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Mind-Body-Soul Mind body and soul three sections of a living being that make it complete When all of these parts are healthy people can reach their true and full potential Unfortunately when one of these divisions is weak and underdeveloped like team of assembly line workers everything cant work optimally One of these sections of every human that has helped me reach peace with the other two has been the physical aspect body Building a strong body not physical strength but overall health and conditioning has been a reason why some people have rid themselves of constant depression shyness and low self-esteem But what I dont get is how can some people ignore this aspect of their being or of their childs One who works in front of a desk all day or behind a computer only to go home after work and sit never can develop themselves fully Worse yet is parents that restrict their young to keep the physical side of themselves growing by emphasizing the other two so much more Most parents attempt to get their children into sports or something of the sort some get a little carried away with it and embarrass their kids everyday by becoming an assistant coach But as soon as the childs report card looks a little lower for any reason or even when heshe runs themselves into some trouble the first thing to go is the sports Punishments that often go with the loss of playing a sport is grounding and forcing the student to study for longer periods of time This is a real double whammy By enforcing those restrictions the kid not only loses hisher main source of athletic improvement and maintenance but now are spending larger and larger amounts of time sitting around which deteriorate the body Making sports a privilege that will be taken away when the young manwoman gets in to trouble as opposed to a sort of
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