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Should you get a release from the parents when their children play in your pool?
Waivers for Children Using Your Pool It can't hurt, but whether it will stand up in court or not is anybody's guess. It depends on the law in your state. In many jurisdictions, an unfenced pool is known as an "attractive nuisance" and if the neighbors have unrestricted access to it, you may be liable for any injuries they suffer. Your city codes may requre that you provide a fence with a locked gate. In any case, if neighbors/friends are swimming in your pool, you would be well advised to watch them like a hawk. A good idea is to equip yourself with as much liability coverage under your homeowners' insurance company as you can arrange. More input from other FAQ Farmers:
- I suppose you could ask for one. The parents might be a little concerned about how safe their child would be or even be insulted. Nevertheless, it is your property and your choice. I doubt if that would relieve you of any responsibility in case of an accident. Even pools that are posted with No Trespass, Private Property, No Lifeguard on Duty, and that sort of thing have had lawsuit judgments awarded against them. In my opinion, it would be similar to the permission slips your child brings home for school field trips. They look good on paper but are not a legally binding document.
- Make sure you have good liability insurance. As far as getting a signed waiver, its ridiculous and you would be viewed as eccentric and over-dramatic.
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They can guide, and make information available, but the decision is ultimately up to the child.
When your parents say something for you to follow even though its bad.
no one should be beating anemone up, its not nice, and its nonsense that if u don't beat ur parents up you'll go to hell, what a horrible idea. NO!!! you should not beat ur pa…rents and they should not beat u
Opinion: Whatever your opinion is it works on some kids but some kids need a different punishment. Opinion: No, but only when they have done something really bad. Opinion:… The answer is yes. Kids today get away with way to much. There are never ever any consequences for any bad deed done so the deeds keep getting worse until the day they walk into a school and start blowing away everyone in sight. If you start spanking them, letting them know there are ramifications for bad deeds that involve more than simply yelling at them they may think twice before doing something stupid.
In my opinion a parent should be firm and consistent. This doe not mean unreasonable. Strict is a term used when a minor is in disagreement with the parent. My advice to… a minor is to convince the parent that an action is need of change. Reasons for change are: time to make decisions for oneself because it is not dangerous, opportunity in a limited setting to make independent decisions when you have someone to fall back on, opportunity to prove ones worth as a logical thinker. My advice to the parent is to remember that there is a fine balance between safety and over-protection. A child learns independent decision making skills a few steps at a time with trust that if a mistake is made that they can return to the parent. Good luck and good communication makes for a good relationship.
well, your parents can get angry at you,BUT only for a good reason, like you got suspended at school. So they also have to be really nice.Not mean all the time. - ID16622898…37 Personally, being a libertarian - I believe that everyone has the right to free speech. I would go as far as saying that bullying would qualify under the First Amendment, SOPA is obviously against the 1st Amendment, and that any kind of censorship (preventing physical access, parental controls, etc.) falls under a violation of the First Amendment. So I would be completely against any kind of censorship.
Teenage is when they grow up from little child that needs total care to older child that wants to do things alone. Give them some freedom, the older they get the more, but of …course put sensible limits to their freedom and remind them those limits are still there. Give them privacy. If they don't want to talk to you about something then don't make them, unless it is something that you are required to know, for example grades and school in general, and there are some rare cases where it's just better for them to talk about it, even if they're initially unwilling. You will just need a certain parental sense to find out when it's time for that. Make sure they know about the dangers of drugs, drinking and sex and so on in time. Usually school should teach them early enough, but it shouldn't hurt to ask a quick "are you aware of that?". And finally, show/tell them you still love and support them and are there for them, though of course not excessively with permanent cuddling and such if they don't want.
yes why not!!
parents are the ideals of kids, if they be honest, their kids also will be the same., "be honest and build kids life"
As a single mom of 2 boy this is a skill that i am still learning. However, recently in my Human Growth and development class I learnt about the different areas of social deve…lopment. John Bowlby a British psychiatrist known as the father of attachment, states that attachment is the strong emotional bond a young child forms with its primary caregiver; it is considered the cornerstone for all other relationships in a child's life. Bowlby also talks about children with parents who are nurturing and sensitively responsive to their needs tend to develop a secure attachment style characterized by a belief that they are worthy of others love and that people can be trusted to care for them. So as single parents we have the responsibility of raising secure, confident humanbeings if we form secure attachments from birth.
Absolutely not! The children's well-being and safety should always, always, be the most important issue.
Parenting today is to be approached rationally by subduing the emotions with the objective of nurturing a child to become responsible and teach a child to live and learn with …courage and self reliance .Pampering a child breeds weakness and discontentment or a perpetual demand that increases with age.The motivation should not be incentives to pamper excessively as the objective of parenting will be defeated. Children develop with a sharp sense of understanding the environment he lives and quickly learns the weaknesses of parents/family members who overtly display their weakness during their course of interaction in the family for the children to take undue advantage. Parents should willfully restrain themselves from any vices not with severity but a method that the child may inculcate or by not offering undue incentives that become an addiction/lure for children not to perform.Loving a child for his betterment differs from offering them incentives to display love but resoluteness with gentle affection molds morality and the child learns not to throw tantrums.
absoloutly NOT. Quite obviously, children need their space to learn on their own and one day be their own person. Spying on them can be psychologically damaging to the extent …that they may never be able to be alone in life. Spying on your kids is an invasion of personal privacy and is highly discouraged.
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Because sometimes kids do some thing that their parent don't like. Or maybe to teach the kids a lesson. No offence trust me.
We all need to spend time with our friends and we need to be able to do this without someone looking over our shoulder.