Socializing Our Youth Building Family Health

[_]Consultation: Socializing Our Youth Changing Behaviors 7 Generations: Past, Present, And For Future [_]GUEST BOOK/EVALUATION [_] Key Markers [_]Aromatherapy Self-Care [_]Healthy Nutritional Balance [_]Heaven Is Our Home-Conflict Resolution [_]Parents Teaching Values & Sex Education [_]Self-Care [_]Calendar 28 Days To Change A Behavior With Positive Parenting Techniques [_]My Dominant Thoughts & Activities [_]Prenatal Charting Baselines: Questions/Policies Record Of Prenatal Care BIOGRAPHY [_]What Does A Name Mean? [_]Schedule: Positive Parenting Classes

SOCIALIZING OUR YOUTH, BUILDING FAMILY HEALTH AND EDUCATION
CHANGING BEHAVIORS, 7 GENERATIONS
Acknowledging That We Are The Past, Present, & Future
By L'dia Men-Na'a

PARENTING YOUTH PHONE CONSULTATION & CHARTS

      • BIRTH NAME:      ______________________________
      • DATE OF BIRTH:  __/__/____.  TIME __:__ am/pm
HWR Life Path Awakening For Knowledge Of Self

DEVELOPING CHARACTER STRENGTHS CHOOSING CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Names were always well thought about in our original traditional socities. Children experience important life lessons by knowing the meaning of their names and affirming who the parent has named each child to be.  A good name is better than gold. Nurture the child to display their strengths and live up to their attributes. 

CHOOSING A CAREER FOR SUCCESS

  • [_] 1: LEADER 19,28,37,46,55,64,73,82,91 
  • Study About: Rulers, invention, writing, architecture, construction, gardening, music entrepreneurship
  • Underline Strengths: Originality, Pioneer, Initiator, Determination, Creative.
  • Circle        weak behavior traits to change: Arrogant, Selfish, Egotistical, Manipulating, Dominating, Cold, No Tact, Tyranny, Antagonism, Bully
  • [_] 2: DIPLOMAT 11,20,29,38,47,56,65,74,83,92
  • Study About: Anatomy, physical therapy, reflexology, culinary arts, complimentary therapies
  • Underline Strengths: Peace, Cooperation, Musical, Self-Sufficient, Reliable.
  • Circle        weak behavior traits to change: Insincere, Petty, Indecisive, Shy,Timid,Self Pitying, Oversensitive, Deceptiveness, Cruel, Bad temper, Slyness, Lying, Pessimism
  • [_] 3: VISIONARY 12,21,30,39,48,57,66,75,84,93  
  • Study About:  Psychology, language arts, creative writing, photography, animals
  • Underline Strengths: Creative, Confident, Friendly, Popular, Joy, Self-Expression, Passionate.  
  • Circle        weak behavior traits to change: Scattered, Bored, Vain,  Dictator,  Fickle, Jealousy, Hypocrisy, Wastefulness, Intolerance, Promiscuous
  • [_] 4: BUILDER 13,22,31,40,49,58,67,76,85,94 
  • Study About: Feng Shui (The Art of Placement), astronomy, electronics, landscaping, mechanics, computers
  • Underline Strengths: Honest, Disciplined, Practical, Loyal, Stability, Hard-Worker, Conservative.
  • Circle        weak behavior traits to change: Insensitive, Dull, Melancholy, Dogmatic, Narrow-Minded ,Stubborn, Vulgar, Animalism, Hatred, Violence, Jealousy, Destructive
  • [_] 5: LIBERATOR 14,23,32,41,50,59,68,77,86,95 
  • Study About: World customs, import/export trade, journalism, writing, media, politics,
  • Underline Strengths: Versatile, Spontaneous, Freedom-Loving, Communicator, Magnetic, Physical.
  • Circle        weak behavior traits to change: Self-Indulgences related to senses, Irritable, Abusive,  Procrastinating, Inconsistent, Perversion, Abuse of Freedom, Substance Abuser: Over-Indulgence in alcohol, drugs: medications or controlled substances, sensuality.
  • [_] 6: COUNSELOR 15,24,33,42,51,60,78,87,96 
  • Study About: Traditions. Cultural music, songs, dances, art & design, family health care
  • Underline Strengths: Responsible, Harmony, Advisor, Artistic, Balanced, Home loving, Angelic.
  • Circle        weak behavior traits to change: Self-Righteous, Jealous, Meddlesome, Anxious, Intrusive, Cynicism, Egotism, Suspicion, Jealousy, Slavery, Domestic Tyrant
  • [_] 7: SCIENTIST 16,25,34,43,52,61,79,88,97 
  • Study About: Nature studies: science, oceanography, metaphysics, philosophy, photography
  • Underline Strengths: Individuality, Perfection, Deep-Thinker, Analytical, Mystic, Psychic, Reserved, Secretive.
  • Circle        weak behavior traits to change: Sarcastic, Dishonest, Procrastinator, Will not accept advice, Withdrawn, No Faith, Turbulence, Malice, Deceit, Suppression,Theft, Cheating, Crafty
  • [_] 8: EXECUTIVE 17,26,35,44,53,62,71,80,98 
  • Study About: Folklore, geology, criminal law, business law, philosophy
  • Underline Strengths: Authoritative, Power, Independence, Organization, Religious, Fortune, Wise.
  • Circle        weak behavior traits to change:  Greedy, Power-Hungry, Intense, Scheming, Materialistic, Ruthless, Vain Dictator Bullying, Abuse, Revenge, Oppressiveness, Injustice, Cruelty, Unscrupulousness
  • [_] 9: HUMANITARIAN 18,27,36,45,54,63,72,81,90,99 
  • Study About: Universal principles, the art of war, theatre, art, quantum physics 
  • Underline Strengths: Courageous, Compassion, Romantic, Spiritual, Psychic, Generous, Sophisticated.
  • Circle        weak behavior traits to change: Impulsive, Argumentative, Heartless, Unfocused, Temperamental, Wasteful, Immorality, Vulgarity, Bitterness, Moroseness

