Supporting self-management behaviours is recommended guidance for people with asthma. Preliminary work suggests that a brief, intensive, patient-centred intervention may be successful in supporting people with asthma to participate in life roles and activities they value. We seek to assess the feasibility of undertaking a cluster-randomised controlled trial (cRCT) of a brief, goal-setting intervention delivered in the context of an asthma review consultation. A two armed, single-blinded, multi-centre, cluster-randomised controlled feasibility trial will be conducted in UK primary care. Randomisation will take place at the practice level. We aim to recruit a total of 80 primary care patients with active asthma from at least eight practices across two health boards in Scotland (10 patients per practice resulting in ~40 in each arm). Patients in the intervention arm will be asked to complete a novel goal-setting tool immediately prior to an asthma review consultation. This will be used to underpin a
The purpose of this study was to examine the multiple mediational roles of academic social comparison directions (upward academic social comparison and downward academic social comparison) on the relationships between achievement goal orientations (i.e., mastery goals, performance-approach goals and performance-avoidance goals) and subjective well-being (SWB) in school (school satisfaction, school affect) in adolescent students in China. A total of 883 Chinese adolescent students (430 males; Mean age = 12.99) completed a multi-measure questionnaire. Structural equation modeling was used to examine the hypotheses. Results indicated that (1) mastery goal orientations and performance-approach goal orientations both showed a statistically significant, positive correlation with SWB in school whereas performance-avoidance goal orientations showed a statistically significant, negative correlation with SWB in school among adolescents; (2) upward academic social comparisons mediated the relation between the
Latino English language learners are one of the fastest growing populations of students in the United States, yet few studies have examined how students goal orientation and perception of teaching practices impacts their achievement and engagement in the classroom.; The purpose of this study was to analyze the following relationships: (1) the salience of Latino English language students personal achievement goal orientation, engagement, and perception of teaching practices in elementary and middle school mathematics classrooms; (2) the impact of students perception of teachers instructional practices on students motivation, engagement, and achievement; (3) whether students goal orientation, engagement and perception of teaching practices are mediated by their gender and grade level; and (4) the influence of students engagement, goal orientation and perception of teaching practices on students achievement in mathematics.; Participants completed surveys from three schools in Central ...
Purpose The psychosocial impact of breast cancer varies widely across patients and over time. Greater insight into goal-based coping processes theorised to underpin psychological resilience may inform efforts to support the maintenance and recovery of psychological wellbeing in the context of breast cancer treatment and recovery. This prospective study adopted a qualitative descriptive design to better understand the nature of situational goal-based coping in response to personal goal interference encountered across the six months following surgery for early-stage breast cancer. Method Responses to specific instances of goal interference were derived from semi-structured interviews conducted at three time-points following surgery (i.e., approximately two, four, and six months post-surgery). Thematic and cross-case analytic techniques were utilised to identify broad patterns across the goal-specific response trajectories. Results Three broad response patterns were identified - goal-based coping only,
When you succeed in completing your goals, you boost your self-confidence, your reputation, and your career. But if youre not making progress on them, they become a source of stress. They can become overwhelming, irrelevant, or just plain frustrating. Youre not alone - we know exactly how you feel. We designed this on-demand seminar to help you get on track with your goals!. Effective Goal-Setting & Planning Skills teaches you how to create goals that challenge you - and how to break those goals up into manageable steps; how to realistically estimate time frames; and how to minimize distractions, balance competing obligations, and make sure you stay on track!. The skills you learn in this training can be applied to all aspects of your life - and have a tremendous, positive impact! ...
The purpose of this study was to test a model of relations among goal orientation, study strategies and achievement. The model postulated that academic achievement and goal orientations are related where achievement is related positively to mastery and performance goals but related negatively to avoidance. The mastery goal was postulated as a positive predictor of deep processing but a negative predictor of disorganization; the performance goal was posited as a positive predictor of surface processing and deep processing and a negative predictor of disorganization. The performance avoidance goal was posited as a positive predictor of disorganization, but a negative predictor of deep processing and surface processing. As predicted, the mastery goal was a positive predictor of deep processing, the performance goal was a positive predictor of surface processing and avoidance was a positive predictor of disorganization. Achievement was a positive predictor of both surface processing and ...
