Gaining strength in the things that remain

Are they getting any time for adult-free play? Could a supervised activity be exchanged for a less supervised one? Do they get opportunities to resolve their own conflicts before you try to fix things? Could you allow them to do one new thing today which you have not let them …

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You're part of the plan

Imagine peering into a desk or locker that is a mass of paperwork, broken crayons, random playground bits, or accumulated jackets, and trying to complete a task before the period bell rings or the next step in an explanation is missed. It means that the student - who already has to …

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Got a lot can't wait to get more

No adult has to chastise him; If unsure about how, precisely, to dissect tasks that have become automatic to you, the Montessori Primary Guide website (available at www. The North American Montessori Center even sells practical life manuals for children aged three through adolescence (see its website www. Each carefully …

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I wouldn't want to sing your own song

Preparing, serving, and cleaning up the daily snack (at home or in school) using appropriately sized kitchen tools is a fabulous way these applied skills can work their way into real-life situations. Trimming, cleaning, and arranging flowers requires scissor-work, patience, and a developing aesthetic appreciation - not to mention a full …

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If you only knew

Playing with your child helps them to feel special. Rather than focus on their worries, it gives you and your child a chance to spend some valuable time together and reduces some of the tension that accompanies anxiety. Child-parent play also lays the foundation for working through challenges together. Sadly …

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If you want to make it all worthwhile

There's nothing like a good auld tickle, a crazy dance around the kitchen or a competitive board game to bring out the child in everyone. It's all about purposefully creating a space in which to relax and to forget - if only for a few minutes - about the routines that can …

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You have to have your own breakthrough

It means pride, increased dexterity, enhanced concentration, improved sense of self, better coordination, and greater self-sufficiency. Let her repeat any activity as many times as she needs to feel capable and complete; Above all, the involved adult's goal must be to teach rather than to correct. Getting frustrated with a …

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Your going to have to lose a few

It's meant for reflection and learning. If you don't know what to write about--write your life story. I'm sure you'll learn more about yourself with every paragraph you write. I journal and make sure to read my notes once a week. That's all I mean when I talk about reflecting …

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Didn't I come to bring you a sense of wonder

For older children, I find the remote of the mind' technique works really well. <a href='http://www.eiseverywhere.com/emarketing/go.php?i=126636&e=amVhbi1tYXJjLmR1Zm91ckBmcmFuY2UtZWNpLm5ldA==&l=http://stutterfree.co.uk'>Children</a> often shy away from replaying bad or scary memories following a difficult event, but it's important …

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Didn't I come to lift your fiery vision bright

But the finite nature of each, enhanced further by immediate gratification and tangible results, make flower-arranging, chopping veggies, or polishing a banister as satisfying for young people today. I have seen it first-hand. And it's why students like having jobs in school - even secondary students. Given a task and a …

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In the eternal presence

My ex-girlfriend wanted to travel the world and live in different countries. I hate that idea. I want to stay close to my family and best friends. I don't feel like I'm missing out on something if I don't live in other countries. Having a home is what makes me …

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Gave me days of deep devotions

He had a happy decade of retirement before his lifestyle caught up with him in the shape of a large intracerebral bleed. It is always harder to witness the suffering of someone you know well or have worked with. A few days after his stroke his family produced Paul's living …

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Showed me light out of the tunnel

Doing this several times, I felt that the soreness in my throat had been greatly relieved. It was faster and more effective than taking a throat lozenge. When a woman feels dry, her face will lack luster or even desquamate, and as time passes, she may develop wrinkles earlier than …

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Showed me things I cannot see

Just take all the time you'd like here to enjoy this type of experience you're feeling now. That's right. Now that you've felt the body make its way down the escalator, you've probably noticed the brain begin to slow itself down into a state of healing relaxation. In just a …

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Showed me what it's like to be

The symptoms include fever, headaches, yellow nasal mucus, dry mouth, swollen and sore throat, yellow phlegm, yellow tongue coating, and similar symptoms. The patient can treat this with the tea therapy described below. Prepare 10 g of honeysuckle and chrysanthemum each, 30 g of folia pleioblasti, 5 g of mulberry …

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When there was darkness all around instead

Olga, his wife, recalled that he suddenly sat up in bed and announced that he was dying. The doctor was called, gave an injection of camphor and ordered champagne. It was traditional for doctors to give champagne to a dying medical colleague. Chekov took a glass, smiled and drained it …

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Can't be complete outside of the street

High Blood Pressure Cerebral vessel raptures and myocardial infarctions, which cause great harm to the human body, are chiefly brought about by high blood pressure. The blood vessels are like a dam, and the blood is like the river water. When the blood pressure increases, the river begins to overflow …

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Listening for that sound

With Dad it was less of a question of how he died than how he stayed alive for so long. When we are babies our world is tiny. We eat, drink, piss and shit. A few faces appear, and these faces do things to us. When we are uncomfortable we …

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Put my hands across the table

Allowing the breath to breathe you. Can you feel the breath rocking you? Can you feel the place where the breath feels the most peaceful? Allow that feel-good or soothing sensation to spread through the brain and body. That's right. As you tune in to your senses, rooted in this …

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Showed me visions, showed me nightmares

You are big now and need to be hoisted on to a commode. As a baby, at least you were small and developing, now you are large and declining. If you are in a residential or nursing home, you will exist in an environment free of any extremes of sensation …

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The street only knew your name

Ever so easily invite yourself to simply notice what's on your mind--right here and right now. Ever so gently inviting yourself to simply notice what's on your mind--right here and right now. Instead of judging the thoughts, clinging to them, reacting to them, or becoming one with them, you can …

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When you hear the cry for home

Then we make a castle out of sand and knock it down with a spade. Ice cream tastes nice and we cry when it falls off the cone on to the sand. Sitting in a tiny red car on a merry-go-round is the most fun any child could ever have …

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You won't have to worry anymore

They often experience headaches, dizziness, ringing in the ears, soreness and weakness of the lower back and knees, palpitations, irritability, insomnia, and forgetfulness, and their tongues are red and dry. At this point, you might have felt a little confused. Aren't these symptoms the same as high blood pressure caused …

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Don't rush away

Angina Pectoris Angina pectoris can cause paroxysmal chest pain, usually behind the breast bone. Although it does not last long, the patient feels as if a huge stone were placed on his chest, and some may even experience crushing pain, like a knife being twisted in the hearts. Others may …

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I'll make it better than it seems

Sure enough, the subjects reacted as if they didn't know how to read English. The Stroop test and a brain scan verified the magic (science) of the subconscious brain. And if the suggestions of not being able to read English could stick for days in these subjects' brains, imagine how …

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Just one more day

When you can understand the origin of fear, you can make sense of your experience. As you learned in the last article, that's the left side of the brain turning down the overactive right side of the brain. Then, the boost in gamma waves allows aha moments to turn gasps …

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Meet me on the river of time

Too much water will add a burden to the kidneys, which will cause kidney problems in the long run. I recommended he eat celery. After eating celery for a month, he told me, Master, my lupus erythematosus is gone. I was surprised at his words, but then understood. Lupus erythematosus …

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