By G. A Briggs
;A to Z in Audio КНИГИ ;АППАРАТУРА Автор: G. A Briggs Название: A to Z in Audio Издательство: Gernsback Library, InkГод: 1961 Формат: pdf Размер: 10,7 Мб Для сайта: www.mirknig.comКнига на английском языке. Энциклопедия аудио аппаратуры от A до Z. an enticing "audio encyclopedia", from A to Z. .com uploading.com eighty five
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Also, you can feel different things from different stages at the same time. Certain stages last longer for some people and shorter for others. It can take weeks, months, or longer to get through the grieving process. If someone close to you has died, chances are your parents or other family grown-ups are also grieving. It can be hard and even scary to see a parent cry, especially if you’ve never seen grown-ups cry before. If you see family grown-ups crying, you can ask if they want a hug. But remember that it’s not your responsibility to take care of your grieving mom or dad.
Instead of thinking about how sad you feel, try thinking of the good times you had together. #6: Switch Your Brain Gears Sometimes when something sad happens, you keep thinking about it over and over. But replaying the event or situation in your mind doesn’t make it better and can actually make it worse. When this happens, you need to find a way to switch your brain gears and think about something else for a while. Counselors sometimes call this “distraction,” and it works for grown-ups, too! Here are some ways you can get your brain to switch gears: Read a book.
That’s where healthy foods come in. Junk foods like chips, donuts, and candy aren’t healthy, so try to avoid snacking on them too often. It’s okay to eat them once in a while, though. If you have questions about eating right, talk to a family grown-up or ask your doctor, teacher, or school nurse for information. Read chapter 8 to learn about problems with food called eating disorders. #5: Focus on the Positive When you’re feeling down in the dumps, it’s easy to see the bad side of things. The good news is that you can train your brain to see the brighter side, to be more positive.