Do You Think Children Do Things They Know Are Wrong Sometimes? Bigger Things Like Lying,stealing Fro

Do you think children do things they know are wrong sometimes? Bigger things like lying,stealing from family& being mean/innapropriate to other kids?

Yes. Some reasons they may do this:They want to be admired by friend for who doing bad stuff is cool.They are just greedy and are prepared to put up with the bad feelings in order to get the stuff they want.They excuse themselves (eg. 'I need it more' or 'He deserves it').They do not think too much about the future and implications if they are caught. They are rebelling as they try to assert that they are the ones with control

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How can these little kids possibly be black belts?

No and I never promoted a child that young to that rank. The youngest I ever promoted a child was 11 and that was a unique child who had studied and trained under me for six years. He was an exception as all those others that were that young or who started much younger and trained under me never attained that rank. I also had several in their early teens but again those were kids who had been training under me for several years. A few of them like the young males were pretty tough kids and could definitely give an adult who had little or no training a good whooping in some cases. In relation to other kids they were head and shoulders better in their skills, more advanced in their thinking and knowledge and approach to things and understood how to maximize the use of their skills and knowledge. I remember one time we showed up to do a couple of demos and there happened to be some adult black belt students under the training of one of my Shorin-ryu friends. He did not believe in teaching children nor promoting them to black belt and had of course infused them also with that approach. After the first demo they were stunned that my young students were so good and mature in their thinking, knowledge, and execution and also how skilled they were. They remarked also how much better my younger students were than their own older students who they would only take and start at age 12 and that I must work with them a lot. I did and that along with high standards and holding young students to those standards is key to all this I think. I have remarked before that many instructors set themselves and their young students up for failure because they expect and accept something less because the student is younger. They take that approach and idea that a student can correct something or learn to do it still better later when they are older and its good enough for now because of their age. That is a recipe for a watered down student though because a student who learns and practices something when younger is going to tend to do it the same way when they get older. They will instead tend to do it the way they have been all along and its even harder to break that down and their bad habits than teaching them right to begin with and holding them to a higher standard is what I have found. I also take the same approach with fighters and training and coaching them this is why you see many poor quality fighters with mediocre skills getting into the ring or cage. Their coach or instructor lacks the skill and training himself or takes an approach with them that sets them up for failure later.

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What was life like for Americans during the Great Depression?

Most characteristic of life during the Great Depression was the widening gap between the "haves" and "have-nots." Unemployment rose from a shocking 5 million in 1930 to an almost unbelievable 13 million by the end of 1932. It would be rural America that would suffer the greatest. Unemployed fathers saw children hired for sub-standard wages. In 1930, 2.25 million boys and girls ages 10-18 worked in factories, canneries, mines, and on farms. Children left school to support their families. Some middle-class families managed to hold onto their homes by taking in boarders, bartering, and stretching every available dollar. Robert recalls their Illinois home without ice (for ice boxes) or milk delivery, discontinued city water (only well water), and a disconnected gas range. Shacks and shanties, Hoovervilles, provided shelter for destitute families. Alice (10 yrs) lived far from the tar paper huts. "Grandma and Grandpa would squeeze all of us kids in a car and drive us down to a Hooverville by the river. It made our hearts ache to see how bad off other kids were. Even if we only got sweets or fruit once a month, it made us think how lucky we were." My mother was born and raised on a farm. They had a very large family. They ate lard (pig fat) sandwiches and the women had to reuse old rags for their menstrual cycle. Good infrmation below.

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