since then I never have had to deal with them. I now have more children and my 14yr old daughter is still the worst behaved. Her mind was framed at the age of six (even in research this is true) I started to late. I show no mercy of disipline even in public. I am not afraid to raise my children the right way should have rules to follow with disipline when rules are broken thats what we live everyday! Don be too quick to judge if you have a problem with what you hear in your neighborhood just ask. My neighbor once stopped in to see what was going on when my daughter was screaming like bloody murder and I told him, he of course wanted to see my child, so I called her down and he asked what is the matter and are you ok. She flat out told him I just want to stay up late and watch tv and thats all. There was no crime in asking, but calling cops or others before you have a clue please get a clue because that stuff does remain on record. You are judging way to quick and ruining someones character before you know anything. If I really wanted to I guess I could take legal action on that as well. Give me a break people. I am very chrisitan so forgive me for saying this, but I pray to let God open those of you that need this to open your eyes very soon before you help contribute to mass destruction! Children who have tantrums and are trying to tell us something. They aren doing it just to bad or manipulative. Often toddlers do not have the language skills to communicate their wishes, desires, frustrations, etc. It is natural and healthy for kids at this age to assert their independence. Toddlers and Teenagers tend to be the most challenging stages of development because they are wanting independence while at the same time needing our guidance. I do not agree that we should give kids free rein to do whatever they want, but I do believe in mindful parenting. What I mean is try to put yourself in your child shoes more (they are told what to do and how to do it all day long your battles) and trying to understand what they are trying to communicate with their behavior. I also think mindful parenting is being aware of your own emotional state and triggers as a parent. Kids can pick up on their parent emotions and often if they sense you are angry, anxious, etc. their emotions will be increased. Also, triggers/things that set us off usually have their root in our own childhood way you were parented especially if you were physically and/or emotionally abused or neglected yourself may still affect you today even if you have told yourself you will never treat your children the way you were treated. When you are at your most vulnerable times out tend to have more automatic, less mindful reactions that are usually what you already know and are familiar with (the way you were parented). Parenting is one of the most challenging things I ever done and it should continue to be. Continuing to look at myself and how I can improve is exhausting, but my son emotional health and well being is certainly worth the effort. OK, some people need to simmer down and stop being so defensive about their parenting. Tiff, nowhere in my post did I say anything about calling CPS everytime I hear screaming. My kids scream. I have yelled and at weak moment smacked my kids (once or twice, not very hard). I not claiming to be perfect or that I the neighborhood watchdog, so relax. What I saying is that too many people will stand by while a little girl gets thinner and thinner and listen to her screams without at least investigating because they don want to step on someone toes or hurt someone feelings. I am also a mandated reporter and took a course on recognising child abuse, so I have an idea what would raise an alarm. I would call CPS if I suspected child abuse, not if kids were unruly. I would NEVER stand by while a child was dragged by the hair and hit with a belt. Sorry, that abuse and I reporting it. No fuzzy line there. How on earth can a child suffer 20 beatings a year with a belt until he died without anyone knowing about it? That what I talking about, not a disagreement about parenting methods. Get a grip. As for ganging up on Christine like a pack of teenagers (one person even suggested acting like teenagers, how mature), why not ask yourself why she feels so strongly. Is it possible that her screams were ignored? I have strong feelings about this because of years of emotional abuse that killed my self esteem. I not worried about the self esteem of a few paranoid mothers. As Jeff said, if you worried about what people think, maybe that your gut telling you that there a better way. I think most of us have lost control and once in a while, it not a big deal. But if you losing it on a regular basis, you really need a lifestyle change. If your deadlines are interfering with your parenting, maybe you need to change jobs because your three year old is your priority, right? As for the claims that moms who don deal harshly with their kids are permissive, please lose the drama. I discipline my kids on a regular basis and can be tough when I need to be. They are well behaved dispite having been spanked only a few times in their life. Spanking is not the only way to deal with behavior and their are much better ways. child abuse: Myths and Facts I don't want to interfere in some one else's family. The effects of child abuse are lifelong, affecting future relationships, self esteem, and sadly putting even more children