Hi TS,Hi there dear Jazz n Chris,
I hope you guys have had a great 2014 so far
I was wondering if I could please have a reading done for my girls regarding their education and health.
A born 15/1/98 and
D born 20/7/00
It would be greatly appreciated.
Love n light always TS.
Thanks TS,Hi Jazz,
I know that's a silly question regarding health, I had a feeling you were going to respond to me like that I should have known better Basically they have been your typical teenagers with the hormones all out of wack which is common I know, I guess I'm just asking if their schoolwork will improve and they will put more focus into that this year than last year and any advice spirit can give me for me to better guide them towards realising their own life's purpose.
Regarding their first names I'm not comfortable putting that info online, perhaps I could email them to you if you really need them??? I'm not sure Chris' site has private messaging any more, I can't see it anywhere.
I hope that helps and thank you for doing this for me xo
Hi TS,Thank you so much Jazz for your reading
I understand everything you are telling me and I believe it to be very true. The child you mentioned going off track (I believe is A.) She was always getting high grades in primary school but since starting high school she's never been able to focus or take an interest in any of the subjects and now I'm concerned more than ever because she's just about to start year 11 and I was happy for her to leave school and get into an apprenticeship but that never interested her either. I'm just concerned that she will find year 11 harder if no effort was put into previous years. We remind her time and time again about how hard life is in the employment arena and how she would not be happy to settle as a cleaner or check out chick but she blocks everything out when we try to talk to her about this. She is in her own little world. She is a good kid deep down inside, they both are but her actions have started to affect her little sister's (D). With (D) though I can have deep discussions with and she opens up to me more despite the fact that she is extra hormonal right now but she is more of a communicator. I love those rascals so much I just wish there was a better way to crack the nut into those teenage heads of theirs. I was told by a teacher regarding (A) to step back so she can step up as she is old enough to be responsible for her own actions, after all she just turned 16. It's just hard to step back when you just have to sit there and watch them go through these lessons for themselves when you wonder as a mum "is there something else I can do to get through?" and you feel helpless. I realise they have to learn their lessons in their own time but how long will it take for (A) to finally wake up and realise it's starting to get serious, her school life's nearly over? Most kids including myself started to take their schooling serious from year 10 onwards and that's why I thought by now she would have snapped out of it.
Anyhow, thanks again Jazz for taking the time, may God bless you always xoxox
Back at ya take careHi there guys
Jazz - I take in all your wisdom and I appreciate everything you have written for me. You are right. A has agreed to go to the doctors to get her vitamin level checked and I will definitely mention the hormones. Her hormones have settled over the last 2 years but it's the loss of interest and focus in education that worries me the most. I will just have to let her learn her lessons in her own time and I guess if the education does not work out now she can always come back to it later, some people find their niche later on in life, I feel within me that somehow that will be the case for her. D on the other hand wants to get into a career something along the lines of a psychiatrist/psychologist/counsellor/mediator if she feels she does well enough so I told her to get her finger out (I know that sounds gross) and start doing something about it. She feels she is good with counselling people and she feels people listen to her for advice and counsels her best friend with her boyfriend a lot, it's like they go to therapy when they visit D She's a little gem like that. I'm getting used to handling the teenage outbursts, when it first started with A I wasn't used to it but now with D I feel like a pro, I just let her go off when she has an outburst and leave her, I don't get angry or defensive, I realise it's the hormones. I guess I'm mellowing.
Chris, I laughed about the corporate parrots remark. I can see your point. Unfortunately kids have to learn a lot of unnecessary things they may never use in their life just to get a paper that will allow you to get into a specified area of learning of their choice. Out of all the subjects she has picked for year 11, only 2 of them sort of grab her interest. The career advisor did encourage her to do a hair/beauty course at Tafe last year which she completed successfully but it didn't grab her interest enough to do it as a career. I'm thinking about taking her to a career expo sometime this year when it's next on.
I've noticed the PM is back on, hey Jazz may be I'll send you a one sometime.
Thanks guys, bless you's always.
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