Tag Archives: attention

Visualization

Write down your vision, and act on them… “I would like to work towards better maternal health, like pregnancy. I’ve had three babies born in my family last year. One, the baby went home, but the mother was still at … Continue reading

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If I Were President…

“I would start by valuing education.” “If I were president, I would resign because y’all not about to stress me out and make my hair turn gray like Obama!”- Kalen Allen “If I were president, I would do my very … Continue reading

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Active Listening

Carl Rogers and Richard Farson coined the term active listening in 1957, writing that “active listening is an important way to bring about changes in people…[it] brings about changes in peoples’ attitudes toward themselves and others; it also brings about changes in … Continue reading

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Advice from a Horoscope

You need a little boost to move your body into focus on a better diet and lifestyle regimen. Face any insecurities by joining. An online class with a friend who can provide inspiration. It’s time to step out of your … Continue reading

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Remote Learning

Take five deep breaths and then consider the cause of your stress,” “Are you actually feeling overwhelmed by their questions, or are you too busy or exhausted to manage their request? Ask yourself if there is something you can do … Continue reading

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