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|It may be of biblical origin: “Render therefore to all their dues . . . honour to whom |
honour” (Romans 13:7). The word ... Variant of this proverb: give me a child for
the first seven years, and you may do what you like with him afterwards. Proverb
|Examine the messages, careers, birth order, beliefs, fears, traditions, and talents |
you acquired from your family and cultural background to get a ... Give me a child
for the first seven years and you may do what you like with him afterwards.
|TRUMAN, television interview on “Person to Person,” with Margaret Truman as |
interviewer, May 27, 1955, as reported by The New York Times, ... 199 Give me a
child for the first seven years, and you may do what you like with him afterwards.
|From Conception Through the Teen Years Gregory K. Moffatt. CHAPTER. 7. New. |
Experiences: Early. Childhood. (Ages. 5-8). Give me a child for the first seven
years, and you may do what you like with him after. — Anonymous ...
|Give me a child for the first seven years, and you may do what you want with him |
afterwards. — Anonymous Seven-month-old Joey sat in his high chair as his dad
prepared lunch at the stove. ... who have been around children have experienced
a moment like this and often have tended to think about it from the perspective ...
|You don't know how strong a seven-year-old child can be because you have not |
seen uncorrupted children. You ... And you will see a tremendous strength in him
which you cannot find even in a seventyyear-old adult, because the adult's
foundations are shaky. ... After seven years, the next circle of seven years, from
seven to fourteen, is a new addition to life: the child's first stirring of sexual
energies. ... But in a country like India, even now coeducation starts only at the
|"We want you," they said, "to take full charge of our boy's education and do the |
best you can for him. ... In the first seven years of a child's life he learns more than
in any other period of his existence. ... "Lead Kindly Light" and "Home Sweet
Home" and others of like nature will create for the child an atmosphere of love,
beautyand happiness. ... PIc'ruRE BOOKS After poetry, in importance for
promoting the mental growth in the child, is the picture book which feeds the
developing senses ...
|A good way to help your child reshape his apology is by modeling one that you |
give him. “I'm sorry I ... After your child has made amends for his temper tantrum,
there is the original problem to deal with. ... Tell him you do not want to be the TV
police. Return to the reason for the rule. For the child who is younger than seven
years or so, you might go back and playact turning the TV off. ... At first you may
need to brainstorm with your child to figure out how he can correct his mistakes.
|On the one hand we get asked over and over again: 'What do you give for a cold, |
or for bronchitis, or for rheumatism? ... question always should be asked: 'Is the
medicine or medicines similar to the kind of patient afflicted with this disease? ...
And again very few people can or do understand why we say that a certain
medicine can and does cure different kinds of diseases. ... One child I remember,
I was sent for some years ago; the parents were in a great state about him; he
was a fair, ...
|It does no good to tell him to "be nice" when he says he "hates" somebody; you're |
just telling him to keep his feelings to himself — to be quiet. A child — or a grown-
up — can't hear the positive things you say about someone until he can get rid of
his own negative thoughts first. ... In any group, however, you'll have to listen for
the first sign of trouble and then interfere. ... There will be some backsliding
around eight or nine, and off and on again for the next seven years, until you