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revised As an atheist, how should I explain theism to my children?
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comment Attention-promoting activities for a toddler
Bear in mind that this isn't about fixing ADD, but rather about developing impulse control etc. in a toddler. This has been demonstrated to be not only possible, but essential in early development. Children who do not adequately develop these skills are at a life-long disadvantage since it is so difficult to develop later in life. This does not change whether someone has ADD, but it's my opinion that it might help in dealing with day-to-day activities, since being disadvantaged in that area would only compound the problem.
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comment Is it reasonable to put limits on a pre-teen playing video games?
I'm sure someone smart once said "anything in excess is a vice" or something like that. If not, then I said it. Just now.
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