at risk of abuse as the cycle continues. Help break the cycle of child abuse. What if I break up someone's home? The priority in child protective services is keeping children in the home. A child abuse report does not mean a child is automatically removed from the home unless the child is clearly in danger. Support such as parenting classes, anger management or other resources may be offered first to parents if safe for the child. They will know it was me who called. Reporting is anonymous. In most states, you do not have to give your name when you report child abuse. The child abuser cannot find out who made the report of child abuse. It won't make a difference what I have to say. If you have a gut feeling that something is wrong, it is better to be safe than sorry. Even if you don't see the whole picture, others may have noticed as well, and a pattern can help identify child abuse that might have otherwise slipped through the cracks. is what I was trying to say: that reporting one incident of a child screaming about noodles probably won result in a visit to the home. Even though we all have incidents, we are probably safe from visits from CPS. However, there are 906,00 children abused in the US every year and we have a duty to report any suspected abuse. It normal to feel paranoid about our parenting, I have felt it myself. However, we should not let that paranoia keep us from helping one child and his family get the help they need. Experienced, your defensiveness speaks volumes. I won be taking parenting advice from you because although I don have a heavy hand, I have never been by one of my children. I suspecting you were abused and the abuse was justified by telling you you were bad. Then you grew up to have a child but you weren assertive with her because you had no self esteem and didn show her any guidance. Your three year old abused an adult? Are you freaking kidding me?? So now you writing off your teenager and your younger kids to show you the boss so that they don turn like their sister. And again, the abuse recycles itself in another generation. Please give help. As far as children killing children, do you honestly believe that well adjusted children turn into murderers or that children will turn into murderers unless they have the fear of God in them? Newsflash: children who are violent learned the violence somewhere. Where do you think they learned it. As for out of control children, could they be neglected? If they are not bonded to their parents where will they learn appropriate social skills? There is a huge difference between laying off the heavy hand and being asleep at the switch. I sorry about the multiple postings, but I just read that article about Jamal Cruz and what that little boy had to suffer was horrific. And the worst part is he had nobody on his side. Neighbors talked about him playing outside in all weather becaues he was afraid to go in the house. I sure it was no secret. So why didn they report and report again until he got the protection he deserved? If I were his neighbor, there would have been daily hotline calls from me and I would have also tried to reach out to the mother to get the help she needed. Someone could have taken him in when he was cowering outside the door. They could have extended the invitation to his parents to have him play at their house. We need to be communities again so that everyone works together to ensure the safety of children. carol I would definately watch what I was saying! I said abused as a word that seems to be said so freely here. Isn it funny how quick to judge. You really have no idea do you. If you read all my remarks then you would know that my parents were afraid to do anything to me as well, so I was never abused and I walked all over them if anything I did abuse them. I experienced more in my childhood life as a run away than my mother and father whole lifetime and that is why experience is the name I choose. I have been on my own death bed by my own hands and was saved by the lord, so let me remind you as a very close friend to the lord that it is a sin to judge! My three year old did hit, scream, and kick me at all times and I called it abuse, so that you may see how the word abuse can easily be used and turned around and like I said before don manipulate my words. There is a difference between dicipline and abuse and if you don know it than you shouldn be the one out there judging. Yes, Every call to the state does have someone come to your home I just called and doubled verified. I work closely with courts and attorneys all day. Also Carol Were you raised in the 50 don think so! I only claimed that sometimes the fear of God is put in the parents like it was myself when I was very young and it makes parents unable to be parents. Stop and think about it I am not saying the State organizations shouldn be there because it should! There is child abuse that does exist and that when it should really play a role, but to assume everychild that throws a tantrum is being abused because they need to be heard or they are actually physically getting hurt is ridiculous. I also agree and like Jeffs statements, so If you and I agree on that than this must mean you really aren reading what I am really saying and just taking upon yourself to put words in my mouth. Again, You are not a person who should be judging and making calls on who is really abused or not and the wrong person to preach anything! Your