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There is a wonderful Chinese proverb about happiness. It has been stated,
“If you want to be happy for one hour…..take a nap.
If you want to be happy for one day…..go fishing.
If you want to be happy for one week…..take a vacation.
If you want to be happy for a month…..get married.
If you want to be happy for a year…..inherit a fortune.
But if you want to be happy for life,” says the Chinese proverb,
The two-hour seminar
covers challenges such as:
And any other dangerous,
damaging and destructive acts of misconduct
Seminars prove to further
develop a child's sense of
Search for Happiness
I’m totally convinced, happiness is not found. Happiness is created. If you are not happy with the way things are going in your life, get off the stage and get new actors, rewrite the script, change the setting. Then, once you are happy with the play you have produced, put yourself back onto that stage and continue directing your play. Don’t become the applauder who is applauding someone’s performance, or the actor who is reading someone else’s script. Become the director who is in full control of his or her play. Take full responsibility for your joys, for your happiness and for all of your emotions. After all, it is YOUR life that is being played out.
"The Kidstuff Parenting Seminars will burst your restricted beliefs, empower your self-esteem and skyrocket your potentials to become the best parent possible. Through the Seminars, Pasquale Fulginiti will unveil and propel your life to fulfillment, inner peace, gratitude, abundance, joy & success!"
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Quote From One of Pasquale's Parenting Seminars
A friend shared the following story with me, which I think demonstrates that joy, happiness and peace are choices we can make. It is what I call the Ellen Story.
A man observed a woman in the grocery store with a three-year-old girl in her basket. As they passed the cookie section, the child asked for cookies and her mother told her "no." The little girl immediately began to whine and fuss, and the mother said quietly, "Now Ellen, we just have half of the aisles left to go through; don't be upset. It won't be long."
He passed the mother again in the candy aisle. Of course, the little girl began to shout for candy. When she was told she couldn't have any, she began to cry. The mother said, "There, there, Ellen, don't start crying. Only two more aisles to go, and then we'll be checking out."
The man again happened to be behind the pair at the checkout, where the little girl immediately began to cry for gum and burst into a terrible tantrum upon discovering there would be no gum purchased today. The mother patiently said, "Ellen, we'll be through this check out stand in five minutes, and then you can go home and have a nice nap."
The man followed them out to the parking lot and stopped the woman to compliment her. "I couldn't help noticing how patient you were with little Ellen..."
The mother broke in, "My little girl's name is Tammy... I'm Ellen."
"It is not about changing your kids; it’s about changing your parenting style. Some of us probably grew up with the idea that the more we do for our children; then the better parent we will become. Parents from the one household (Chapter One) might tend to blame their children for the parent’s emotions. For example, “You made me mad,” “You really get to me.” “Her remark embarrassed me terribly.” “This weather really depresses me.” “This job really bores me.” “The very sight of him saddens me.” These are statements which are often heard coming out of the mouths of most of these permissive parents. Parents are content to blame others, circumstances, and bad luck for their misfortunes. The parents convey the message that the children are responsible for what the parents feel or do.
We can not control what happens around us. What we have complete control over is how we choose to react to what happens around us. No matter what happens to us, we can always choose joy to be our response.