People will choose anger-inducing stimuli when pursuing confrontation goals, which indicates an intention to up regulate anger. The physiological concomitants of these actions, however, are not clearly understood. The current study was aimed to gain insight into this phenomenon by assessing changes in heart rate variability (HRV) when listening to music selected to facilitate goal pursuit. Sixty-seven students prepared to negotiate solutions to current student-parking issues. Participants were given a negotiation goal (confrontation, collaboration, or control) and then chose an emotion-inducing song (angry, happy, or neutral) to listen to in preparation for negotiation. After listening to the song, participants wrote a goal-driven message to the Director of Parking. Primary analyses revealed no significant differences between goal groups. However, group differences revealed through exploratory analyses suggest that music with a more polarized valence (i.e., angry and happy music) may demand more ...
This list of the most important life goals is a summary of the personal qualities that most people would include on a life goals list. These are some good life goal...
This list of the most important life goals is a summary of the personal qualities that most people would include on a life goals list. These are some good life goal...
The purpose of this study was to investigate relationships between motivation, goal-setting and self-regulated learning (SRL), and how these variables interact with sports-related performance and development. The study included 43 snowboarders and freeskiers aged 15-23 years (M = 17.5), which answered 3 self-assessment question-naires regarding motivation, goal-setting and SRL on three occasions. Coaches estimated riders performance based on riding skills and development during the season in terms of technical-, strategic/tactical-, mental- and physical ability in the specific sport. Results of regression analyzes showed a statistical relationship between autonomous motivation and SRL and development. Further there was a tendency that SRL had a positive impact on performance. Goal-setting was not related to any other variable. A simple mediation analysis showed no indirect effects of autonomous motivation on achieve-ment or development through SRL as s mediating variable. Conclusions are that ...
Change in goal attainment T-scores from respective injection cycle baseline visit. GAS measures the extent to which subjects individual goals are achieved in course of intervention. Subject and treating team have to identify 2 personal goals for each treated limb at each injection cycle. Investigator rates the GAS score for each injection cycle. Degree of goal attainment is rated on 5-point scale (-2, -1, 0, +1, +2; study baseline set to -1) and in order to account for interindividual differences in the number of goals, ratings are computed with the Kiresuk formula (Kiresuk & Sherman, Community Mental Health Journal. 1968;4(6):443-53) resulting in T-scores measuring the degree of goal attainment at each visit. A score of 50 indicates that the individual has reached the expected level of achievement for all goals. The size of change from measurement to measurement indicates incremental change towards or away from goal attainment. Positive values indicate a higher goal attainment ...
Objective: Theory and research suggest that the pursuit of personal goals that do not fit a persons affect-based implicit motives results in impaired emotional well-being, including increased symptoms of depression. The aim of this study was to evaluate an intervention designed to enhance motive-goal congruence and study its impact on well-being.Method: Seventy-four German students (mean age = 22.91, SD = 3.68; 64.9% female) without current psychopathology, randomly allocated to three groups: motivational feedback (FB; n = 25; participants learned about the fit between their implicit motives and explicit goals), FB + congruence-enhancement training (CET; n = 22; participants also engaged in exercises to increase the fit between their implicit motives and goals), and a no-intervention control group (n = 27), were administered measures of implicit motives, personal goal commitments, happiness, depressive symptoms, and life satisfaction 3 weeks before (T1) and 6 weeks after (T2) treatment.Results: On two
A relatively new approach to wealth management that emphasizes investing with the objective of attaining specific life goals. Goal-based investing (GBI) involves a wealth manager or investment firms clients measuring their progress towards the attainment of specific life goals such as saving for childrens education or building a retirement nest-egg, rather than focusing on generating the highest possible portfolio return or beating the market.
Prevention of diabetes complications requires a multitude of self-management tasks which are time-consuming. For example, following the American Diabetes Association recommendations for self-management would take 143 minutes per day [1]. Patients spend a mean of 58 minutes per day on self-care, with the largest barrier to additional care being not enough time [1]. To compound this, the majority (56%) of people with diabetes have two or more additional chronic conditions [2]. Patient adherence to clinical practice guideline (CPG) recommendations is impacted by multi-morbidity, as it directly impacts self-management ability (e.g., depression) [3] and competes for time and attention [4] (Yu CH: Impact of a web-based self-management intervention for patients with type 2 diabetes on self-efficacy, self-care and diabetes distress, submitted). For example, patients with a greater overall number of comorbidities placed lower priority on diabetes, had worse diabetes self-management ability [5, 6] and ...