statement on children who are violent have to learn it from somewhere do agree with that, but explain to me if I was afraid to do anything to her (even time out because she kicked holes in my wall) where did she learned it from? I did watch and read news all the time and news does only report crime and not anything good, so that might be the culprit! Isn that where you get alot of your information? Again I may be saying this sarcastically, so don be to quick to judge again! My child could of had some disease that hasn fully been explained???? Mabye something mental???? The world seems to come up with this stuff on a wimb and start diagnosing and prescribing medicine, so we may hear about some simular events in the future that could explain! Yet another baby boomer smart idea to better our existance!!! I see the Bible stories happening all over again. Please Lord open their eyes! I completely understand not wanting to lay into your kids when needed as the blog states because of what people may think. This whole Blog comments simply verify why! You shouldn listen to others only rely on what your own heart tells you. If you feel you are punishing you kids wrong than you probably are and looking into self help classes may help. Helping yourself first in how and why you are managing your kids in certain ways may be all the answer needed. If you, however, feel like your form of disipline is correct and doesn fit the abuse guide lines I honestly feel there really should be one, so nobody can dramatize and make something be called abuse) then correct your child. (again correct is not to be dramatized as abuse are different words and different meanings. look it up) Nobody knows anyone elses situation. If you are punishing your child to affect their mental and physical self than you are a parent in need of help. Live by that guide line for now. All we can hope is for our children to grow up and take what we have taught them (teaching them to make their own decisions and teaching them from right to wrong) and make outstanding lives for themselves. No book written can tell us how because as the famous statment goes: Children didn come with instructions. Good Luck to all of you and peace out! Air Jordan 6 Olympic Gold Medal Pack,Sony MEB Edition Walkman WSony sent me a Walkman mp3 sports headset via a program called Klout Perks. I am not obligated to review this device, but it is a handy gadget that fills a need I had for my bike workouts, so I thought I would share my impressions with you. This is an all in one mp3 headset with the storage and controls mounted in the earpieces. 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USB Sport Running MP3 Music Player SD Slot Handsfree Headset Headphone Earphone Buy Now Putting Songs on the WalkmanYou can download from iTunes, Internet Explorer, and Windows Media PlayerI do not have an iTunes account. I do have a few favorite CDs I downloaded to my computer years ago. The first album I knew I would put on my Walkman was Awake Is the New Sleep by Ben Lee. This is my favorite album for nearly six years now. I love to work out to it. It motivates me and makes me feel open to change and possibilities. I put all the files for the Ben Lee album over at once, and after about two minutes it appeared the files had finished transferring. One warning: once the songs all say they are 100%, the device is not yet done with the download. For another two minutes, the system did not give me the okay to disconnect the device. Great Albums I Will Include in My Playlists Awake Is the New SleepI could never pick a favorite song off this album. Whatever It Is is a great warmup song. Running by Meb KeflezighiThe Walkman I received came bundled with content from Olympic runner Meb Keflezighi. Along with this booklet, Running, I also found several mp3 audio files voiced by Keflezighi offering tips and advice for beginning a running program. I am not a runner, but from my experience as a soldier, I believe his tips are sensible and sound. I have listened to eight of them so far. I doubt many of us will want to keep his content on our devices after listening to it once or twice. I did read a reminder to back up the content if you do not want to lose it forever when deleting it off the Walkman, but I have not yet figured out how to delete files from the device. Do You Run? Bike? Walk? Dance?Sony targeted runners with this Walkman bundle, but this device and most of Keflezighi's tips apply to many other sports and activities. What do you do that you could enhance with a headset mp3 player? What is your favorite fitness activity? Running Walking Biking Dancing Other let us know in the commentsSee results without voting My Walkman Works Great After listening to several of Keflezighi's tips, I used the online guide to learn my buttons. I managed to skip over the rest of his files and find the album I had downloaded. I got a feel for adjusting the volume and pausing the playback when necessary. If I sound like I have never used a portable mp3 player before, boom, you got me. Fortunately it only took a few minutes to understand the process of skipping through the files and switching the shuffle off and on. I listened to Ben Lee, of course. I can't wait to get up tomorrow morning and ride my stationary bike using this new Walkman. And then tomorrow night I will start designing a perfect playlist for my workout.

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