KEEP YOUR PREGNANT WOMAN HAPPY

Dr. Oz

The Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health What Cells Remember: Toward A Unified Field Theory Of Memory Author(s): Thomas R Verny 

Excerpt: https://birthpsychology.com/free-article/current

GENETICS AND EPIGENETICS               

In the last decade, genetic research has established that the DNA blueprints passed down through genes are not permanent and unchangeable from birth onward. As Lipton (2005) emphasizes, genes are not our destiny. Stress, emotions, nutrition - the environmental influences of a human life - can modify the genes we carry. Just as new directions have emerged in cellular biology so there has been a comparable revolution in genetics with the development of epigenetics. Epigenetics is the study of the molecular processes by which the environment affects and modifies genetic information (Pray, 2004; Silverman, 2004).                

Thus far, the most surprising epigenetic discovery is that life experiences don’t just change us; they may affect our children and grandchildren down through many generations. One striking example of intergenerational epigenetic effects was studied by Dr. Lars Olov Bygren (Bygren et al., 2014).  Bygren and colleagues found that if a girl was living in that town when a sharp change occurred in that town’s food supply from one year to the next, then her sons’ daughters were significantly more likely to die from cardiovascular disease. In other words, this study showed that it is possible for a grandmother’s life experience to have a substantial impact on her grandchild’s later health and susceptibility to disease......              

Geneticists have discovered that these modifications can be passed from parent to child through germ cells (egg and sperm cells) - cells, I wish to emphasize once again - that are not brain cells (Reik & Walter 2001; Surani 2001).

PARENTAL OLFACTORY EXPERIENCE INFLUENCES BEHAVIOR AND NEURAL STRUCTURE IN SUBSEQUENT GENERATIONS.

