Rhea School November 27, 2013 at 6:11 pm
The squirrel, however, was the best student in the course of climbing and running, and had the second place in the field of flying, after the duck. However, its weakness was swimming. During the school year missed many classes because he gave pneumonia in swimming classes and repeated throughout the year. He was also very talkative and restless, why was diagnosed with a learning disability. In order to stay in school, had to take classes recovered and prescribed medications to improve concentration. The fox proved to have extraordinary ability in the class to run and also did relatively well in climbing and swimming. However, became so frustrated in their attempts to fly it began to attack his comrades. He even tried to eat the duck.
Because of his rebellious behavior, was expelled from school. He joined a gang of bad animals and ended in an animal rehabilitation center for criminals. Meanwhile, the elephant developed a low self-esteem, as he was wrong in every department. When was plunged into a deep clinical depression, her therapist suggested that switching to a different school that focused on classes such as lifting and carrying. The elephant was disappointed because the races were not lift and carry such high prestige as a career of flying, swim, climb or run.
Although he felt inferior to others throughout their lives, managed to have a decent wage and was able to keep your family well. (Source: Product Catalog "Elijah Company, 2004-2005, this endearing story may seem ridiculous, however, contains a truth that we can not deny. Describe how great the damage that can lead to a general education that respects the individual strengths of each person. When a person succeeds in life because they are constantly being requested to do something that is simply not capable of achieving the conditions for failure. We have to hold them without turning off his mind. Once damage to the spirit of a person, his attitude to life is not going to be positive. I hope this story will help them if they have children who simply do not fit into the school. You can help them discover their strengths and unique skills and help to focus on them instead of trying to promote their areas of weakness. A good example is Drew Perry, the son of Rhea Perry who became a millionaire at age 21. He was a child in school had been a child "problem." According to Rhea, the only thing he could do with a pencil in his hand was to get the point. However, today is sought by real estate agents that are considerably older than him to teach them his method of selling homes on ebay. Learn all of this lesson and avoid subjecting our children to unnecessary suffering that can affect the rest of their lives. You can read what methods used to educate Rhea Drew in a free ebook that you can get Langerfeldt Bettina, whose passion is to teach people of all ages how to acquire a vision for their life, such as setting goals and then pursue specific education they can accomplish.