Consegna della Charter al nuovo club Villa San Giovanni Cenide

Il nostro club ha donato loro la campana di club come simbolo di un legame che ci ha uniti sin dall’inizio ,un punto di riferimento grazie alla nostra Presidente Valeria Borruto che ha stabilito un rapporto solido e di collaborazione reciproca pro futuro!

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  1. I very much agree with the previous post that we need to pay much clesor attention to the not-so-obvious negative consequences of the Chuanese parenting style or other parenting styles close to it. Unfortunately, only the most tragic cases, often suicides, make the news.But you don’t have to look hard to find what clinical psychologists have known for decades: A controlling parent style is almost a sure way to psychological problems – and failure on many fronts – later on in life.Rather than trying to summarize in a single post all of the information that is available out there, I recommend that those of you who are really interested in learning more about this topic, as well as other related topics, read some or all of the following books: If You Had Controlling Parents by Dan Neuharth The Price of Privilege: How Parental Pressure and Material Advantage Are Creating a Generation of Disconnected and Unhappy Kids Then, if you are still not depressed enough, watch this film, a scathing indictment of our race to the top educational agenda: Race to Nowhere by Vicki AbelesFor more insight into what kind of parenting and schooling actually DOES work for children, may I suggest the following books: Unconditional Parenting by Alfie Kohn Schools Our Children Deserve by Alfie Kohn In Defense of Childhood by Chris Mercogliano Play: How It Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination, and Invigorates the Soul by Stuart Brown The Element by Sir Ken Robinson Emotional Intelligence by Daniel GolemanEach of the above books has made, and continues to make, a huge difference in my life and, indirectly, in the lives of my children. Even though I have always been a very progressive-minded parent with little or no Chuanese tendencies (I hope), these and other books have given me the confidence not to be swayed by the naysayers – which are by no means limited to Chinese law professors with a preference for classical music. I now know that I’ve got the latest science on my – our – side, and while science, of course, sometimes turns out to be wrong, it’s still the best tool we have to understand the world we live in and to predict with any reliability what will happen in the future – the future of our children.So, if you want to make an informed decision (and I realize that not everyone does, some people simply prefer not to look at the actual facts) about how to raise your children, you owe it to them – and yourself – to educate yourself on the topic. Fifty, maybe even twenty years ago, usable information on these issues was hard to come by (I doubt that my parents ever read a book on parenting, let alone schooling). But today, that information is readily available and there are just no more excuses for remaining ignorant.Robert

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