Other evidence suggests that the vMPFC is also involved in assigning personal significance to mental representations of events and facts from ones life. In one fMRI study, we asked participants to imagine future events that were related to their personal goals (e.g., getting married next summer) and future events that were plausible and could be vividly imagined but were unrelated to their personal goals (e.g., taking a pottery lesson next summer), as determined by individualized pre-scan interviews (DArgembeau et al., 2010a). We found that the vMPFC (as well as the PCC) showed greater activation when participants imaged future events that were related to their goals compared to future events that were unrelated to their goals. Importantly, these two types of future events were matched for vividness and temporal distance, suggesting that the observed differences in brain activation cannot be accounted by these factors. Instead, a plausible interpretation is that the increased activation of the ...
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Top 10 Ways to keep your fitness goals on track. 1. Dont Live and Die by the scale! - The number on the scale can really get you down if its not where ...
Top 10 Ways to keep your fitness goals on track. 1. Dont Live and Die by the scale! - The number on the scale can really get you down if its not where ...
The results of our study are consistent with previously published reports, which found that more than 60% of very high-risk patients and over 45% of high-risk patients did not attain their LDL-C goals, according to the 2007 Chinese lipid management guidelines, after at least 3 months of lipid-lowering treatment [10]. We found that physicians knowledge of guideline-recommended LDL-C target goals significantly correlated with patients LDL-C target goal achievement in China. Physicians knowledge varied depending on the hospital level, medical specialty, professional status, and geographic region. Working in a tier 1 or tier 2 hospital, being a resident physician, and specializing in neurology, endocrinology, or internal medicine were independent risk factors for lower LDL-C target goal achievement. Our results indicate that physician knowledge and characteristics affect the quality of lipid management in China, and more attention should be paid to this fact. Previous studies have suggested that ...
The results of our study are consistent with previously published reports, which found that more than 60% of very high-risk patients and over 45% of high-risk patients did not attain their LDL-C goals, according to the 2007 Chinese lipid management guidelines, after at least 3 months of lipid-lowering treatment [10]. We found that physicians knowledge of guideline-recommended LDL-C target goals significantly correlated with patients LDL-C target goal achievement in China. Physicians knowledge varied depending on the hospital level, medical specialty, professional status, and geographic region. Working in a tier 1 or tier 2 hospital, being a resident physician, and specializing in neurology, endocrinology, or internal medicine were independent risk factors for lower LDL-C target goal achievement. Our results indicate that physician knowledge and characteristics affect the quality of lipid management in China, and more attention should be paid to this fact. Previous studies have suggested that ...
We examined the effects of goal orientation, objective task complexity, ability, and task complexity cues on task perceptions, motivation, and performance for 291 undergraduates. Subjects performed a computerized simulation of a class scheduling task. Results indicated that subjective task complexity can be manipulated using task complexity cues. In addition, learning and performance goal orientation interacted with task complexity cues in their effects on task perceptions and motivation. Implications for theory and practice are discussed. ...
If youre like many people, you set business, health, financial or other personal goals in January. However, a few months into the year, it becomes more and more difficult to stay on track to reach those goals. Just take a look around your gym the next time youre there to workout-chances are, its less crowded now than it was in January. So how can you stay on track to reach your goals? Follow these three tips.. Visualize success. Visualizing is a powerful technique that can help you set goals and achieve them. Take a few minutes to visualize the moment that you reach your goals. Emotion force of motivation that can keep you focused on your goals. Take this process a step further and write down everything you see and feel during your visualization. That way you can refer to it, and add to it, when you need a quick boost of motivation.. Get inspired. Theres no better way to get inspired than by immersing yourself in the successes of others-read books or watch movies about people who have ...
This study provides a more detailed look at the goal-setting behaviors of a largely Hispanic, low-income population engaged in a diabetes self-management program. In a busy, real-world setting, these patients were able to participate meaningfully in diabetes self-management, set and attain goals, and improve their glycemic control.. In this program, in which patients were guided to choose their own goals, they chose diet/nutrition-related goals twice as often as other types of goals and were more successful at attaining these types of goals than those from other categories. Exercise-related goals were the second most commonly chosen goals but were less frequently successful. This may reflect the difficulty of promoting exercise, particularly in a population that is older, overweight, and living in an urban environment. Goals from the reducing risks category were much less commonly chosen and were much less successfully attained both at the first follow-up and at any subsequent follow-ups. Goals ...
