Socialisation starts in the Home – Key points, Key words, key phrases on the Go

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  1. Emotional pruning around children.
  2. Positive words and encouragement.
  3. Spending time with family members.
  4. Going for long walks.
  5. Going out to the park, etc.
  6. Playing and communicating with pets.
  7. Face to Face Communication.
  8. Dining table togetherness.
  9. Demonstrating Caring.
  10. Teaching and Demonstrating empathy, sympathy etc.
  11. Showing sensitivity.
  12. Bringing descriptive conversations.
  13. Light hearted conversations.
  14. Bringing psychology into the home.
  15. Creating harmonised conversations.
  16. Teaching kids the energy behind words and the consequences.
  17. Teaching kids to consider people’s feelings.
  18. Teaching kids to think several times before speaking or actions.
  19. Creating harmonised topics or subjects.
  20. Creating a teaching environment.
  21. Creating laughter, jokes, humour, happiness.
  22. Social surprises and competitions.
  23. Allowing kids to express themselves.
  24. Encouraging brothers and sisters to get on with each other.
  25. Encouraging constructive conversations rather than silly arguments.
  26. Creating a fair teamwork in the family.
  27. Father using time with the kids, education, social, emotional pruning etc.
  28. Avoiding constant quarrelling completely.
  29. Avoiding negativity draining communication.
  30. Parents respecting each other at home in front of the kids especially.
  31. Playing games such as chess, ludo etc.
  32. Hugging children.
  33. Reminding children their worth.
  34. Creating an acceptance environment.
  35. A good home environment, children will want to please.
  36. Being a good role model for kids.
  37. Increasing Co-operation.
  38. Increasing Understanding.
  39. Increasing a Listening environment.
  40. Increasing Prosocial interactions.

 

 

 

 

 

Mobile phone, Iphone, android, or cell phone tapping – key points, key words, key phrases on the Go.

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  1. Even if your phone is turned off a tapper in another building or car for example, can actually still listen to your conversation in the car, house etc up to 6 to 7 meters. The phone will pretend as if it is playing dead; you will see no light on your phone but the phone will still be using your battery.
  2. Tappers will know your specific location,
  3. Check to see if the battery is unusually hot for no reason,
  4. Check for unusual people in car, vans, lorries, men or women who look like repairman etc,
  5. Listen for background interference noise.
  6. Check for great deal of static, echoes, any unusual consistency of noises,
  7. High-pitched consistent noise can be a strong indicator.
  8. Purchase a sound-bandwidth sensor on a low frequency to see any bandwidth uptaker around your phone.
  9. Use your phone around other electronic devices to sense any unusual disturbances.
  10. It is well known that tappers use frequencies similar to a FM radio band, so if your radio makes a funny noise when you actually aim to set the radio to the mono, you can do more investigations.
  11. Use a TV with a good antenna to assess the room for any disturbed interference.
  12. Listen to your phone when not in use.
  13. In advanced cases you might even hear someone moving on the street (despite turning the phone off or on several times) with connection to your phone when there is a technical glitch.
  14. Tappers use a “hook switch bypass” to connect to your phones microphone and speakers,
  15. You can check for verification of the noise through the use of an external amplifier.
  16. Check the times you find yourself charging your phone unusually.
  17. If the shut-down process gets delayed, see unusual signs under a dark phone, or you thought the phone was shut down and when you take the battery out it re-shuts down again, phone lights up, starts up, or begins to unusually install an unknown app on your iphone or android phone etc.
  18. Always write down the names of the apps you are using.

 

 

Feeling exhausted or burnt out – key points, key words, key phrases on the Go.

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  1. strong feelings of frustration,
  2. strong feelings of powerlessness,
  3. withdrawal emotions,
  4. losing motivation,
  5. induced physical health problems,
  6. induced perception problems,
  7. induced relationship problems,
  8. induced mental problems,
  9. reduced socialness,
  10. economic pressures causing burnt out problems,
  11. career and income are the underlying cause,
  12. working longer hours,
  13. unclear priorities in the work place,
  14. conflicts in the work place,
  15. simple, complex and unreversible errors are likely to occur,
  16. stress can be self inflicted,
  17. motivation can be reduced,
  18. quality of communication can be reduced,
  19. reduced team work involvement,
  20. poor productivity,
  21. memory problems can occur,
  22. feeling trapped in circumstances,
  23. evaluating what your main priorities should be,
  24. family and good health should be no 1,
  25. aim to make life more simiplier,
  26. aim to reduce stress levels,
  27. aim to change jobs or roles,
  28. make changes in your lifestyle,
  29. gain time for family,
  30. gain time for your personal endeavours,
  31. aim for more freedom and satisfaction,
  32. know when to say no; it is enough,
  33. seek to keep your workload within manageable limits,
  34. ask for help or delegate,
  35. ensure you have sufficient rest,
  36. seek health diet, exercise and absorb nature,
  37. aim to revive yourself,
  38. create a balanced recreation,
  39. generate different interests and hobbies,
  40. after feeling exhausted, your efforts may not even be valued,
  41. respect, care and value yourself,
  42. you have more worth than your job,
  43. time for you and time for your job,

 

 

 

Breaking down patriarchal communication from a polygamy ancestry – key points, key words, key phrases on the go.

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  1. Breaking down the patriarchal communication is about trying to balance communication.
  2. It is about providing respect and listening skills in a relationship.
  3. No woman ideally wants to be in a relationship whereby they are constantly ordered around.
  4. It is about avoiding having an intimidating “possessive, ordering, controlling personality”
  5. It is about taking the time to get to know your wives through interpersonal communication rather through superficial visual communication.
  6. As a result of this ancestral experience many men may find it difficult to penetrate a womens psyche properly and the women will feel not listened to;it will feel like a clash of different worlds.
  7. It is about taking ones self off the pedestal and being equal to the wife in communication.
  8. It is about according the wife with respect.
  9. It is about having eye contact, face to face attention, listening and having satisfactory time with the wife.
  10. Walking around the world with patriatrial communication will cause serious listening problems and many relationship failures especially in a monogamy society.
  11. It is important to evaluate the difference in communication between a strong patriatrial polygamy society and in a monogamy society; you will see that the quality of communication towards their wives on average is quite different.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Support for a child being rejected at school – key points, key words, key phrases on the go.

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  1. Always maintain his or her self-esteem.
  2. Do not create or feed the mindset of a victim.
  3. Spend quality, happy and rememberable time with your child.
  4. Encourage them to go to bed on a positive emotional footnote.
  5. Eclipse any negative emotions with positive emotions.
  6. Be an emotional support to your child.
  7. Help to concentrate more on their education.
  8. Always encourage your child.
  9. Dont let them change their original personality.
  10. Let them know that they are unique.
  11. Create opportunities to draw upon their skills and talents etc.
  12. There are many outlets for creativity and development for your child.
  13. There are other avenues to socialising, educational training, community groups, church, etc.
  14. You can start small projects with your child that could lead to something big in the future.
  15. It is about creating extra opportunities to give your child a unique head start in life.
  16. Do things that create positive feedback to your childs emotions.
  17. Create an environment that brings reinforcement through relationships,
  18. Remember to let your child connect with nature and not to stay static in one environment.
  19. Remember too that too much socialising can have its drawbacks too.

 

 

 

 

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