"Using olfactory molecular specificity, we examined the inheritance of parental traumatic exposure, a phen omenon that has been frequently observed, but not understood". ... ... "transgenerational effects are inherited via parental gametes. Our findings provide a framework for addressing how environmental information may be inherited transgenerationally at behavioral, neuroanatomical and epigenetic levels"

ACE ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES 

Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, Pediatrician, Video Lecture:

HOW CHILDHOOD TRAUMA AFFECTS HEALTH ACROSS A LIFETIME

ACES TOO HIGH
ACE SCORE EXPERIENCES PRIOR TO AGE 18
CDC VIOLENCE PREVENTION ACE STUDY

SCHOOL TO PRISON PIPELINE

HIGH-RISK SITUATIONS

WHO IS HELPING WITH THE CARE OF YOUR CHILDREN? WHERE IS THE SAFE COMMUNITY SUPPORT?
You are giving birth to those who are born focused and determined. A child's mind is built to master problems. Though not necessarily to understand the consequences of their actions. They spend every waking moment and during their sleep imagining, dreaming vizualizing, feeling themselves being successful.  They come here knowing what we have forgotten "The secret to success".  Dont underestimate the abilities of a toddler. Look how fast they learn how to open programs on electronic devices to operate them, they are capable of unlocking doors and ending up in places you thought they never knew how to get to. They have unlimited brain power. An active, alert, and loving parent(s) who knows their responsibility is what is required for children.  A child needs to feel and be safe. An infant, a curious toddler, a child and even teenagers have to have their abilities guarded, channelled, guided and directed in order to work properly for us and not against themselves and the well-being of the family.

Click on this link and read about "JANE CROW" and how the laws treat parents and their children during unfortunate situations or what is considered, though you may not know or understand is looked at as: Child Endangerment or Child Neglect. 

FACEBOOK PAGE HAS A LISTING OF LOCAL FAMILY RESOURCES. PLEASE ADD MORE ON THE THREAD
Mother Is 1st Nurse 1st Teacher Positive Parenting Facebook Page

PARENTING RESOURCES: HOW TO VIDEOS 
https://www.cdc.gov/parents/essentials/videos/index.html

  • [_] Communicating with Your Child: 4:43, 3:14
  • [_] Giving Directions 3:36, 2:57
  • [_] Using Discipline and Consequences 3:46
  • [_] Creating Structure and Rules 3:45, 3:11
  • [_] Using Time-Out 3:56, 3:31

WHAT POSITIVE PARENTING TEACHES

FACEBOOK: MOTHER IS 1ST NURSE 1ST TEACHER POSITIVE PARENTING PAGE

28 DAY CALENDAR FOR CHANGING BEHAVIORS

RESOURCE MATERIALS: PRACTICING POSITIVE PARENTING TECHNIQUES
DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES & POSITIVE PARENTING TIPS
https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/childdevelopment/freematerials.html 

       TECHNIQUES                           AGES:

We need more: People who care; you know what I’m saying? We need more women, mothers, fathers, we need more of that, we don’t need any more entertainers.“ —Tupac Shakur

The mother and the pre-natal conditions arranged for the child determines the destiny of a nation. This educational program recognizes that both “pair-ents” father and mother working harmoniously with each other can do more to foster the reform so urgently needed in the world, than all the social institutions combined. HMLF

SOCIALIZING OUR YOUTH BUILDING FAMILY HEALTH By L’dia Men-Na’a
770-912-5800 http://www.socializingouryouth.com/holiday_25.html
(Click on Behavior Chart Calendar below 2x to enlarge for better clarity 8"x5")

NAMING A CHILD BECOMES THE STORY OF A LIFETIME

 

 

 

YOUTUBE VIDEO EXCERPT https://youtu.be/mk7nhlChW54 INTERVIEW OF L'DIA MEN-NA'A ON LIBRADIO with Host Keidi Awadu

Whats Influencing Our Children's Misbehavior And What Are The Solutions?

