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Rosalie L. Patient Expert

Fishers, Indiana
Certified Life Coach Rosalie Lynch lives in the fabulous mid-west where kids, ethics and parenting are second nature. Working as an Executive Director/CEO to a professional association for over 24 years, she is now devoting her life and energy to coaching kids in expressing their thoughts and... Full Bio
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Helping Kids set 2010 Goals by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health One of the most valuable exercise we adults can do is to teach kids to set goals and work to achieve goals. Kids see this as a game, so to speak, and en ... Read on »
The Family Dinner Table by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health I can remember growing up in a family of 4 kids and 2 parents that meal time around the kitchen table was a fun event.  We talked and laughed; we t ... Read on »
Kids and Funerals by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Listening to kids will always pay big benefits to adults!  Kids are very direct in asking questions and we as adults should be prepared to answer no mat ... Read on »
Familes Walking Together by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Kids do not have to think about moving their bodies.  Most kids are active all day long.  However, if they are asked “do you want to go for a fam ... Read on »
Tips on Hiking With Children by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Kids love being outside at all times, but particuarly in the summer when they are out of school.  Why not take advantage of this attitude and take your ... Read on »
Kids and Pedometers by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Last year the YMCA decided to give the kids in their local "after school" program a pedometer to wear for a few days to evaluate how active kids are in ... Read on »
Kids & Their Observation of Being Poor by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health A friend sent this to me and I am pleased to share it with you!  Don't ever under-estimate the way kids see things because they see things quite differe ... Read on »
Kids and Independence by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health How much independence do you, as parents, give your kids daily?  Because of our fear that something or someone may hurt our kids we have restrict ... Read on »
Kids and Behavior Problems in School by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health School teachers and school administrators are reporting they are seeing an increase in behavior problems being acted out in threatening ways ... Read on »
7 Steps to Creating Good Relationships with Your Children. by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health I am honored to have Jill Rapley as our guest author today teaching us the 7 Steps to Creating Good Relationships with Your Children. " http://www.succ ... Read on »
Kids & Fresh Air by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health You know I am an advocate of kids getting enough fresh air.  During the school year they are mostly inside breathing stale air like we do working in an office or at home.  ... Read on »
Kids & Fresh Air by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health You know I am an advocate of kids getting enough fresh air.  During the school year they are mostly inside breathing stale air like we do working in an ... Read on »
Kids and Anger by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health How do you effectively handle an out-of-control angry kid?  I thought R. Varahharajan wrote a grest article on this subject and is our guest author.  ... Read on »
5 Ways to Teach Kids to Set 2009 Goals by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health One of the most valuable exercise we adults can do is to teach kids to set goals and work to achieve goals.  Kids see this as a game, so to speak, and enjoy creating their ... Read on »
Happy Holidays by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health   The Kids Speak Out sends our love and our appreciate to you and your families.  Happy Holdays!  If you are traveling - be safe.  We are looking forward to 2009 and plan ... Read on »
Teenage Entrepreneurship by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Teenagers have the foresight to see into the future and understand that having their own businesses is the key to their higher education and a prosperous future. The M ... Read on »
Mute the TV for the kids by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Have you noticed if you "mute" the television the kids continue to watch the television?  I heard from a friend that her 5 year old son' s favorite movie is in Spanish.  N ... Read on »
Genetically testing Kids/sports greatness by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Wall Street Journal. December 3rd, 9:15 am by San Francisco reporter Jim Carlton.  "Parents' obsession over their kids' athetic skills never seem to end.  The latest ... Read on »
Humor by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health We all agree that there are times when "The Kids Speak Out" all we can do is quietly giggle to ourselves and think that is so cute, right?  I thought I would add a little ... Read on »
What does Linkletter & Cosby have in common? by Rosalie L. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health What does Art Linkletter & Bill Cosby have in common? Art Linkletter hosted a television program called "House Party" and a special segment in the program was "The Kids ... Read on »