Change is hard. But for many patients at Heartland Health Center-Albany Park, change is necessary because their health depends on it. Keeping this in mind as a Health Educator, I work step-by-step with patients to create healthier habits and improve their quality of life.. A key component of this effort is effective goal-setting. At every session, I encourage the patient to set a new self-management goal or modify a previous one, always ensuring the goal we set is realistic, yet challenging. To make the goal more concrete, we use an Action Plan worksheet. With this tool, patients not only write out their overarching goal, but also the steps they are going to take to achieve it. This includes specifics such as how, when, where, and how often they will take action to work towards their goal. We also discuss the barriers they may face and how they plan to overcome those barriers. At the end, we always rate their conviction to complete the goal, their confidence that they can do it, and set a date ...
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Purpose of this document: Goals for the Wikimedia Audiences department for the fourth quarter of the fiscal year 2018-19 (April - June 2019). The goal-setting process owner in each section is the person responsible for coordinating the completion of the section, in partnership with the team and relevant stakeholders. Goals for the Technology department are available on their own page. ...
You set it, then got it! This forum is exclusively for marking health and fitness milestones. Tell us about your Weight Watchers goals, pounds to lose, or a any related personal goal.
Nutritionist-delivered weight loss intervention though diet modification with an aim of 10% weightloss over a year long intervention based on the DPP and LookAHEAD interventions. Participants meet with a nutritionist individually and in small groups. Participants receive general information about diet and behavior strategies such as self-monitoring, goal-setting, stimulus-control, problem-solving, and relapse-prevention training. Participants learn to set a calorie goal and a fat gram goal and how to achieve the goal calorie reduction. Meetings are held weekly during the first 6 months of the diet program but taper off over the course of the study ...
Most Lifehack readers are in tune with the value of goal-setting and how important it is to have a vision of what you want to achieve. This vision is really solidified by having actual visual representations of your goals. I like having a place to look at things that inspire me, like quotes, photos, and other
As I finish my internship, I believe I have largely met my defined academic, career and personal goals I established before beginning my internship. My academic goal was to build upon the knowledge from the biology classes I have taken, as well as to expand that knowledge to better assist me in future classes. These goals were met as all my research either built on my basic biology knowledge, such as understanding how cellular respiration works and how DNA is replicated, or new lab techniques and concepts. These new techniques include ELISA and cell culture preparation, which will be useful when I take biology lab in the fall. More so, I was introduced to many neuroscience concepts, such as the role of PPAR agonist receptors and the importance of insulin in the brain, which I will be able to apply to my neuroscience courses.. Here is a link to an interesting article about the correlation between insulin resistance and AD, concepts on which my project focused, written by my PI.. My career goal ...
Plenty of scholarly and popular writings have addressed the issue of goal-setting, though there is some debate about whether we should set dream-big goals or more attainable goals. My take: Every year, you should set at least one physical and mental challenge that scares you just enough to help you make good choices-because those choices are a means to reaching that goal. What is "just enough"? Its that spot right in between "of course I can do this" and "no way in the world can I do this." For me, it was taking on the challenge of trying to complete an Ironman in 2013 (2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike, 26.2-mile run in a 17-hour time limit). Ive found that the canyon in the middle of those two extremes is where the growth lies. Maybe its not fear in the traditional sense, but that bubbling angst of uncertainty feels different from and healthier than the kind of fear that dieters tend to have ...
The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) mission is to enhance and protect the health and well-being of all Americans. As Acting Assistant Secretary for Health at HHS, I have made it my personal goal to confront two of the largest, most intractable challenges to health and well-being in the United States: poor nutrition and physical inactivity.. Currently, about half of all Americans have one or more preventable chronic diseases, many of which are directly related to inadequate physical activity and unhealthy eating. These preventable diseases cause untold suffering for millions of people and impose a huge burden on our healthcare system and economy. But there are many ways in which the Federal government is actively working to address these behavioral health challenges. We are dedicated to implementing research, policies, and programs to improve dietary quality and physical activity in the United States. Initiatives such as the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the Physical ...
And based on magnitude of reduced fracture risk with pedometers, 28 people would need to track steps with a pedometer to prevent one fracture, the study team calculated.. Trial participants did have some help setting realistic walking goals, and also received coaching from nurses and were encouraged to keep step diaries.. This extra support may be a key ingredient for successful health outcomes from tracking steps, said Dr. Mitesh Patel, Director of the Penn Medicine Nudge Unit at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.. "Tracking your daily activity with a pedometer, wearable, or smartphone is an important part of any physical activity program," Patel said by email. "However, it should be combined with other behavior change strategies such as goal-setting, coaching, or social interventions to increase sustainability.". One limitation of the study is that researchers lacked four years of data for some participants, the study team notes in Plos Medicine. Most of the participants were also ...
