Think back to when you were a child. Picture yourself playing with your favorite toy. Where you happy? Of course you were. Surrounded by your friends, you played war with GI Joes, dress up with Barbie, or had a teddy bear you took everywhere (mine was A.G. Bear and he talked. I still have him too).
Get the kids thinking laterally. For example, did you have play the mental game where you have to think of 50 things to do with a paper clip? This type of game is one that stimulates the emergence of creativity. On Valentine’s Day, ask your children how many things can be done with a heart. Some examples include: a heart pillow to sit on, a heart cake, a heart pizza, heart candy, a beating heart, a heart mirror, a heart necklace, etc. On St. Patrick’s Day, ask your children how many things can they think of to do with a shamrock. You get the point.
No one can argue the fact that teenage love is the seed that affects the future horizon of your love life. How you will fair during that time you will face rejection and heartbreak. You will handle all heartaches that concern dating relationships which will automatically boost or lower your emotional intelligence to the effect that any matter concerning love will be handled in a certain way.
Yet another enabler to Generation Excess was the information age that they grew up with. The growth of the media brought things into the home in a way that had never been encountered before. Children were bombarded by the many types of “stuff” that were available to them. The kids attacked the unknowing parents with demands for the images that were being pushed upon their young minds. The children were told that this new “thing” or that new “stuff” would make them happy. They carried this message to the parents that were waiting to do anything to fulfill that happiness. Pretty soon, MP3 players, cable modems, and game systems were ranked on household’s lists the same as food and shelter.
Don’t pig out, eat gently, not like a glutton. Leave the table hungry should be your policy. After eating you can go for other venue like coffee shop, dancing or even a drink. If fact your varying behavior is displayed in different venue. If your date starts swinging after a drink, better be careful next time.
Playtime: Though children with autism do play some, they often play on their own. The want to play with other children in many cases, but lack the homeschool teaching to maintain or even form friendships. This brings anxiety, and pushes them to play on their own where they feel safe. They may show repetition in play, and might be so focused on something that there seems to be nothing that will drag their attention away from what they are doing.
Talk as well as listen. There’s nothing more attractive than someone who gives us their undivided attention, but take your share of it, otherwise she’ll see you as a doormat and lose interest. Set your ipod alarm if need be – it’s time for you to talk!
I hope this information will help you find your next job / career. In addition, I hope it will be useful in other areas of your life. Remember, we do not live to work, but We Work to Live.