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  • emotions
  • Showing a father using the Google Chrome browser to create a memory book for his daughter, at a stroke Google branded itself as both cutting-edge technology and a conduit for shared emotions and experiences. (60secondmarketer.com)
  • Whether we are happy or sad, healthy or diseased, liberated or imprisoned in our own mentally created hell depends upon our ability to manage our emotions. (integralyogamagazine.org)
  • The first place to start is to make sure that we are emitting positive emotions. (management-issues.com)
  • While we can help keep the emotional temperature in our workplace on the plus side by actively adding positive energy to the emotional soup, we also need to know how to get rid of people's negative emotions when we do catch them. (management-issues.com)
  • By keeping our own mood up and avoiding catching the current negative emotions that are circulating, we can raise performance levels in our workplace and make it a place where we all love to work. (management-issues.com)
  • SEL is a way for educators to help students understand their own emotions, the emotions and behaviors of others and their ability to manage their goals by creating the right environment for it through activities and modeling these behaviors. (gettingsmart.com)
  • But how can teachers create activities or structures in their classrooms to help students understand who they are and how their emotions impact themselves and others? (gettingsmart.com)
  • appeal
  • Ticking off a list of recent mass shootings, Obama made an emotional appeal - saved for the final moments of his speech - to nudge congressional leaders into action. (rollcall.com)
  • The husband and brother of 41-year-old Indian national Prabha Arun Kumar, who was stabbed to death in Sydney, today made an emotional appeal to Australian authorities to find her killer and bring him to justice. (hindustantimes.com)
  • His wife's brother Shankar Shetty also attended a police press conference to make a public appeal for information about the murder, with no suspects so far identified. (hindustantimes.com)
  • Health
  • Donal Walsh (16) is fighting cancer for the third time in four years, but has said that while he is sensitive to the challenges faced by those suffering from mental health problems, the ongoing youth suicide problem makes him 'angry' and despair. (irishcentral.com)
  • There are specific things that you can do to build this immunity and increase your personal sense of vitality, energy, and health in life. (blogspot.com.au)
  • A critical part of building a Culture of Health is supporting the building blocks for a healthy start in life-social-emotional learning and healthy weight-that give kids everywhere the opportunity to live the healthiest life they can. (rwjf.org)
  • This requires greater collaboration among parents, educators, business leaders, government officials, health care professionals, and nonprofits to create nurturing, healthy environments that support the whole child. (rwjf.org)
  • brain
  • Describing the brain as a big circuit board in which each new experience creates a new circuit, Hopkins neuroscience professor Richard Huganir, Ph.D. says that he and his team found that during emotional peaks, the hormone norepinephrine dramatically sensitizes synapses - the site where nerve cells make an electro-chemical connection - to enhance the sculpting of a memory into the big board. (hopkinsmedicine.org)
  • awareness
  • While self-awareness is often accelerated in a group environment, often the next step toward greater emotional clarity is to continue into a more focused, one-on-one relationship with a counselor, teacher, mentor or coach. (howstuffworks.com)
  • When their inability to manage themselves creates chaos, their minds and hearts tend to tune in just a little bit more when talk about self-awareness and community impact comes up. (gettingsmart.com)
  • decisions
  • Using optogenetics, which allowed them to turn cortical input to the striosomes on or off by shining light on the cortical cells, the researchers found that the circuit connecting the cortex to the striosomes plays a causal role in influencing decisions in the approach-avoidance task, but none at all in other types of decision-making. (mit.edu)
  • As students begin to make decisions about their learning, and as teachers step out of the way, situations caused directly by student voice and choice arise and the stage is set to start conversations surrounding SEL. (gettingsmart.com)
  • sure
  • I'm sure countless women in the audience appreciated Frankel's grace, candor and humility on the subject, and the sacrifice she made by sharing something so close to her heart. (cafemom.com)
  • We also worked a lot on making sure the platform can run robustly in real time on end devices. (designnews.com)
  • He noted that the company has added support for near infrared (NIR) cameras for use at night to make sure the driver and occupants can be monitored under all lighting conditions. (designnews.com)
  • I'm not sure about the emotional part. (healingwell.com)
  • I wasn't sure what to expect from acupuncture at first, but you made me believe! (fiveseasonshealing.com)
  • We work hard to make sure that we maintain a few key practices that allow for SEL. (gettingsmart.com)
  • News
  • Our aim is to develop affectionate robots that can make people smile," Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son said during Thursday's unveiling at a Tokyo news conference. (nbcnews.com)
  • Phantom punch in the gut - an emotional reaction to bad news. (theauthorschair.com)
  • toward buildin
