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Never Compare, or Compare?

Never Compare, or Compare?
 In our home we have a family motto:  "Never compare, someone always gets hurt."  I think we got that from James Dobson at one point, encouraging us not to compare one child to another - especially in areas that are hard wired and the child can't change.   I think that's a wonderful reminder for homeschoolers, because sometimes we compare one child to another, when in fact they are both a unique individual with unique strengths...
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Guest — Lisa
I have a child who is very academic and one who isn't (here I am comparing). Even though the less academic one may be "behind" by ... Read More
Saturday, 06 June 2009 19:38
Guest — J W
P. S. - we're not at the end of this journey yet, in fact, we're only halfway to legal adult age, but I can confidently say that h... Read More
Tuesday, 02 June 2009 17:45
Guest — J W
Yep, I agree. Some people outside our family are quick to latch on to a label and blame every bad thing on that label. "Oh, she'... Read More
Tuesday, 02 June 2009 17:37
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Commit Your Plans to the Lord!

Commit Your Plans to the Lord!
"Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and your plans will succeed."Proverbs 16:3That's quite a promise there!  I love how the Bible says your PLANS will succeed.  He doesn't promise your CURRICULUM will succeed.  Chances are there will be some curriculum choices along the way that won't work.  The good news is that your plans will succeed when you commit what you do to the Lord.  "Here God, this is for you.  You carry the burden."Commit...
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Guest — J W
Wow, I definitely wouldn't be able to go to a *real* conference this weekend, but the virtual conference will fit nicely around ev... Read More
Sunday, 27 July 2008 07:31
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