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  1. these are fantastic ideas and suggestions. Thank you!
  2. lol, yeah storming in to strong arm something will end badly. I think it's so sad when someone is forced into a role they no longer want to have and it trickles down onto the boys. If a scout is cheerful, then their leader ought to be cheerful too. Boys learn WAY more by observing the behavior of others than they do from memorizing words in their scout book.
  3. I totally agree that there has been a bunch of great advice, and I really appreciate your idea of using pictures. My son get very overwhelmed by the concept of speaking and defensing, but I now think that if he can story board the project using photos and art and catch phrases, it will help him navigate his anxiety. one thing I should have made more clear when I wrote what I wrote last night was that the eagle project coordinator did not make it clear that my son needed to have all the details completed cemented to begin the coaching or planning process. He came with an idea, and a benefici
  4. I appreciate all the feedback. I’m very convinced my son can make the project work. I just think it’s kind of sad that something new and unique is met with negativity. Maybe I should join the Eagle Project coordinator team to help give positive support to boys who come up with new ideas. theres no doubt in my mind that my son who has ADHD and PTSD did not communicate all the talking points very well. He sensed disapproval and negativity and got discouraged. i told him last night, buddy it’s sad when someone doesn’t believe in the value or ingenuity of your project... so in
  5. Hi, my son presented a rough beginning concept for his Eagle Project tonight to the Eagle Project Coordinator. It did not go well. Sadly, when I asked my kid how it went he said to me... he thinks my project is trash. Not the mans words... but how he came across. Can you all please let me know what you think about this project idea? I thought it was pretty creative and hit the marks. My son has thousands of dollars worth of LEGO sets... at least 50 sets that he wanted to restore and donate to a special school for children with emotional disturbances in our community. My son actua
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