Most everyone does it. In fact, studies show the average person does it 30 times each day. Yet, no one likes it. But if we really hate complaining as much as we say we do, why do we do so much of it?
The 2,500-year-old history of adults blaming the younger generation
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The outdoor environment is now an integral part of many early years settings and schools, but is it being used to its full potential? Providing extensive, challenging and ever-changing outdoor play experiences is an essential and valuable aspect of early years education. This book offers comprehensive guidance on how the outdoor environment can be used to teach and challenge all children across a range of settings drawing on forest school practice. Following a month-by-month format, each chapter provides a selection of theme-related play experiences alongside planning and evaluations of how the ideas described were carried out, and reveals the impact that they had on the children. Karen Constable is an experienced early years teacher, having worked for almost twenty years in nursery and school settings. She is currently a reception class teacher and early years leader, working with children ranging from two to five years at Mark First School, UK. Sandy Green worked within the early years sector for over thirty-five years, initially as a nursery nurse in both education and social services settings and later as a lecturer in further education.
The truth about whining, complaining, bitching & moaning
The energy of those dynamics is one of powerlessness. I was particularly thinking about this recently when I noticed myself…whining, complaining, bitching and moaning. When I noticed that I myself was doing a lot of whining, complaining, bitching and moaning, I did what has now become a courageous habitual response to uncomfortable things: I practiced the courage to get curious about what I was doing, rather than berate myself via the inner critic for not being better, in the first place. Examining what it is that I want to shift in my life is a regular practice want some help with that?
Hearing loss is a common problem caused by noise, aging, disease, and heredity. People with hearing loss may find it hard to have conversations with friends and family. Approximately one in three people between the ages of 65 and 74 has hearing loss , and nearly half of those older than 75 has difficulty hearing.