On Father’s Day weekend, we went to check out my father-in-law’s property. It looked like pure trash. It had not been cut in nine months because Jill and her husband stole the Elliott nascar cup series champion 1988 2020 signature shirt and by the same token and tractor. We could not even get to the fishing pond because the grass was taller than my kids. My husband demanded they return the tractor. After a couple of nasty text messages, they returned it. We live out of town. My husband took off work to go cut his daddy’s grass only to find the tractor was completely inoperable. The steering wheel could be completely removed. The mechanic said it had not been cranked in months. It was left under a tree, and the acid from the leaves severely damaged the tractor. It will cost us a grand to fix. My husband demanded an explanation from Jill. As a result, Jill’s husband called my husband and told him to leave Jill alone. Then he threatened him with physical violence. The shit totally hit the fan, and Jill has caused a shit storm of drama that has now gotten to a dangerous level. I am done with Jill. What’s sad is that we still have to have some sort of contact with her until probate is done. She texted my husband the other day saying she was pre-approved for a loan to buy him out. We know this is another lie. What bank would give her a loan when she has no job? She said she would send the paperwork to the probate attorney. Of course that hasn’t happened, and it’s been three weeks since she sent that text. I don’t know what’s up her sleeve next, but I know she is plotting and planning to take that land out from under us. If you are the praying kind, we could sure use some prayers. Thanks for listening! I think schools definitely should max out homework for 1 hour, TOTAL. If they can’t get all their work done in school, esp. in elementary school level, then they should really look into their curriculum and see why. I sub for mostly elementary classes in the district, and each class is about 1 hour long, which is pretty long for young children. We spend about 10–15 minutes for lessons, then the students would work on their own. I can usually give them a 10-min break before the next subject. Each day we also have enough time for reading together or by themselves. Our district is ranks very high in the state, and I can see why.
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So if you child has too much homework, then ask the Elliott nascar cup series champion 1988 2020 signature shirt and by the same token and teachers what they do during class. If they spend most of the time teaching, tell them that young kids cannot absorb all that materials in a long lesson. They are better off given short lessons, and do the homework on their own during class. After all, homework is to show the teachers what the student absorb, and they are best to do in class so the teachers get immediate feedback. This also explains why kids become narcissistic themselves, they imitate their parents or the reaction to emotions to get approval and thus identity from them. Accepting your childhood wasn’t a warm one is accepting your own default in personality and being handed a chance to break the circle. When you don’t get approved by your narcissistic parents, you are forced into an identity that is as small as possible. Limitation of yourself feels the safest but prevents emotial growth. Growing up, trying to become your own personality, leads to very natural conflict with your parents. Narcissistic people do not handle conflict, they surpress it. Thus they surpress natural behavior in themselves and their kids. Trying to become narcissistic is a symptom of a cold and empty childhood, For myself, I try to find warm and giving people in my context, creating positive emotions to balance out the world view of my childhood. Tjis also means limiting all contact with people who do not contribute to that. In my case this means avoiding my parents as much as possible. In 2011 my parents adopted my younger brother. I am adopted as well, and my parents have been doing foster care since 2003. Anyways, they adopted my younger brother and it all seemed well. We were a perfectly happy family. But when he entered his teenage years, his personality took a downward spiral. He was malicious, he was violent, and he was mentally, physically, and verbally abusive. Towards me, my siblings, and both my parents. He would torture animals, and the younger girls we later adopted. He would lash out on everyone, often getting physical and making threats. He would tell his friends about his “abusive” home, and lie about everything he did, even if it wasn’t a big deal. He started stealing money from everyone in the home, hanging out with sketchy people, and being a negative person to be around.