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Another Act of Mass Violence on School Campus

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by Dr Shefali Tsabary

 

Yet another act of mass violence in one of America’s schools hits the headlines this morning. This time not a shooting, but some twenty high school students stabbed with a knife. 

Acts of violence on such a large scale ought to wake us up to the fact that something is seriously wrong with the atmosphere of many of our educational institutions. But they don’t. Instead of facing up to the root problem, we’d rather put it down to an act of a single deranged individual.

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The Difference Between Punishment and Consequences

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It's been said that the only things we really "learn" are the things we learn for ourselves. It's when we learn something for ourselves that it becomes intrinsic to us. We just naturally do what it is we've learned, without having to be urged to do it or disciplined into doing it.

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Are Punishment and Consequences Different?

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by Dr Shefali Tsabary

It's been said that the only things we really "learn" are the things we learn for ourselves. It's when we learn something for ourselves that it becomes intrinsic to us. We just naturally do what it is we've learned, without having to be urged to do it or disciplined into doing it.

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The Need for Certainty

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If you haven’t read my review of New Yorker Lynnda Pollio’s new book Trusting the Currents, which I covered in the free Namaste Publishing online magazine, Namaste Insights, you might want to do so. I cover the first half of the book. In these blogs, I want to go further into the book.

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Out of Control (e-book) by Shefali Tsabary PhD

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Out of Control

THERE ARE TWO E-BOOK FILE FORMATS INCLUDED IN THIS DOWNLOAD:

1) MOBIPOCKET (.mobi)

These can be viewed on a PC using Mobipocket Reader Desktop or transferred to a smartphone or PDA. The files can also be viewed on the Amazon Kindle portable reading device, as well as on an iPad or iPhone using the free Kindle app from the Apple app store. Download to your computer and then transfer the file to your book librabry on your device.

2) E-PUB (.epub)

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The Real Answer to the Issue of Legalizing of Marijuana

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A debate has broken out over a New York Times column in which David Brooks confessed to smoking cannabis as a teen but says he believes the substance should remain illegal.

His argument against Colorado’s legalizing of marijuana for recreational purposes is that laws profoundly mold culture, and government ought to tip the scales toward pleasures such as the arts, being in nature, and so forth—not toward being stoned.

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Do You or Someone You Know Suffer from Chronic Pain?

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From Lee Gerdes, 
CEO and founder of Brain State Technologies

Chronic pain is the number one health problem in the United States, afflicting more people than diabetes, heart disease, and cancer combined. Because of chronic pain, for millions just getting through the day is an ongoing battle.

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Where's That Sadness Coming from? And What Can You Do to Restore Your Feeling of Wellbeing?

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Sadness isn’t an emotion we generally appreciate. While it’s true that there are individuals who wallow in it, most of us usually wish times when we are feeling sad would just “go away.” However, sadness has an essential role to play in all our lives from time to time.

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When Your Child Makes You Feel Helpless

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by Dr Shefali Tsabary

I think of a father who invested thousands of dollars in his son’s education at a private school, with a view to his entry into the same Ivy League college he himself had attended. 

When the son dropped out of college to join a rock band after his second year, the father flipped. “You finish your education, and then you can see whether you really want to play rock music,” he insisted. 

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Amazing Responses to Traumatic Brain Injury with Brainwave Optimization

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton kept up a rigorous schedule of work-related duties, which included visiting 112 countries during her four-year tenure. Traveling just short of a million miles, she covered enough distance to span the globe more than 38 times. With all of the time changes involved, her schedule was clearly exhausting. No doubt weakened by her workload, she caught the flu and fell down, striking her head. The result was a concussion and a blood clot.

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