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Effective Methods For Teaching Math to Young Learners

10th August 2010
For a great number of students, mathematics creates an overload of anxiety. And many children dismiss math as a subject that they will have no use for in the "real world". As an educator, you know that it is important for your students to develop strong m... Read >
Author: Jennifer Dobson

Decoding a Guy's Behavior! Here is How You Can Easily Figure Out What's Going on in a Guys Mind

05th August 2010
The strongest messages are non-verbal. In psychology, behavioral analysis is a crucial activity that will help decipher what truly is the message that one would like to impart whether the sender is conscious or unconscious about it. It's amazing when a... Read >
Author: Russell Jackson

Living With An Alcoholic Wife Your Life Can Still Be Easier

19th July 2010
Living with an alcoholic wife may feel like you are married to two different people. When she hasn't been drinking, your wife is that sweet, loving lady you fell in love with. She's the most wonderful and kind girl you've ever met. However, as soon as she... Read >
Author: Bobby Jones

Dog Kennel Smell--5 Ways To Minimize Dog Kennel Smell

15th July 2010
One of the best ways to attract new clients to a dog kennel or doggy daycare is to make sure that it smells good to the owners who are going to make the decision. Having your kennel smell fresh and clean says a lot of good things about how the canine c... Read >
Author: Debbie

Finding Low Cost Diabetes Test Strips

13th July 2010
Sometimes my wife would call and remind me of her Diabetic Test Strips that I would need to drive to the pharmacy and buy it. Once, I decided not to go to save spending gas for my car, and instead I checked the availability of the Bayer Contour Diabetic... Read >
Author: bobwoodbob77

Getting over a Relationship

08th July 2010
One of the most painful and emotional experiences in life can be breaking up with your partner. It is a minefield of distress with almost every emotion being exaggerated and for some there is the possibility of escalating into depression and anxiety. Brea... Read >
Author: Paul Martin

Anxiety and Being Committed

06th July 2010
On this day I wrote about my path which made me realize that in a very important way I've assumed the most important part of what makes a long-term relationship work - fully committed to following my own path. If you have no way to handle your undermining... Read >
Author: maiaberens

Why Business Owners Should Have Flowers Delivered to the Workplace

04th July 2010
What contribution do flowers make to the workplace? Why do many companies continue to have fresh flowers delivered weekly? Displays of fresh flowers have valuable effects on the office environment for both employees and clients. When people put up disp... Read >
Author: gwsmedia

Sports Cupping – How it’s Beneficial

30th June 2010
Sports massage is important for any athlete. Whether injured or not, massage has both physical and psychological benefits that are necessary for the health and well being of the athlete. Though there have been traditional methods of massage for athletes, ... Read >
Author: Patrick M Fuller LMT

Teach Your Baby Math - Thank God For The Internet!

30th June 2010
A teach your baby math program can be done so easily now, because of the good old internet. There are programs online that makes this process the most easiest thing to do, so if you have any anxiety on teaching them you have nothing to worry about. Man... Read >
Author: Robinson Can

Your Bad Complexion Might Be Rosacea

08th June 2010
Fourteen million Americans have Rosacea. Most people who have the disease don't even know it's a treatable skin condition, and even more people without the disease have never heard of it. Most sufferers go through life believing that their red blotches on... Read >
Author: Nick Messe

How To Build Self Confidence In Salespeople

20th May 2010
Every first contact with a potential client is a journey into the unknown: no salesperson knows what reception they will get and whether the visit will be successful or not. The natural reaction to this uncertainty is fear. Therefore to help overcome this... Read >
Author: Richard Stone

Family Systems Theory Applied To Executive Coaching

18th May 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Natalie Michael If you are thinking about working with an Executive Coach, this article will help you to pick a coach that understands the interplay between individual and organizational dynamics. Specifically, it explains how Bowen'... Read >
Author: Natalie Michael

How to score well in ICSE Exams?

14th May 2010
For students studying under the ICSE Board the mention of ICSE exams can cause considerable anxiety. With competition levels soaring, ICSE exams are usually the 'make or break time' in a student's life. In order to score well in the ICSE exams students sh... Read >
Author: Vikram Singh

Anxiety and Sleep Eight Steps to Overcoming Night Time Anxiety and Better Sleep

12th May 2010
Anxiety and sleep challenges are two of the most common conditions that impact our everyday lives. It is not unusual to see these two common disorder existing simultaneously, in fact it is quite common. In other words the more anxiety you are feeling the ... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis
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