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Four Types of Children ~ notice your childs’ energy flow

1. Fun-Loving Type One children -Likely to be misdiagnosed with ADHD -a light, random, unstructured energy -connect to the world socially and express the highest level of movement -in a highly structured environment (like school), possibly judged as unfocused and hyperactive and -becomes louder and more random than they naturally are -resist structure that runs contrary to their nature -they …

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What to do if you have a son ~ Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda speaks about the importance in keeping sons ” emotionally literate”. A complicated topic, that of emotions, is now open for indepth re-examination by not only psycholigical scholars, who have trying to redeem emoton with ht new buzzword ‘ emotional intelligence, but now by celebrity spokespersons too. Why is it important to keep sons connected head to heart ? …

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Childhood Genius ~Switching Off the TV

‘I have to make time to play games with her, when I confess in the past I might have nipped upstairs to mess around on Twitter while she gawked at Take Me Out’ She was in the lowest reading group, her spelling was terrible and she rarely finished work. We were gutted – and mystified. I know every parent thinks …

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Druminspire Courses in Cyprus ~2014

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Judging Children ~My Son is Weird or Selfish~ The Work of Byron Katie

My Son is Weird ~ The Work of Byron Katie A young mother is deeply pained by what she considers her son’s weirdness. She wants him to be “normal,” more like the other kids. With Katie’s gentle help, this woman looks at her unquestioned thoughts for the first time, watches them unravel, and finds her prescription for happiness in turnarounds …

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Conscious Communication with Children By Kim Eng

Our communication with our children should not place the focus on doing. We tend to rely on saying ”do this, don’t do that”, when we interact with our children, and often for good reason. But we must also listen to our children, ask them what they are feeling, and encourage them to be aware of what their mind is saying. …

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