Parenting, the Key for America to Remain as the World Leader

For Immediate Release                                   Contact Person:  Dr. Udis Lord, Ph.D.,, mobile:   website:
                                                    Parenting, the Key for America to Stay as the World Leader
(Jan. 11, 2015, St. Louis, MO) Parents are the childrens’ first teachers. Children watch their parents and copy their parents’ behavior.  A parent who smokes, drinks, fights, beats up children, unable to keep employment are most likely the parents who send their children to school without breakfast, feeds them junk food, keeps them tied to the television to be quiet, thus overweight and unable to read.   These are the parents who are raising children who have a greater probability of failure.
            A parent who models strength, good moral, old  fashion  American values of fairness, hard work, proper  nutrition, exercise, loving parenting, encouraging reading and supportive of education,  etc.,  have the greater probability of raising successful children.
            Dr.  Udis Lord, Ph.D., writes, “America, the most humanitarian and God fearing nation in the world must stay as the world  leader for the sake of world peace and the future generation. To achieve this, proper parenting must be a required subject in the American Education.
            For further information on parenting, read Dr. Lord’s Virtuous Teenage Parenting,  Dr. Lord’s Excellence Education, Dr. Lord’s Supersonic Speed Reading and Writing, Dr. Lord’s Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Other Learning Disabilities and From Fieldhand to Ph.D., Ms. Asia International:  Motivation for Success and Happiness.
            Raised as a peasant earning fifteen cents a day in the Philippines, Dr. Lord arrived penniless in America.
            Believing in the power of education, Dr. Lord graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy in Education from St. Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri, Master in Guidance and Counseling from the University of Missouri, Master in Clinical Psychology, (EBT) from the University of Sto. Tomas, Manila, Philippines, and Bachelor of Liberal Arts in English from Columban College. She completed her second year Juris Doctor of Law, representing herself as her lawyer, (pro-se),  won the landmark case Lord vs. Pontigon at the Missouri Courts of Appeal. She holds a Missouri Lifetime Teaching and School Administration Certificate, retired from the Hazelwood School District. She is  currently a teacher for  the St. Louis Public.
            Dr. Lord is available  as a motivational speaker and for  media interview.  Visit for further information.