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Some quotes about unique and not worry about what other people think so?

Posted in Child Care on 24th April 2013

Some quotes about unique and not worry about what other people etc.? Thinking
A girl was calling me fat and ugly and said no body likes me and is really hurtful. What are some quotes i on my page about the bigger person and unique and not worry about what they think, and to know that in the end may make the person stronger. She is stick thin and is so terrible, she has only one friend, because this left. Im not so bad, and I’m the exact weight i should be for my height and age. ? Any suggestions with quotes Best Answer (s):

answer by Tobias Lundqvist
“When you feel like giving up, remember why you held so long in the first place.” – Unknown. “Never give up on what you really want to do The person with big dreams is more powerful than one with all the facts.” – Also unknown “Be yourself, do not take anyone shit, and never let them take you alive.” – Gerard Way “You must love yourself before you love others By accepting yourself and fully being what you are, your simple presence can make others happy..” – Unknown “The most terrible thing is to fully accept” – Carl Gustav Jung Also, I’m pretty confident that the reason why the girls do this because their self-confidence is very bad. I think she needs someone to accept her as she is, exactly as you want, to be accepted, but to say it offends them to keep their opinion of themselves.

Reply xpatinasia
“I yam what I yam” – Popeye

Reply aaduu
You are never alone . Confirmed or unconfirmed, that the dreams through him is always there to support him from the inside. – Laurence van der Post Your soul is all you have. Take it in hand and make something of it! – Martin H. Fischer you present yourself immerWie who you would be, And that is the person The world will see -. Robert Brault,

Reply by Jay 2 How about
one of the following:? 1 “I am who I am, and that’s all I can!” -OR 2 “What goes around, comes around.” -OR 3 “Haters come in all shapes and sizes.” -OR 4 “Treat the way you want, you’d done more.” I would just ignore the girl who has harassed you. It seems very obvious that she is in the wrong, and you are right, if you do not give such attention to their taunts, “bullying” or attempted abuse. Walk tall and pround stand your ground, and above all, to do and to try to do what is right. (In the “long run” is what is most important.)

answer to be yourself in a world that is constantly trying Trinag333 of
, do something different resist the greatest achievement. (Ralph Waldo Emerson) I am good enough just as I bin.Und who I am, a powerful and loving Menschenwer (Unknown) is learning every step of the way.

Reply Justlife10
I am so beautiful, sometimes people, when they see me cry. And it has nothing with how I look really has to do, it’s just that I gave myself the power to say that I am beautiful, and if I could do that, maybe there is hope for them. And the great divide between the beautiful and the ugly will cease to be. Because we are all what we wählen.Margaret ChoWenn you appreciate yourself, you understand that you Britten Olange to make a gift for someone sind.Rhonda you smile, have sparkling eyes and keep your shoulders back, no one would be the butt or your waist or your feet notice for this Angelegenheit.Cat DeeleySie laugh at me ’cause I’m different. I laugh at you because you’re all the same you sind.UnbekanntAkzeptieren everything about yourself – I mean everything, You are you and that is the beginning and the end – no apologies, no Bedauern.Clark MoustakasAndere people’s opinion of you do not, your reality geworden.Les BrownIch do not care so much what I am, like others, what am I to myself. I get rich by myself, and not by borrowing sein.Michel de MontaigneLeah. “You’re beautiful no matter what they say Words can not bring you down” Their courage brighten my day 🙂

answer by Jo W
“I was once asked:” How old are you “My response was:” Old enough to know, and young enough not to care “.” -. Leif Ericsson Leo Veness “If I care to listen to every criticism, let alone respond to it, then this business is to be closed for any other business I’ve learned to do my best, and if the result is good, then I do not care for any criticism, but if the result is not good, then even the praise of ten angels would not make the difference is. “- Abraham Lincoln” The best way to lose a job, is simply not to care. If you do not care, it shows in everything you do. “- Bo Bennett” Our changing tastes strong The lad does not care for the baby rattle, and the old man does not care for the young man whore. “-. Samuel Johnson “.. rejection is one of the worst feelings That means on the other hand, it would not matter even if you were dead Your old lover rejects you, she says:” You can drop dead, I do not care at all “” – Jonathan Fain ” People do not know what you do or say to them that you can feel care about them. ” – Lorrin L. Lee “.. I do not care about three years ago … I do not care two years ago I do not care in the last year The only thing I care about is this week.” – Tom Brady “I do not know anything about my character here on earth.I care about what other people think or say, take care of me, is all I care about my position before the Lord.” – Brigham Young “I do not care what other people in the industry to make, I do not care what other industries to make … I care about the people of this Framework Agreement, the bar because we.” – Mark Blondin

Why do mothers continue to worry about their children even after they become fully mature?

Posted in Child Care on 29th November 2010

Why do mothers continue to worry about their children even after they become fully mature?
I understand that mothers care about their children and all, so that’s not what I’m asking. I’m asking, from a psychological or biological or evolutionary perspective, as a child, a human being cannot fend for itself, so it needs a mother’s care in order to survive. However, once a person has reached adulthood, they have all the natural capabilities to survive, so why does a mother’s “care” continue in the same manner, even into adulthood? What evolutionary purpose does it serve?
Hey people, this is psychology, so I’m not interested in your opinions or sob stories; I’m interested in scientific ideas. Thanks.