  • Gary Newman, Del Webb's vice president of marketing, said the move to a single ad agency is a step toward building greater brand recognition for the Sun City name. (adweek.com)
  • experience
  • It exploded onto social media with over half a million Facebook shares, creating a compelling, integrated, media experience. (60secondmarketer.com)
  • Another experiment, 'the Still Face,' conducted by Edward Tronick, now a developmental psychologist at the University of Massachusetts Boston, demonstrates that a child can experience a mother's emotional withdrawal at an early age. (foxnews.com)
  • work
  • However, group work can create the right conditions for talks about respect for others, self-discipline and communication, all tenants of SEL. (gettingsmart.com)
  • healthy
  • While much societal emphasis is placed on the importance of having a strong, fit, healthy body, less attention is paid to developing healthy emotional muscles. (medium.com)
  • people
  • For these people, no matter how bad life gets, there are no reasons bad enough to make them do this. (irishcentral.com)
  • And you people in the street, I can't tell you what this means to us - it really is making this a lot easier for us. (blogspot.com)
  • If we're truly committed to creating satisfying user experiences, then there's no reason why games, which can satisfy people so richly, should be excluded. (oreilly.com)
  • Secure people make up more than half the population and are typically warm, caring and comfortable with intimacy, he said. (foxnews.com)
  • With your free follows and pledges ranging from $1 or more, I'll be able co-create the resources people need and fast. (patreon.com)
  • thoughts
  • Then I met my teacher, Mrs. W. All of the thoughts I had about how school was this magical place where you got to make new friends and learn new things vanished in approximately two seconds as my teacher answered my, "Hello, I'm Anna! (gettingsmart.com)
  • press conference
  • Earlier in the day, several of the shooting survivors and family members who attended the speech appeared at an emotional press conference on Capitol Hill to call on Congress to act on the president's proposals. (rollcall.com)
  • grow
  • Rather than acting on emotional impulses and saying or doing something we will later regret, we can resist the temptation and see our reaction as an opportunity to grow and develop character. (medium.com)
  • When we are willing to apologize even when it's not our fault, we grow up fast and build strong character that attracts abundance into our lives. (medium.com)
  • social
  • A series of resources focuses on the importance of supporting children's social and emotional development so that they can lead healthier, more successful lives. (rwjf.org)
  • content
  • All three went viral because they tell emotional stories that resonate with consumers, who were then inspired to share the content because the messages reveal something important about their own lives, speaking on a much deeper level than traditional 'buy this because it's better' advertising. (60secondmarketer.com)
  • paid
  • They tragically lost their daughter over the weekend and today Mitch and Janis Winehouse paid an emotional visit to the shrine made in tribute to the singer, outside her London home. (blogspot.com)
  • body
  • Pepper can take in data from two cameras, four microphones and more than a dozen touch sensors built into its body. (nbcnews.com)
  • 2. Asmita: egoism or the false "I" created by pure consciousness, which identifies with the mind and the body and then divides the world into objects to be consumed or possessed, objects to be avoided, and objects of no interest. (integralyogamagazine.org)
  • gain
  • So if your brand can crack the nut of eliciting an emotional response, it's highly likely that you'll gain more respect and extend your reach far wider than if you were to rely on traditional marketing messages that purely shout about the specific benefits of your products. (60secondmarketer.com)
  • You know that when real emotional conflicts arise, the students will gain the motivation to learn some new strategies to resolve them. (gettingsmart.com)
  • five
  • By comparing performance in these five tasks, we could look at cost-benefit decision-making versus other types of decision-making, allowing us to reach the conclusion that cost-benefit decision-making is unique," Friedman says. (mit.edu)
  • state
  • But Boston-based startup Affectiva thinks more needs to be done around the internal world of the car-specifically the emotional state of the driver. (designnews.com)
  • family
  • The family then made their way to view the growing number of tributes that have been left by fans who were devastated to learn of the singer's tragic death on Saturday, she was aged just 27. (blogspot.com)
  • She told him she prefers to show love through actions-making a nice home, planning vacations, setting up get-togethers with his family. (foxnews.com)
  • love
  • If you simply want to make a Pledge - with no strings attached - then by all means- we'd love that! (patreon.com)
  • child
  • This denial has made it possible for society to ignore the devastating effects of the victimization of the child for such a long time. (alice-miller.com)
  • already
  • The inspirational teenager has already outdone doctors' most optimistic expectations by living beyond Easter, and has said he will 'die happy' if his legacy is to make his peers think twice about suicide. (irishcentral.com)
  • I recently received a phone call from my agent alerting me to the fact that a client was refusing to pay me for a job I had already performed, making all kinds of excuses and trying to justify why withholding payment was perfectly normal. (medium.com)