Many parents complain that if they want their child to do something, they have to nag about it over and over again and it still doesn’t get done. Some of the reasons for this is that children are easily distracted, they would rather play and they have previously gotten out of doing the task by ignoring you.
Here is a different approach to the problem. First, explain why the task has to be done. Let’s say you want them to put their toys away. You might say,” Your toys have to be picked up and put away so you will be able to find them and play with them tomorrow. ” You might also use as an explanation, ” Your toys have to be picked up so nobody will trip over them and hurt themselves.” At this point you might ask the child, ” Will you put them away?” If the task is not done immediately stop back from time to time and simply say, “Toys.”
Another example might be getting the child to help clear the table after a meal. An explanation might be, ” Food spoils when left on the table and it can make people sick. So will you bring the dishes in the kitchen?’ If the chore is not done right away, go back from time to time and just say, ” Dishes.”
Always thank the youngster for doing the task. Let them know their work is appreciated.
Good credit can save you money because it gets you financing at a cheaper rate. It also gives you favorable treatment from banks and credit card companies. For the most part your credit score is based on how promptly you make your payments and not having to great of an outstanding balance owed.Your credit score will be hurt by payment delinquencies and the closing out existing credit cards that you have but do not use.
Be very hesitant about using credit repair companies that charge for their services. They cannot do anything for you the you can’t do for yourself under the Federal Credit Repair Act.
The trick that will help you improve your credit score is this. When you receive your monthly credit card statement it appears as though you have the option of paying either a minimum amount or the monthly balance. If you normally pay the minimum, pay an amount reasonably over the minimum (10 – 15%). This will accelerate lowering your existing balance and this makes credit card companies very happy. Try it for a few payments and see what the results are credit wise. Eventually the balance has to be paid off anyway.
If you are injured on the job, even if it is your own fault, you have the right to be treated and compensated for the injuries. Each state has their own set of rules but they all provide protection for you, the injured employee. The injury must occur within the course and scope of your job and should be reported to the employer as quickly as possible.
All types of injuries are covered: Accidents, injuries to joints because of work activities, aggravation of a pre-existing problem, allergies and sensitivities to the work place, in some states psychological issues are included, the list is almost endless.
You may use your own Doctor for treatment if care is not provided. If during the time of treatment you’ re unable to work, you are entitled to be paid a weekly amount. Usually this comes from an insurance company that most employers are required by law to have.
After treatment if you are basically healed, you have the right to be given your old job back. If it turns out that because of the injury you can no longer do the same physical activities, you have a right to be compensated with money because your earning capacity has been diminished. Typically, an Attorney is required to insure your best interest.
Let’s assume that you have been involved in an auto accident either as a driver or a passenger and would like to be compensated with money. To figure out who should get what, the law has created certain rules and principles. These allow you to sue, or threaten to sue which creates the out of court settlement.
In a car accident case four elements must be present. The first is that the driver of the car that caused the accident must owe a duty of due car to the driver or passenger he injured. This simply means he must use reasonable care driving and not injure any car or person. Included in this would be using proper speed, and stopping at red lights and stop signs.
The second element is that the driver we want to sue breached his duty of due care by running a red light or failing to stop when they should have. There are many ways of breaching the duty of due care.
The third element is foreseeability. Another words was it foreseeable that the breach is the cause of injuries. It is certainly foreseeable to the driver of a car that when he hits another car there will be injuries to the people in the vehicle.
The fourth element is injuries resulting from the accident. This includes payment for pain and suffering, loss of wages, damages to car and other property, medical bills, future medical bills, general damages and loss of consortium (loss of romantic interludes with one’s wife).
When the four elements are present, you have a good case.
It is not unusual to see and hear a young child have a crying melt down while the parents are standing there looking embarrassed. One reason for this crying is that little children often have no other way of expressing themselves.
Another and probably more significant reason is that being on a trip or vacation they find themselves in unfamiliar surroundings. Where you as an adult may look at your new environment with interest to the young child it might be frightening.
Imagine that you are at Disney World and had never before seen any of the Disney characters. Suddenly, a five foot mouse, with big ears, a squeaky voice, walking upright, approaches you and says, “Hello, my name is Mickey.” No one would blame you for being a little upset. Think how a little kid feels in unfamiliar surroundings. Young children need and thrive in stable environments. They are uncomfortable in airports, planes, trains and busses as well as restaurants, movie theaters, stores and dozens of other places.
The best thing you can do to avoid the crying is to tell the child where they will be going tomorrow. Tell them what they are going to see and what fun things they should look for. As you arrive at the places you told them about remind them of your discussion. Another words, based on your conversation as to what they will be seeing you are making them seem more familiar.