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General Discussion / Re: saying goodbye
« Last post by LuckyEightWow on March 03, 2020, 02:49:48 pm »
Iím so sorry, that does sound like a lot to be dealing with.


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General Discussion / saying goodbye
« Last post by sheilao409 on March 03, 2020, 12:28:39 pm »
its the hardest thing to do . I don't know if anyone is  still here but my step dad is now dying of cancer . One bad thing after another keeps happening > im just in a bad place my son is in prison for dealing and I just cant seem to find any good news . Hope all of you are well
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Confessions / Re: 3years old
« Last post by Olioxenfree on January 12, 2020, 02:02:41 pm »
No. My one year old helps pick up his toys and puts his clothes in the hamper. With my three year old, I just say "clean up time" and he knows to pick up the room. You'll have to watch and guide them at first, but there's no reason why they can't and it's good for them to know how by that age. I don't consider those chores, we just call them responsibilities. He has other chores like cleaning the table for dinner, watering the plants, etc.
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General Discussion / Re: Where's Cafemom when you need it?
« Last post by saphira1207 on January 07, 2020, 10:27:32 pm »
She sounds burnt out on academic stuff.  She also sounds like she wants a more normal teenhood.And she sounds like she's starting to hang around with a questionable group.  Considering her age, I'd talk to her and come to some compromises about school and her choice of friends.  Try not to sound accusatory when you say the people she's hanging around are iffy if they're not going to graduate on time.  I deal with that kind of thing in my job every day, so I can say with some certainty that if they're not graduating on time there's a problem somewhere.  It may be anxiety, bullying, a learning disability that hasn't been dealt with.  It may also be due to less reasonable causes, like drugs or abuse.  Make sure she knows you understand her position, but also tell her that certain types of people can inadvertently pull her down the wrong road. (make it sound like it would be unintentional on the friends part, that way she'll get less upset.)


I've had an awful couple days and really wish I had the old site to use as a sounding board. This is the basic gist of it: DD chose a high school to go to based on the fact she could graduate with her Associate's degree. The school is small and doesn't offer AP classes.

She never agreed to take less regular high school classes on top of taking dual/concurrent enrollment units each semester through the local community college district because she liked her high school classes, and enjoyed the teachers/students there. She's a junior now and is about 40% done with an Associate to Transfer (AS-T) in Computer Science, but the kind of classes she has left are really advanced math and physics classes. She's on her third programming class, and is finding this one harder than the rest. But, she's taken so many classes through both high school and the community college that she will only need two classes to graduate next year.

She wants to take the basic English course through the community college for Spring 2020, and not take any other community college courses. Then for senior year she wants to only have one class she needs to graduate, keep the rest of her school day open for free periods, and not take any more community college classes. She doesn't want to do extracurriculars. She doesn't want to work, unless she can find a friend who will do something fun, like work at a clothing store they like and would get an employee discount at.

She says school doesn't make her happy. Clubs and sports don't make her happy. computer Science doesn't make her happy, and she thinks she wants to switch to an easier major like Anthropology. Hanging out with her friends makes her happy, and she thinks it's important for her mental health that we let her go out.

DH thinks this is all happening because she has a boyfriend now. Her boyfriend is a senior and has a full load of classes. He needs to pass every single class to graduate, and he already had a detention for skipping fifteen classes this year. His friends have become her friends, and although they're all seniors she's not worried about being alone next year because she thinks a lot of them aren't going to be able to graduate this year.

She really does have a lot of schoolwork, though. The way her school is set up, she's taking five core courses for seven months of the school year, and then two months of the school year is spent taking two electives. On top of that she's taking 11 units through community college. So, it feels real to me that she says she's stressed and overwhelmed.