SpringHealth - Brentwood is set in the tranquil setting of Brentwood Park. A location that adds to the feel of total relaxation that is an aspect of the club.. Our facilities include 3 gymnasium areas, (resistance, cardio vascular and a stretch area) group fitness studio, (classes including Pilates and yoga), a relaxation area comprising of a spa bath, steam room & sauna, beauty clinic, solarium and changing areas.. Whatever your goals we are sure that we can help you achieve them through our highly trained fitness consultants and personal trainers. We are here for you, to help you achieve your goals, no matter how varied they may be. On joining you will receive a detailed assessment and programme design specific to your own personal goal.. With the continuous rise in England of the obesity level it is becoming more and more important to partake in some form of physical activity. Make the right choice and join SpringHealth Leisure and be guided along by trained fitness consultants that are only ...
These efforts are interesting, but I dont think that the level of hardcore data tracking these engineers or engineer-types are doing will result in lasting behavioral change. I have done these things myself (like the coffee example) and they are amazingly successful *in the short term*. Why? Because its a super interesting project to engage in. Its awesome! We love projects. You start with a goal, you architect your plan of attack, you figure out your data collection framework, and then you set out to prove that you were right and that you can achieve your goal. And guess what? You do!! Yay! Its a wonderful feeling just to know that you can change your environment and even your own behavior by dedicating your engineering talents to your own personal goals. But then, the project loses its excitement after that. Are you REALLY cured from your addiction/desire to drink coffee? Or eat sugary foods? Or waste time watching tv? (all things that people wish they could reduce and may even ...
A combination of aerobic activity, strength training, and flexibility exercises, plus increased general daily activity can reduce medication dependence and health care costs while maintaining functional independence and improving quality of life in older adults. However, patients often do not benefit fully from exercise prescriptions because they receive vague or inappropriate instructions. Effective exercise prescriptions include recommendations on frequency, intensity, type, time, and progression of exercise that follow disease-specific guidelines. Changes in physical activity require multiple motivational strategies including exercise instruction as well as goal-setting, self-monitoring, and problem-solving education. Helping patients identify emotionally rewarding and physically appropriate activities, contingencies, and social support will increase exercise continuation rates and facilitate desirable health outcomes. Through patient contact and community advocacy, physicians can promote lifestyle
This course emphasizes students daily participation in a variety of enjoyable physical activities that promote lifelong healthy active living. Students will learn movement techniques and principles, ways to improve personal fitness and physical competence, and safety/injury prevention strategies. They will investigate issues related to healthy sexuality and the use and abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs and will participate in activities designed to develop goal-setting, decision-making, communication, conflict resolution, and social skills ...
Last week, I joined a group of other goal-setting bloggers and posted my Life List. One of my main goals was to get my butt, which suffers from DJWS (Day-Jobbing Writers Syndrome), back in the gym 4 times per week. So far so good on week one into this effort. I went 5 times, and…
Gateway is a letter-graded, two-credit-hour elective course that teaches new incoming students how to successfully navigate OU and build a strong foundation for collegiate success. Each class, limited to 19 students, aims to foster a sense of belonging and promote student interaction and involvement. This course includes reading, writing, projects, and out of class homework assignments all designed to guide students through what they should be doing in their first semester to build success at OU.. Gateway is different from many other courses in that the format is primarily discussion rather than lecture. The content is focused on the process of learning and becoming a successful student, setting and reaching your personal goals, and being an active OU Citizen. Each Gateway course shares 70% common curriculum to ensure that all students taking Gateway have the opportunity to engage in those important tasks vital to creating success at OU. In addition, each course has 30% of the curriculum ...
Another factor pertinent to goal-setting theory is self-efficacy, thats the persons belief he or she is able to successfully finish a specific undertaking. In the end, it recognizes that just because something was learned, it does not absolutely indicate its going to lead to a change in behavior. For starters, you are able to merely serve one specific person at a particular time, which means that youre not able to advance production through technological improvements.. At every stage of development, folks face a crisis they must master. essay writers Advances in healthcare technology, rising expectations of individuals seeking care, and reorganization of healthcare methods need a larger number of highly educated professionals. Thus, the perfect aim of education is reaching to the preceding limit of the person growth potential.. He was among the initial practitioners to offer family and group counseling and to use public education for a way to deal with community health. Thus, the best target ...
