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Does anyone have these problems? How do you handle it?
@brit…..Hey Patti, so glad you went out! Sometimes the hardest thing is the best for us! I understand what you mean by not wanting to reveal too much of yourself. I’m unable to drive due to circumstances beyond my control. I miss church and making new friends. My brother and I spent our adult lives here, but we moved away for 7 years, and boy have things changed!
Keep me posted!…………Iren
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Keep your strength up and praise the Lord we have at least been given the chance to heal. I am a very determined person but this depression has really "beaten" me up. I have a wonderful husband that stands by my side and does all he can, I am blessed that's
for sure. Is your brother still with you? Again……..praise our Father and ask for his help. Don't know about you but sometimes (really) most of the time I don't "listen" but I am trying to do better. Lets keep in touch Patti
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I saw this article today about classroom teachers using mindfulness to help them with the stress in the classroom, but that asking and instructing students on how to be mindful doesn't always work for students who have experienced trauma. These students have trust issues, and asking them to step outside their comfort zone can cause a trauma response. It's very interesting, and I thought it would make a good contribution to this discussion. This explains how to reach some troubled kids and why it matters.
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@brit We all need something and it is good for you that you do.
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Thank you so much. I am truly blessed and the best thing of it all is…..I know it. Hope your feeling better Patti
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Boy, hit on a very good subject and possible answer as to why so many of our children are troubled today. I'm 73 and can never remember feeling "troubled" when I was young. Mum and Dad always fixed everything. Cause there came a time when I had to
solve my own problems!
Really enjoyed your thoughts God Bless Patti
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That was a very thoughtful and helpful article, @jenniferhunter. I appreciate your sharing it.
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@jenniferhunter – Thank you for sharing this, it's very enlightening.
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It sounds as if you have gotten some great insight😊
@hopeful33250 @merpreb Thanks Teresa and Merry. I kind of struck a chord with me.
We appreciate your feedback, @jenniferhunter.
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I am a very caring person. When I see something that really "hits the right cord" I want everyone to read it and see if they
feel the same as me. Day going ok just keep asking him to help me and mostly he does. God Bless Patti
It "enlightening " me, and just wanted everyone out there to really read this and see that we might have come up with an answer to
lots of troubles children's problems out there. Let pray and ask Him for help. He can do it. Patti
I'm 30 yes.post tbi. My dr.has to change my meds at least once a month.for anxiety. Wish I could have a normal life.
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I guess have to confess that I had a normal life also. My mood swings, anxiety, depression you name I feel it and it leaves me overwhelmed most of the time.But…………..I can try thinking positive and happy which from where I am standing right now, would be impossible. So here we are having one of those
normal (our normal) day. Take care Patti
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your email did not come through !!!!!! Patti
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