  • [_] Prenatal Care And Positive Parenting
  • [_] The Value Of Doulas
  • [_] Nutrition
  • [_] Literacy
  • [_] Parenting skills
  • [_] Electronic media
  • [_] Entertainment
  • [_] Direct interventions

Which can help empower the family toward a better outcome Comments are welcomed on Guestbook

WHAT DOES A NAME MEAN?
Which occupation groups are best suited for ones Life Purpose & Destiny?
RESEARCH: Occupation, Entry-Level Education, Median Pay

  •  A1  J1  S1
  • B2  K2  T2
  • C3  L3  U3
  • D4  M4  V4 
  • E5  N5  W5  
  • F6  O6  X6
  • G7  P7  Y7
  • H8  Q8  Z8
  • I9   R9

MASTERSHIP STUDIES
CHALLENGES & TRANSITIONS
While taking those baby steps on their path to accomplishments, children should know the greatness that they came from, who they are, and what they are born to do by the time they are 6 years old. 
Identify the problems the youth will face, while representing a character trait and studies to be involved in to overcome the challenges and transitions along the way.

10 THINGS OTHER THAN SPORTS, SINGING & DANCING

  • [_] Mathematics
  • [_] Business & Economics
  • [_] Education
  • [_] Astronomy
  • [_] Writing
  • [_] Metallurgy
  • [_] Archetecture & Engineering
  • [_] Medicine
  • [_] Navigation
  • [_] Building Civilizations

ALL IN THE WOMB "EPIGENETICS"

Epigenetics means "beyond the genes", the mechanism by which chemical switches control how the genes actually work, turning them on or off as appropriate and moderating how strongly they act. Mental traumatic events can have a lasting effect generationally. There is evidence that PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder can be passed from mother to child. Excerpt http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b077gd58

  • [_] has a feeling of foreshortened future
  • [_] exaggerated startle response
  • [_] outburst of anger
  • [_] difficulty of falling or staying asleep
  • [_] hyper vigilance

TRANSMISSION THEORY SOCIAL LEARNING
"CHILDREN" learn from broken people, normalizing the behavior.  Then it becomes their culture. Learning from significant others in the environment years later becomes culture.

"How To Create A Perfect Baby" and "How To Give Birth To God" parents are taught that the mother must be protected from negative environments, and from negativity in the media. Mother's thoughts imprint on the baby, during pregnancy she writes on the brain of the baby as if it were a blank piece of paper.

A PARENTS LIMITED RIGHTS TO SPANK
Currently, parents in all states have a limited right to spank their children. Courts have decided that parents have a constitutional right to raise their children as they see fit, including using whatever method of discipline they think is best. Whether by statute or by legal opinion, states permit parents to use physical discipline against their children as long as it is done in moderation and does not cause injury.

Standing on the sidewalk with your three-year-old, she pulls away from you and starts running toward a busy street. To her, it is a game, but to you, it is a life-threatening situation. You grab her just as she heads into the street and deliver a swift smack on the bum with an admonition, “No running in the street!” Startled, she stops. Have you just committed a crime?" 

UNDER GEORGIA'S  LAWS
for example, physical discipline may be used as long as the child is not injured. (Ga. Code. Ann. §§ 19-7-5, 19-15-1.) In 
UNDER CALIFORNIA'S LAWS
California, parents are allowed to use “reasonable and age-appropriate spanking to the buttocks” as long as there is no serious physical injury to the child. (Cal. Welf. & Inst. Code § 300(a).)
OPEN HAND SPANKING:
For example, spanking a six-year-old child twice on the bottom, where the spanking causes no injury and only fleeting discomfort, would probably be considered lawful under Georgia’s and California’s laws, as well as in other states. 
CHILD ABUSE  
However, striking the same six-year-old numerous times with a belt, causing lacerations, bruising, and pain that lasted for days, could be considered child abuse. The Line Between Spanking and Abuse
CASE-BY-CASE BASIS
The state prosecutors and judges generally decide on a case-by-case basis whether discipline crosses the line. Using physical force against your child may constitute:

  • [_] assault
  • [_] battery
  • [_] child abuse
  • [_] domestic violence

WHEN THE DISCIPLINE CAUSES INJURY:
Not just discomfort the amount of force used is unreasonable, or it’s purpose is something other than correcting inappropriate or dangerous behavior.