DH says she's not stressed and overwhelmed, and instead is just being influenced by these new friends. He also makes a good point that her community college classes are tuition free as long as she's still in high school. And, I know this isn't her problem, but he is staying here in the Bay Area where our rent is $4k a month because he thought the school was an incredible opportunity, so he doesn't see the point to staying here if she doesn't keep going full throttle.
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Confessions / Re: Happy New Year!
« Last post by Ivegotrhythm on January 06, 2020, 01:37:53 am »
Happy New year!
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General Discussion / Re: My sons daycare is horrible
« Last post by Dalmatian_Plantation on January 05, 2020, 02:08:16 am »
Sounds to me like your child is pulling hair because you let him and excuse him and blame it on every one else. Yes you should work on his behavior at home, teach him that his actions have consequences and that that behavior is not ok.
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Confessions / Happy New Year!
« Last post by MistressMonster on December 31, 2019, 10:47:05 pm »
Happy New Year everyone
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Confessions / Kinesiology help!
« Last post by Blonde720 on December 02, 2019, 02:04:46 pm »
I have to do an interview with someone who has a kinesiology degree or certificate. Iím taking an intro online course in kinesiology. I have a project outline to do so well as an essay on this interview. I will submit the interview directly to my professor so none of your answers will be public. I would appreciate if you could answer these questions. Feel free to send through message if you donít feel comfortable posting on this thread.  Thank you!

Here is my assignment: Include the professionalís name, position, company or institution they work for and email address as part of the introduction? 1. In what city and/or country were you raised? 2. What made you interested in ___________ (the professionalís discipline)? 3. Did you always know you wanted to be a _______? Schooling/Academic Preparation/Certification/s (Paragraph Two) 4. Where did you complete your undergraduate, graduate studies (and/or certification/s)? 5. What did you major in as an undergraduate (and/or what certification/s have you earned)? 6. What factors were crucial to your decision to attend and earn a degree at the university and program of your choice (and/or what were the factor/s you selected your certifying organization/s)? 7. What did you like best about the academic (or certification/s) program/s? What did you like least? 8. What courses did you take in college and/or personal experiences (including certification activities) best prepare you for your current career? The Profession (Paragraph Three) 9. What common characteristic/s do you see in fellow professionals? 10. What advice do you have for aspiring future professionals in your field? 11. If you were in a position to hire a ______ what qualifications and qualities would you look for in this individual? 12. What do you most like and dislike about your current position/profession? 13. What professional organizations are you an active member? How do you keep up with new developments in your field? 14. What are your thoughts on the future of ____________ (the professionalís discipline)?
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Diet & Exercise / Kinesiology help!
« Last post by Blonde720 on December 02, 2019, 01:57:09 pm »
I have to do an interview with someone who has a kinesiology degree or certificate. Iím taking an intro online course in kinesiology. I have a project outline to do so well as an essay on this interview. I will submit the interview directly to my professor so none of your answers will be public. I would appreciate if you could answer these questions. Feel free to send through message if you donít feel comfortable posting on this thread.  Thank you!

Here is my assignment: Include the professionalís name, position, company or institution they work for and email address as part of the introduction? 1. In what city and/or country were you raised? 2. What made you interested in ___________ (the professionalís discipline)? 3. Did you always know you wanted to be a _______? Schooling/Academic Preparation/Certification/s (Paragraph Two) 4. Where did you complete your undergraduate, graduate studies (and/or certification/s)? 5. What did you major in as an undergraduate (and/or what certification/s have you earned)? 6. What factors were crucial to your decision to attend and earn a degree at the university and program of your choice (and/or what were the factor/s you selected your certifying organization/s)? 7. What did you like best about the academic (or certification/s) program/s? What did you like least? 8. What courses did you take in college and/or personal experiences (including certification activities) best prepare you for your current career? The Profession (Paragraph Three) 9. What common characteristic/s do you see in fellow professionals? 10. What advice do you have for aspiring future professionals in your field? 11. If you were in a position to hire a ______ what qualifications and qualities would you look for in this individual? 12. What do you most like and dislike about your current position/profession? 13. What professional organizations are you an active member? How do you keep up with new developments in your field? 14. What are your thoughts on the future of ____________ (the professionalís discipline)?
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Confessions / Re: So, it's dead
« Last post by anlei05 on November 18, 2019, 11:35:54 pm »
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saying goodbye by LuckyEightWow
03 Mar, 2020 14:49

3years old by Olioxenfree
12 Jan, 2020 14:02

Where's Cafemom when you need it? by saphira1207
07 Jan, 2020 22:27

Happy New Year! by Ivegotrhythm
06 Jan, 2020 01:37

My sons daycare is horrible by Dalmatian_Plantation
05 Jan, 2020 02:08