Anasthia's Blog – January 2010 Archive (4)

Some of my dumb Mistakes: Getting My Child to Act Smart

I've gotten more feedback on the post "Getting

My Child to Act as Smart as She Is
" than I've ever gotten on a blog post.





I was a little relieved because I was grappling with a topic I felt was unique to my situation without a lot of support from others, and it was a little

frustrating. . I'm feeling better about the situation - which, of course,

continues - but wanted to build on my… Continue

Added by Anasthia on January 19, 2010 at 2:30pm — No Comments

Good Grades, Bad Attitude

What do you do with the child that gets great grades but has a piss poor attitude? The child whose attitude is so jacked up, you can't even justify rewarding the effort she put into earning grades. This is insane!



Well, the battle is on. Get the scoop on My Grade A Child with the Grade F attitude.…



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Added by Anasthia on January 13, 2010 at 1:30pm — No Comments

What if I had my dad in my life as a child?

I attended my Dad's funeral Friday, and I'm here to tell the story. Instead of telling the story of how my half-brother tried to make me feel insignificant - even during my Dad's funeral ceremony - I'll tell the story of how the relationship that wasn't was, and how I think it's made an amazing difference in my life.



As a little girl, I fantasized ALL the time about how amazing it would be to have my Dad in my life. A couple of my friends had Dad's, and I just could not understand… Continue

Added by Anasthia on January 11, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments

The New Years Resolutions that Will Not Be

What a weird beginning to 2010. I'm so blah. . not feeling like I've shed the grief of 2009 and accepted all the new opportunities that are awaiting in 2010. Right now, I'm really just fakin' it 'til I make it.



As I always do, I started my list of New Years Resolutions. I do not remember anymore what #1 was, but #2 was to spend more time with my Dad. "More Time" as opposed to seeing him twice a year despite his constant pleas for more time. Arrrrrrrrgh. .…



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Added by Anasthia on January 5, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments

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