The High Achiever Syndrome
As a loving parent, you REALLY want is for your CHILD to grow up to be a happy, successful, and independent ADULT!
You may have some questions as to whether that is actually going to happen. Let’s face it, we all see our children growing up; see how we have to make sure their do their homework, clean up their room, and to develop skills to keep themselves safe. They depend on us for a lot!
Perhaps we wonder if they will ever be able to do all these things for themselves!
Let us help you to empower your child to develop the confidence and self-esteem to become a successful and independent adult.
What are the five stages that your child must do through to start as a helpless and dependent infant and grow into becoming a successful and independent adult?
What principles of communication can you use to speed the development of this independence?
What is the key principle that your child needs to learn to manage and understand stress, so that it becomes a motivator, as opposed to a burden?
What are the qualities of the “high achiever syndrome?” How does the study of martial arts fit into this equation?
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Please take advantage of this offer and call 408-476-8314 to reserve your spot at our next workshop. Limit twelve parents per workshop.
Is it ADHD, or is it something else?
Having a professional tell you that your child may have Attention Deficit Disorder does not automatically mean that there is no choice but to take medications!
Medications may not actually improve your child’s performance at school and there are many possible negative side effects.
It is important to realize that there are many different conditions that can cause your child to have behaviors that mimic ADHD.
A noted specialist was stated the ADHD was not a single condition but perhaps could be better described as a group of conditions including:
“D” Different Learning Styles
Under "different learning styles," this could mean that the child learns through non-conventional methods. (Listening, looking, moving)
If your child falls into the “moving” category, then movement activities such as the martial arts may have a significant impact on their ability to pay attention.
Could the study of the martial arts have a role in the correction of these types of problems in your child?
What are the signs and symptoms of each of the four categories?
Call us now to reserve you spot at our next free workshop about conditions that mimic ADD and what you can do to manage these conditions.
Please take advantage of this offer and call 408-476-8314 to reserve your spot at our next workshop.
Limit twelve parents per workshop.