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If you had a friend that talked to you the way you talk to yourself, how long
would you be friends with that person? I know this might sound alarming to
you but what you say to yourself in quiet (when no one else is home) is why
you are seeing the results you are.
Success magazine publisher Darren Hardy says this on the subject of
self-talk, “Left unguided (as most do), your brain will stew in the
negative all day, every day of your life. The conundrum is—what you think
about comes about. Where your attention goes, energy flows, thus the
direction your life takes.” The key to achieving great success in life
starts with a positive self-image.
What we say directly affects what we do and have. Our brains cannot achieve a
goal we do not have, and in the same breath we cannot go where we want to go
if we constantly tell ourselves that we can’t do it. So how do we change
our negative mindset to a positive one?
This is where gratitude and affirmations come in. Pick a few things you are
grateful for every morning and focus on that as you go through your daily
routine. Personally I have gone as far as creating a list of about ten
positive words of affirmation that I have written on a 3×5 card that I have
taped to my mirror so I read them every time I go in there. We have to change
the flow of information we are filling our minds with from negative to
positive, if we want to be great, we have to be grateful.
My challenge to you is this. Take 5 minutes at the end of each day before you
go to bed to write down the top 10 things you are grateful for in your life.
The next morning when you get up, read those ten things and think about how
truly blessed you really are. Because I don’t know if you realized this or
not, but there is someone else out there that has it worse then you do. If we
constantly focus on how bad it is, it will never get better. Be the change
you want to see in your own life, and be grateful for what you have.

West Christian is a young man that is on a mission to impact and change lives
by equipping the youth of today with the skills needed to excel tomorrow. Be
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MonkiSee “Baby’s First Words” DVD Vol 1

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  • 30 minutes video teaches babies to read
  • Teaches body parts and other familiar first words
  • Slide show review of 40 words
  • Contains Instructional Parent Guide
  • Video will auto play when no selection is made

Educational video introduces baby’s to their body parts and other familiar first words. Very entertaining for babies. Contains fun monkey skits, puppet shows, lively children’s music, poetry, animals, children and more….

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More Please! (Sign Babies First Words Board Book)

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Babies learn best from interaction and Sign Babies board books are the perfect way for parent and baby to do just that. Instead of just a picture of the object, Nancy Cadjan teaches the fundamentals of ASL signing by putting the objects in context. The mini-story features sentences in “baby-ese” at the top of the page with the exact signs shown on the bottom of the page. Each aspect of this book was created by noted signing expert Nancy Cadjan and was also reviewed by a panel of real-life signing parents, including parents of deaf children and baby-signing instructors. Also, each book describes how signing works and how to get started, as well as more advanced concepts. It’s perfect for both seasoned signers and those parents new to the con

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Words Never Spoken

Some people get one last chance as the person they love declines after a long illness and gradually approaches her or his last days. Some wait until the midnight hour, perhaps reaching the bedside of her or his loved one in the final moments and face the last opportunity to speak the unspoken words. Others, sadly race to the hospital but arrive moments or hours too late and the unspoken words will reside in their soul until their days too are gone. Time will not wait for any of us. What are the words unspoken for you and me? Who are the people we love that we need to say them to?

Those who never get around to expressing what resides in their hearts often recount with bitter regret one missed opportunity after another. In some families it is a deeply held credo that if you have to say, “I love you,” than you don’t mean it. They may want to tell their mother, father, or grandparent, “I love you” or “Thank you for always being there for me,” but that same parent or grandparent may have never been able to say those same words to you. They leave this world without either saying or hearing the words that mean so much to people, especially when it comes from the heart of someone you love and who loves you. In those families where such expressions of love and gratitude are rarely expressed on those few exceptional occasions when the words are uttered, they tend to be cherished and never forgotten by the one who hears them.

When our loved ones are taken from us suddenly in an accident or by a fatal heart attack or stroke there may be no time for a last good-bye. Even if we do get to say a final good-bye, we will still long for just one more chance to say whatever words remain unsaid but felt deeply in our hearts. When our loved one is no longer here, oh how we long for just one more conversation.

I am not suggesting that we live our lives with a morbid preoccupation anticipating that every time we say goodbye we should consider that this may be the last one. But I do recommend that we engage in some honest soul searching and ask ourselves, “Who are the people in my life who mean the most to me?” “Have I told them how special they are to me?” “Who are the people in my life who I owe the greatest gratitude?” “Have I thanked them from the bottom of my heart and told them how much their generosity has meant to me?” “Who are the people I love the most in all the world?” “When was the last time I told them how precious and dear they are to me?”

Words never spoken, the words never heard by those we intend them for, leave an ache in our hearts that will not soon go away.

David A. Crenshaw, Ph.D., ABPP is a Board Certified Clinical Psychologist and Director of the Rhinebeck Child and Family Center, LLC (website: He specializes in treating children and families and is the author/co-author of four books: Understanding and Treating the Aggression of Children: Fawns in Gorilla Suits; A Handbook of Play Therapy with Aggressive Children; Engaging Resistant Children in Therapy: Projective Drawing and Storytelling Techniques; and Bereavement.

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