April 2nd is World Autism Awareness Day. Despite such emphasis on early identification, a lot of parents and pediatricians remain ill--informed about the early signs as well as treatment options. Treatment for Autism should include the entire family, as the family requires thorough understanding of the disorder and must be actively engaged in the administration of social and behavioral treatment interventions. Interventions focused only on the Autistic child are a disservice to the family and will not yield optimal results.
As a therapist one of the first things I say to people in a first session is that they can talk however they want with me including swearing (just not at me, please). The words that I want them to get rid of are not those dirty words that their mothers told them never to say. Mine are words and phrases that cut a person down or give messages that hold them back. Language is more powerful than we often give it credit for.
Your profiles match. You've moved slowly into a promising online friendship. And now it's time to bring a book and rose to the coffee shop for your first official date. These five scientific tips from the book Brain Trust can help it go smoothly.
Although a silent film dominated the top awards at the 84th Academy Awards, the winners were not silent about the important people in their life they had to thank for their love and support.
Did you know, that: 1. When you are engaged in relationship, the truth of your relationship is reflected in your interactions, whether you are conscious of it or not. 2. No matter what words you use and how you choose to communicate consciously, there is an underlying energetic current that gives your words their true meaning. 3. This under current can either nurture or destroy your relationship.
Imagine that you are a hologram made of the fragments of your past, fantasies about future and collective perceptions you learned from people in your life. When a wrong word is said or something else reminds you about your past disappointments or betrayal, you lose yourself in this memory and unconsciously leave the present moment.
Forget chemistry, similar values, having the same favorite movies or any of the usual signs we look for to see if a date may blossom into something long-term. What if the key to compatibility is in our words, or, more specifically, the words between our words?
As was expected, Natalie Portman notched a win for Best Actress in a drama film on Sunday night at the Golden Globes. We just love this girl, and her performance in Black Swan truly was a highlight of the year, so the award was definitely deserved. We were excited to see her accept the statuette, as Portman is usually quite eloquent with her words... usually. After her speech began, soon things took a turn for the awkward.
Black Swan actress Natalie Portman appeared to having nothing, but love to express for her fiancé, dancer/choreographer Benjamin Millepied, while accepting the Desert Palm Achievement Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival. Portman and Millepied met while filming Black Swan, reports UsMagazine.com. ”[The filming] was seductive to watch…there was no way the attraction could be missed,” said an insider. Portman is now three months pregnant with Millepied’s child.
Wedding season for best friends isn't all bachelor parties, rehearsal dinners and hookups with the falsely libidinous. It's about responsibility. It's keeping drunk uncles from falling down stairs, it's holding onto rings in an outfit sometimes without pockets, it's administering tepid water to cold feet, it's telling Bridezilla that the citizens of Tokyo are sick of having their view wrecked, it's not complaining about an outfit that's so hideous it must be a personal attack, and it's giving a great wedding speech
When attempting to dissect the "why" of sexual attraction often times we find ourselves lost in the unexplainable. Our libido works in mysterious ways, we'll say. Far be it for us to put in words why we trail one person home and brutishly reject another. It's out of our hands! That is unless they have a sexy accent. Then the answer's easy. An international survey of 5,000 women reveals the sexiest foreign accent. Do you agree?
A friend of Barack Obama says the President-elect has grown closer to his wife during the 21-month campaign, according to an Us Weekly report confirmed by Obama’s sweet shout out to Michelle Obama during her husband’s post-election acceptance speech. “I would not be standing here tonight without the unyielding support of my best friend for the last 16 years, the rock of our family, the love of my life, the nation's next first lady,” he said. Aw! He shouldn’t have! Scratch that. He certainly should have! After all, Michelle did leave her $273,618 a-year bread-winning job as the Vice President at the University of Chicago Hospitals to stand by her husband. Like a rock, indeed!