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Answers to word scamble

Answers to word scamble

I recently put a word scramble game on Face Book…sandy shores, author 1. Hostility  2. Hackettstown 3. mind reading  4. Easter  5. Perfectionist
Nightmares- how to handle.

Nightmares- how to handle.

A wise man told me that I could control my dreams.  He explained how he did it.  I gave this some thought. Awake – you are conscious.  Sleeping – you are subconscious.  When you can’t wake up – unconscious. So I had a dream where someone was...
Dog Training (3)

Dog Training (3)

Instead of hitting my 🐕 dog when he is bad, I push his neck to the ground and hold it there until he submits to me.  I use a firm voice to say, “Bad.”  If his crime is really bad, I put him in “time out” as well, for a couple of minutes. When...
children and punishment – self-help

children and punishment – self-help

Punish your child on your own time and not on my kids birthday! To further explain, it saddened my daughter that you grounded your child on the day of her birthday celebration; intentional or not, this was wrong in my opinion!
Children- Positive self-esteem- self help

Children- Positive self-esteem- self help

At bed time, when my child’s mind is clear of the days events, I tell them that I love them and give them a compliment. This will reaffirm that no matter how many mistakes they made that day, they are still loved and valued.
Anger!!!

Anger!!!

Sometimes it feels good to let your anger out but this will probably make your issues worse.  I’ve heard a lot of people in the psychology field say things like, count to 10, take a walk, go to your room, etc. to handle your anger.  I’m not suggesting...
LOVE: How to say “I love you.”

LOVE: How to say “I love you.”

For some, “I love you.” can be a difficult thing to say. I could feel afraid of not hearing it back, I could feel afraid of becoming vulnerable, Will there be new expectations of me? I may feel awkward because it’s something I’m not used to...

children and gaining cooperation

If my child doesn’t want to leave the toy store, I clarify them by saying, “I understand that you want to stay, but we need to go.” If my child doesn’t want to go to school, I clarify them by saying, “I’m sorry that you don’t...