Being positive is better than being negative. Respect and kindness (happy mood) are always important to have. Being negative (bad mood) Dear santa all I want this year is for my loved ones in heaven doesn’t help anyone because nobody wants to be around you when your angry.
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This is the exact reason I’ve always remained calm when my kids used to fall. If you act panicy and run over they are more likely to get upset and cry even if they aren’t hurt. So much depends on how parents respond. And note I didn’t say “react” there’s a big difference between reacting and responding Positive Energy seems adept at not crediting sources for their morality tales. I first heard this decades ago about the football coach (Knute Rockne?) Dear santa all I want this year is for my loved ones in heaven who never let his last words to a back going into a game be, “Don’t fumble the ball.”
What absolute cod’s wallop. Surely nobody believes that. If they did I would suggest a little research into the anatomy of the brain and its effects on physical reflex. Total rubbish. I thought the moral was going to be to communicate better. Saying “don’t fall” is only encouragement, but saying “hold on tightly” was clear instruction to the younger child to help keep him from falling.
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Kids respond to positive statement. Telling him To hang on tight told him what to do. Negative statement only leave confused. There is too much thinking to do. All teachers should know that and share with parents. It’s amazing how Positive Thinking can do to ourbeing. Must use it all the time. Everything is possible, if you put your mind into it. Even those that seems impossible could be done.
If positive thinking will work for us, let’s ALL close our eyes and remove Trump from office. Think of it as a done deal. Every chance we have, think of it. I’ll try anything! I read something similar decades ago in a parenting book. This is one of the reasons American playgrounds have become sooooo “safe” and still our children flood the ERs daily.