It has become quite a "buzz" word to be a lifelong learner; yet the significance and power that comes with an open mind that is passionate about learning is key to success in any area of our life until the day we die. Closing your mind to learning is compared to starting your journey towards death. As teachers we look for new ways to inspire our students, and get them passionate about the subjects we are required to guide them through. Let's look at the differences and conne
Insomnia is a national plague and there are promises of relief by one product or system or another. Trauma induced insomnia was considered a temporary byproduct of the trauma and will usually ease and fade as we heal. Recently it was found that there is a lingering insomnia when the past trauma had a connection with bedtime or nighttime. Trauma is a big word. It can represent an epic tragic event, yet can also be an underlying worry or dread that affects our mental health.
It is hard to imagine in this day and age that we would have a medical/mental issue that is not being understood or addressed in mainstream caregiving. Of course after watching the pandemic experts create confusion across the world, it is easier to see how far behind we can be. Language Deprivation Today we are talking about Language Deprivation. We need to create awareness. "One in eight people in the United States (13 percent, or 30 million) aged 12 years or older has hea