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How to Break Your Addiction to a Person – Beyond Blue


How to Break Your Addiction to a Person posted by Beyond Blue | 7:00am Friday October 21, 2011 In his book, “How to Break Your Addiction to a Person,” Howard Halpern first explains what an addictive relationship is, then gives guidelines for recognizing if you’re involved in one. Then, he offers several techniques on how … Continue reading

Overview of learning styles


Overview of Learning Styles Learning styles graph Many people recognize that each person prefers different learning styles and techniques. Learning styles group common ways that people learn. Everyone has a mix of learning styles. Some people may find that they have a dominant style of learning, with far less use of the other styles. Others … Continue reading

Mirror Neuron Hypothesis of Autism – YouTube


Mirror Neuron Hypothesis of Autism – YouTube.

Working from the center


Post by mtngrl123 on Tue Oct 18, 2011 8:56 am In the Thick of It Working from Center When you feel you are in the thick of things, tapping into your own inner resources will help bring strength. When we are “in the thick of it,” overwhelmed by too many things that need our attention, … Continue reading

Helping Children Cope with Anger


Helping Children Cope with Anger By Leah Davies, M.Ed. All human beings experience anger. But children, in particular, have difficulty channeling their strong emotions into acceptable outlets. Anger is a response to a real or perceived loss or stress. It results when a person’s self-esteem, body, property, values or sense of entitlement are threatened. It … Continue reading

Dealing With Anger and Children | PsychPage


Dealing With Anger and Children Posted on October 20, 2010 by Richard Niolon PhD Why do Children get angry? via Dealing With Anger and Children | PsychPage.

Anger Management for Children: How to Most Effectively Help Children with Anger Issue


Let your child know that it’s OK to be angry. Encourage open lines of communication. Ask him what is wrong and encourage him to talk about it. Tell your child that while it’s OK to be angry, it’s not OK to hurt someone (physically or emotionally) or break things because of it. Talk to your … Continue reading

helping children release anger « Ideal Soulutions


Handling Your Child’s Emotional Crisis with EFT August 23, 2008 Angie Muccillo Comments off by Angie Muccillo ©2008 Author of Tapping For Kids http://www.tappingforkids.com When your child comes to you in an uncontrollable fit of anger following an incident at school for example, how do you respond or handle the situation? Do you get angry … Continue reading

10 Powerful Ways to Deal with Anger | Sri Chinmoy Inspiration


10 Powerful Ways to Deal with Anger via 10 Powerful Ways to Deal with Anger | Sri Chinmoy Inspiration.

Effects of Anger: What Anger Does to Your Body and Brain


Effects of Anger: What Anger Does to Your Body and Brain via Effects of Anger: What Anger Does to Your Body and Brain. Effects of Anger: What Anger Does to Your Body and Brain I came across the effects of anger first hand. A friend I knew lived most of her life in anger and … Continue reading

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