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  • Fabian,here here - well said! Although while I know now everyone loves reading, I am so passionate about it that when one of my students doesn't like to read I find it...
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  • I learned this when my kids were small and then again when they were emotional teenagers. When they'd get into Debbie-Downer mode, I do a little analysis such...
  • I believe that part of the problem lies in the perception of the issue as a "block." I...ur subconscious, which happens more easily when the brain is in a more relaxed mode.
  • What a wonderful gift. It seems so unfair after a fire to have more challenges crop up to defeat us, but it sounds like this family is on an incredible road to emotional (and hopefully physical) recovery. Wishing only the best for them!