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Advising Greatly Florida State University Kathleen Shea Smith Allison Torma Rolando Torres
Trapped Powe rless Isolated
Oh What A Tangled Web They Weave
Shame: “I Am Bad”
Guilt: “I did something bad”
TALK Shame or Guilt? Issues of self
Versus Gender Differences in Shame
Stay Shy Stay Quiet
Caution Don’t show Weakness
Get Angry or Shut Down
Perfectionism Procrastination Paralysis
Advising Greatly Florida State University Kathleen Shea Smith, Allison Torma, Rolando Torres,
Rona Smith Counselor ( Adapted from Personalized Parenting Workshops, Mar-co Products, 1995)
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Bringing girls back into focus Kathryn Meldrum & Debbie Ollis Deakin University.
Emotions Images from the SEAL pack:
Taking charge of your anger & Getting along with your teachers and peers A mini-lesson by Mr. Hess.
Getting going with your course work Sara Steinke STAY AHEAD AUTUMN PROGRAMME 2011.
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Irony Isnt it ironic?. Situational Irony The setting or action is the unexpected or opposite of what you expect. Examples: Madagascar (animals dont know.
William Pollack Real Boys 1. The sturdy oak - stoic, steady, no weakness, no public grieving, no complaining 3. The big wheel - status, dominance,
The Sunday School Child Speaker Dr Lydia Taiwo. Sunday Children Different types of children come to Sunday School Age ranges Age ranges from 0 to 12 years.
By: Cecilia Gonzalez-Gordon, Victoria Kiarsis, and Myesha Anderson.
EMPOWER COLORADO ACCEPTANCE EMPATHY FRIENDSHIP HOPE Helping Families Help Their Kids Education Movement: Parents Offering Wisdom, Encouragement and Resources.
Identity Formation and Possible Selves: Becoming a Self-Regulated Learner in Mathematics Alan Zollman Northern Illinois University October 27, 2009.
Effective Board Meetings = Improved Student Achievement Susan Salter Director of Board Development.
Dont Get Angry Angry Bird Bulletin Board: Stress Management Techniques & Tips Justin Averill Snyder Hall- University of Illinois Urbana Champaign.
LETS LOOK AT HOW THE NEWS IS MADE! WHY ARE NEWS SOURCES BIASED?
SCHOOL PASSPORT Presentation entitled Matthew's Passport. Used with kind permission of the author.
By Bryce Hanson. There are many different types of customers here’s a few Angry Irritable/moody Complaining Impatient Leave me Alone Insulting Argumentative.
Habit #1 Be Proactive. What happens to a bottle of soda when you shake it up? It EXPLODES!
Now Todds Box Cumulative Review. so Todds Box Cumulative Review.
PAST HABITS: USED TO We used to go out every night (habit) We used to live in the city (situation) We used to be city people (state) *We can also use would/wouldnt.
Customer Service – Dealing With Difficult Customers.
ED 227: My Learning in Process Lewis Sheridan ED 227 – Johnson 4/24/13.
Public vs. Private Self Complete p. 53. Do you always wash your hands after using the toilet? Listen to story.
Wyn Owen – Adain 2003 Communication Last time, we looked at pushing and pulling in relation to your own communication skills. Today. Id like to delve a.
Why are people so addicted to the internet ? When did people start to become so addicted to the internet? How was the human relations and how is it going?
Produced by the Riverina Schools Project Partnership, 2009 Talk To Me Lesson Five How To Start a Conversation.
Change in Quantity Demanded ( ▲ QD) vs. Change in Demand ( ▲ D)
What do folks have in common?. Yes, they are all TV detectives! And YOU get to be a History Detective.
Isaac peters Period 6. Used to take pictures of moments I want to remember To remember the times I go and I want show friends and family the good times.
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