Concern Wright
Concern Wright answered

Anonymous..........What is a Mother?

A mother takes on the task connected with the home that are the fundamental tasks of humanity....If the mother does not do her duty,  there will either be no next generation, or a next generation that is worse than none at all.

A mother is essential to human life, but her role involves … Read more

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Concern Wright answered Zac Emmit's question

Zac...........That's a universal question - What Do we Need to be Happy?

Basically, the requirements for a happy life are few and simple:

1.  Peace and security

2.  Loving family and friends

3.  Good Health

4.  Adequate food, clothing, and shelter

5.  Purpose in life

6.  Hope for the futute

For many people, some or all of these requirements are hard to meet.

Everyone … Read more

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Concern Wright answered Jann Nicka's question

JNicka.......I just came across your question and let me just say as a parent,  an auntie, and the oldest child a lot of child rearing fell on me.  As I told Anonymous, I couldn't fatham a child that I had a share in raising, talking or treating me in a disrespectful manner.  My siblings and … Read more

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Concern Wright answered

Anonymous.......I had to think about this situation for a moment,  because growing up my siblings and I was taught to mind our own business and/or speak when spoken too with mildness and deep respect.  Now, as a parent I taught all mine, (my child, neices, nephews and their friends) the same way and no matter … Read more

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Concern Wright answered

Anonymous........Your son or daughter curfew is 10:00 pm, but last night - once again- he or she came home after 11:00.

Your teenager can do better.  But first you need to know why  he or she seems to be flouting your rules.  The good new?  What appears to be outright defiance  may be something far less … Read more

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Concern Wright commented on Virginia Lou's answer
JNickaNicka........The birth of a child brings serious responsibilities to a parent. If a child is to grow up to become a healthy adult, he/or she needs nutritious food on a regular basis. How early should a child training begin? The Bible ecourages us to train a child from infancy. Early child training produces good fruitage. … Read more
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Concern Wright answered

First of all you  must determine "What kind of Depression"

The effectiveness of any  particular medical approach depends on what type of depression a patient has.


MAJOR DEPRESSION, has symptons that are severe enough to last six months or longer if untreated and that impact on most aspects of a sufferer's life.

BIPOLAR DISORDER, is also known as … Read more

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Concern Wright commented on Arthur Wright's answer
Anonymous......Smoking is Addictive Tobacco contains one of the most addictive drugs known - Nicotine. It acts as stimulant as well as a depressant. Smoking delivers nicotine to the brain quickly and repeatedly. Also, once hooked, a smoker experiences withdrawal symptoms if his craving for nicotine is not satisfied. Smoking Damages the Body..... "Smoking cigarettes...lt has … Read more
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Concern Wright commented on Ancient Hippy's answer
Yes.....And if you suspect that your teen is thinking about ending it all, ask him or her about it.....The notion that a teen will be encouraged to commit suicide simply by talking about it is false. Each way to suicide is its own; intensely private, unknowable, and terrible......"Suicide is a serious public health problem. A … Read more
Concern Wright
Concern Wright answered Zack - Mr. GenXer's question

You can let your child know that he/or she is not powerless!  In fact, you can fight a bully without their fists.  How?

First,  Stop and Think!

Don't react, if you remain calm as possible - at least on the outside-those bullying you may well lose interest.

Don't Retaliate,  The Bible tells us "Return evil for evil to … Read more

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Concern Wright answered

No,  there is nothing wrong with being a single parent.  However it might be a good idea to have good support from perhaps a trusted friend or relative.  Weigh the pros and cons,  why not make a list of people whom you can call on for help when needed, whether for child care,  transportation, home … Read more

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Concern Wright answered

Anonymous....  It might be wise for you to not do anything that would cause your father to turn you over his knee and smack your bare bottom.  It is better to obey rather than be a sacrifice.

Concern Wright
Concern Wright answered

Both Parents - Should train their Children from Infancy;

The fruitage of the belly is a reward; (Ps 127:3),  So, it is no surprise then, when parents greet the arrival of a newborn with great joy.

However, along with joy, the birth of a child brings serious responsibilities.  If the child is to take a firm stand … Read more

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Concern Wright answered Megan goodgirl's question

Megan goodgirl....... While money is necessary it is always good  to have a balanced view of money.

There is a saying, "Money makes the world go round".  There is some truth to that statement.  After all, it takes money to buy food, obtain clothing, and pay for rent or buy a home.  "The role of money … Read more

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Concern Wright answered Anonymous' question

Anonymous...most definitely be concerned!  Suicide has been called "a permanent solution to a temporary problem".  As hard as it may be to believe, a distressing circumstance - even one that seems beyond her control - may well be temporary. In fact, it can change for the better unexpectedly.  Even if that does not appen, it … Read more

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Concern Wright answered

Anonymous.....Help for Single Moms;

Suggestions;

Look for support from trusted relatives and friends.  Why not make a list of people whom you can call on for help, whether for child care, transportation, home maintenance, or emotional support?  And keep the list current.  Also see what assistance is available through governmental and nongovernmental support.


Concern Wright
Concern Wright answered Anonymous' question

Anonymous...Generally, children love their parents, and parents love their children.  Although parents and chldren yearn to be close to one another, communicatioin is sometimes difficult.  Even when conversation may otherwise be frank and open.  In most cases, kids number one complaint about parents is that "they don't listen".  However, that problem is hardly one-sided.  Parents … Read more

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Concern Wright answered Anonymous' question

Anonymous......That's the challenge - Being a teenager is very very hard.

Communication plays a big role about everything?  And as a teenager you have nothing to say to parents.  Do you give clipped responses or ignite an argument that turns your home ground into a battleground.

Consider two factors that may contribute to the challenge.

Why it Happens;

The … Read more

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Concern Wright answered Anonymous' question

What is needed is good communication skills;

Communication is a vital tool that can.

1.  Help others understand you.

2.  Help you understand why what you want is being refused.

If you want to receive the privileges of a grown-up, it's only reasonable that you develop mature communication skills.  How can you do so?

Learn to control your emotions.

Good … Read more

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Concern Wright answered

Anonymous.....You are a very fortunate young person that has parents that care about not only your well being but your safety as well.  Your parents have a strong desire to protect you.  Love moves them to say yes when they can but no when they have to  When you ask their permission to do something, … Read more