My professional goal is to provide timely, patient-centered and effective care for patients with skin cancers, particularly those with difficult to manage tumors, multiple tumors or high-risk of developing new tumors in the future. I want to contribute to the redesign of our healthcare system to improve access to care, efficiency of care delivery and clinical outcomes for our patients. My personal goal is live life to its fullest potential and be happy with myself and my family ...
The New Year is coming and that means its time for resolutions! I dont usually make any official ones, but this year Im thinking about making one or two. I started a thread [url=http://www.pixelscrapper.com/forums/digital-scrapbooking/digital-scrapbooking-discussion/scrapping-goals-for-2013]here[/url] for scrapping goals, but I also have a personal goal to work on. Im hoping to be more active this year, and Im thinking about how to make this happen. I have two ideas to help make myself successful.
Coaches And Therapists in University Heights, OH specializing in goal-setting, assessment, workplace issues, decision-making, strategizing, personal marketing and transition.
Explore ways to promote the PFCE Frameworks "Families as Learners" Outcome. Programs can encourage learning as a lifelong process that can enrich the lives of staff, families, and children. Learning can occur in everyday activities and informal groups, as well as structured settings. It can support goal-setting, parent-child relationships, professional growth, and peer and community connections. This resource describes research and offers suggestions to foster learning for staff, families, and children.. rtp-families-as-learners.pdf ...
Coaches And Therapists in North Providence, RI specializing in goal-setting, assessment, workplace issues, decision-making, strategizing, personal marketing and transition.
Everybody will tell you that you should change your eating habits and increase daily physical activity. Yes - that is true and I bet you already knew that. However, in todays ever-changing society we have to keep up with our jobs, households, we want to maintain relationships, achieve our personal goals etc… A lot of people decide that they will change their eating habits and that they will increase physical activity, but how many of them actually keep up doing those things? And before they know it - their weight is back! This group of people usually finds it very difficult to take charge of their weight and eating habits… And they take a high risk of developing serious condition like heart disease and diabetes.. You dont want to be one of those people who have high risk of developing a serious medical condition, do you?!. I understand that you might be very busy or simply dont have time at the moment to have 100% healthy eating habits or to play sports every single day… But that ...
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We all agreed that we had mixed feelings about the Paralympics :-) ..that it has been a marvellous spectacle was not in doubt, that many disabled people achieved their personal dreams was applauded, that the opening and closing ceremonies were fan was not in question.. We also all agreed we found the outpouring of pride from the great british public somewhat tainted by the "dont they do well" aspect of it.......it is kind of expected that a disabled person will obviously and undoubtedly wish to overcome their disabilities to be as like an able bodied person as is achievable.............. I cite Oscar Pistorius here, running against Usain Bolt, running in the Olympics. I do not think he shouldnt have and he runs bloody fast!!! he has pushed his body to its limits and achieved quite an outstanding personal goal.........but personal is what it was........not an achievement for disability or other disabled people........he is an individual and there are others like him. There will be people who ...
... helps students of all ages stay sharp and ready for the coming school year. The purpose of this website is to provide opportunities for students to retain their skills and to sharpen the brains capacity. We encourage you to investigate the resources for your grade range and to set a personal goal to stay away from the traditional summer slide associated with lack of educational interaction that occurs in the summer.. Use the page tabs at the top to navigate to the section applicable to your family. ...
Meanwhile the sheer amount of padding (look at that thing) creates a head-spinning level of tightness around your shaft, further enhancing every bump, bite, bubble and bobble. Its just… really, really well thought out penis-pull-planning.. When hitting its end zone, youll slide in and out of the R-20 Punis faux-cervix which is an even smaller opening. This doesnt put up much resistance, but you might get a little pop if youre lucky. Certificates in the mail. The vacuum chamber within is littered with bumps and a final set of teeth.. Basically, at least for me personally, Toys Heart have gotten everything right with this one. The R-20 Puni is almost like the non-oral, tin can inspired equivalent of Magic Eyes Mouth of Truth. Its targeting the same specific area. The… the penis.. I mean, its been a while since an onahole has given me such a powerful orgasm that Ill blank out momentarily, only to be hit with a sudden wave of bizarre goal-setting motivation that wears off before I can ...