Best answer(s):

Answer by Sophia Z
2 Words : Maternal Instincts…

Answer by China
It just makes them feel good.At least thats what i think.

Answer by lois d
a mother is a mother no matter how old they are.

Answer by toko40351
maybe it’s an evolutionary glitch. like the brain of a mother is wired to be nurturing to her offspring but isn’t wired to ever stop

Answer by Kevin F
It’s a Parental Thing. Dad’s do it as well, at least I know that I do.

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Answer by lisa k
because when you really need someone you need to be able to get that reliable nurturing from some safe place, and if you dont have mommy to go to, you may bottle it up and become a mass murderer or something ………in other words, who knows?

Answer by NY at heart
please…my grandma still thinks i am 4 yrs old…and i am 29, and married! parents still think of their kids as kids, even after they’ve grown. i doubt it has anything to do with science.

Answer by Xinyee
Its very simple,a mum,will always want their son/daughter to be safe,because they are Mum’s precious,unless you tell me that son/daughter is not mum’s own flesh/blood.

Answer by gigi
Not all mothers continue to obsess about their children. Some of us let them go a little at a time realizing that they are growing up and can and have to learn to do things on their own. The mothers that don’t let go do it for themselves not for the child.They need to feel needed. They are the ones that feel like their job is done when the child no longer needs them so they continue as if the child was a baby, or a young person. Some people appreciate this, because then they never have to do anything for themselves, and they like a servant, Some let their mothers do it just to appease them. Some get the guts and make their mothers realize that they are grown up and the mother must find some other past time until the grandchildren come along. Some kids never grow up and really need the parents forever and are lost once the parents are gone. So there is your answer. We are all different people and since not all mothers are like this, I simply explained the ones that are. The other ones are off having fun with life.

Answer by ABBY
This is a good question. I have a 20 year old who moved out at 18 because he did not want to follow our rules. We did not let girls sleep over, did not let him drink, he had to hold down a job…you get the picture. We told him as long as he lives with us he follows the rules, so he moves out. For the past 2 years I dont think I even slept a whole night. My nerves are shot, I worry about him 24/7. He moved out and rented rooms out to other friends and that is how he paid his bills. He did not want to work. Well, as you know with 5 teen agers living together, they had problems or didnt pay rent and so on. 4 of them moved out one by one. So my son had to get a job. Now he works 5 days a week and goes to college part time. He is learning how hard it is to live on your own. GREAT. But the problem I worry about is that he is always getting into something. He and some friends egged a few places in town, busted mail boxes, took road signs, etc. Now these are the things he is getting caught doing. He drives very fast and has got several speeding tickets and he dates girls that he should not date. I could go on and on…… I worry so much that he gets in major trouble or even hurt or killed. My husband also worries, we can not help worrying, he is our only kid. What can we do to not worry? Tell me how a mother stops worrying or loving our kids after they move out on their own????

Why do mothers continue to worry about their children even after they become fully mature?

Posted in Child Care on 28th November 2010

Why do mothers continue to worry about their children even after they become fully mature?
I understand that mothers care about their children and all, so that’s not what I’m asking. I’m asking, from a psychological or biological or evolutionary perspective, as a child, a human being cannot fend for itself, so it needs a mother’s care in order to survive. However, once a person has reached adulthood, they have all the natural capabilities to survive, so why does a mother’s “care” continue in the same manner, even into adulthood? What evolutionary purpose does it serve?

Best answer(s):

Answer by Sandy M
I don’t know that it serves any “evolutionary” purpose, but once you get into the habit of doing something, it’s damned near impossible to stop. Mothers nurture their children from the moment they’re conceived (or the moment they find out they’re pregnant), and continue doing so until the day they die. A child reaching adulthood has nothing to do with it.

Sandy

Answer by dirtyoldman
you are a parent 24 hours a day for the rest of your life.

Answer by PJ
A mother guards a child for, genetically speaking, purely gene-selfish reasons. If the child survives so do the mother’s genes. The reason for this concern continuing even when the child may defend itself could be two-fold:

1. The manner in which the instinct to protect (emotions such as care and compassion for example) is biologically wired into the mother may not distinguish between a child and a grown adult

2. There may still be evolutionary advantage in helping her adult child ‘get ahead’

Answer by wild-man of Borneo
Decode this lyrics “You raised me up”
Ever wonder who has the right to kick us on the butts in planet of apes?
Ever wonder did we raised her up in planet of apes?
Ever wonder how mother always wanted to keep her broods under her wing until she leave us with time in planet of apes.
Knowing that we do not know how to fly in planet of apes.
With all the mess out there living in misery in own backyards in planet of apes.

Answer by Baseerat
i dont know any Evolutionary purpose.
Mothers care for u more tahn anyone else.Its a fact.
Y u wonder if they care for you even after u become fully mature??I think if u care for a person it does not depend on his maturity only.If u lovea person u Must care for him.Thats y mothers care for u.
On the other hand if ur wife or husband loves u he/she must also care for u.Believe me if they will never do it u will not believe they love you!
i think love always needs to be expressed.Only the ways is diiferent depending upon the relationship.
Think for a while. if u come late at home and u had a severe accident but u survived.and if ur mother dont asks u where u had been till yet, its too late.How u will feel for ur life?
that has just been saved.U will surely think that nobody cares for u. so in my view those who love u always care for u…..
Be happy!
Baseerat.