For more information on these crimes, see: 

  • Assault and Battery, Domestic Violence Laws and Penalties 
  • Child Abuse: Laws & Criminal Penalties.
  • Child Dependency Consequences

EXCERPT VIDEOS DNA: http://soulsurfing.website/index.php/2015/10/13/scientists-have-found-that-memories-may-be-passed-down-through-generatioc=ns-in-our-dna/

EXCERPT JOURNAL REPORT:
http://www.nature.com/neuro/journal/v17/n1/full/nn.3594.html

ESSENTIALS FOR PARENTING TODDLERS AND PRESCHOOLERS
https://www.cdc.gov/parents/essentials/index.html

POSSIBLE COMMENTS/ACTIVITIES MADE DURING PREGNANCY & BIRTH AND LASTING EFFECTS ON PERSONALITY

  • [_] “Don’t waste too much time, I don’t think he/she is worth it” ... Overachiever
  • [_] “If during time of emergency baby is put aside, left alone, & family is upset with mother for taking a chance giving birth. Wondering if he/she belongs, always trying to find one’s place, not sure where one fits in.
  • [_] “We really wanted a boy (or a girl) this time” ... Distrust of any demonstration of appreciation, trouble accepting complements.
  • [_] “We have too many children already, now here’s another one” ... Always feeling rejected
  • [_] “So you’re the little booger that caused mama all this trouble” ... Guilt, shame
  • [_] “I really don’t want you, you’re funny looking” ... Dislike for parent, difficult parent-child relationship, dislike for self
  • [_] “You’re so beautiful, you’re perfect in every way!” ... Feels secure, feels good about self
  • [_] Mother is really happy, excited to see baby, says nice things ... Feels everything is all right with the world
  • [_] Father is agreeable, smiling, and showing baby off ... Feels pleasure, feels perfect, and secure

REMEMBERING MY OWN STORY: THINGS THAT WERE SAID ABOUT ME

“When my mother was carrying me in her womb, she expressed that her dominant thoughts about me were:

__________________________ ___________________________ 

REMEMBERING MY CHILD'S STORY: THINGS THAT WERE SAID DURING THE PREGNANCY

__________________________ ___________________________ 

THE CHILDHOOD

"Please Watch Your Kids"

FACEBOOK VIDEO:     
WHERE OUR ANGER COMES FROM By Grown And Sexy, Facebook Post

NEWS VIDEO:             
WHEN DOES PARENTING CROSS THE LINE INTO PSYCHOLOGICAL ABUSE

NEWS VIDEO:            
EMOTIONAL ABUSE IS FAR WORSE THAN YOU THINK

POSITIVE THINGS TO SAY

  • [_] 1. I am grateful for you
  • [_] 2. You make me proud
  • [_] 3. Your words are meaningful
  • [_] 4. You have great ideas
  • [_] 5. I love being your parent
  • [_] 6. You are perfect
  • [_] 7. Your opinions matter
  • [_] 8. You are important
  • [_] 9. You are loved
  • [_]10. I believe you
  • [_]11. I believe in you
  • [_]12. Our family is because you are
  • [_]13. You are valuable
  • [_]14. You can say no
  • [_]15. You can say yes
  • [_]16. I know you did your best
  • [_]17. You were right
  • [_]18. I accept who you are
  • [_]19. We can try your way
  • [_]20. You are helpful
  • [_]21. You are worth it
  • [_]22. You make me happy
  • [_]23. I love your creativity
  • [_]24. Being with you is fun
  • [_]25. I can't wait to hear it
  • [_]26. Don't be afraid to be you
  • [_]27. You make a difference
  • [_]28. Time with you is exciting
  • [_]29. You are interesting
  • [_]30. I love seing it your way
  • [_]31. Its good to be curious
  • [_]32. I love the way you tell stories
  • [_]33. What you did was awesome
  • [_]34  I admire you
  • [_]35. That's a great question
  • [_]36. Your friends are lucky to have you
  • [_]37. I trust you
  • [_]38. That was a good choice
  • [_]39. You make me happy
  • [_]40. Being your parent is my best job

66 POSITIVE THINGS TO SAY

Better communication encourages good behavior. This list of things we can say to our children was shared in Ebony Homeschollers with Rhonda Payne. Practice applying one or more of these 66 things and write about how it worked out. 

 

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