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UNDHR and ECHR will be discussed. Please come with your understandings, agreements and/or disagreements with these concept documents, as a basis for a truly democratic discussion.
I will also pose a question for our President: If the protection/pathway to integration of Immigrants is a good thing for citizenship in our land, why is it not a good thing to hold our corporate citizens to the same standards?
Negative emotions spill over to relationships with children. Anger in one relationship will be a stimulus for anger and irritability in other close relationships. When parents argue with each other, they are more likely to become angry, irritating or controlling toward their children.
By paying close attention to their parents’ conflict, a son or daughter becomes more sensitive to their parents poor communication techniques toward him or her during disagreements. Teens’ perception of parental unfairness in discipline or logic compounds their anger and frustration when they feel frustrated in not getting their way or feel otherwise mistreated. Teens feel less secure and more anxious when they are aware that their parents aren’t getting along. They fear that one parent will leave the family to avoid the repetitive arguments. They also think friction with their parents is more personally threatening when they see their parents constantly fighting.
High family conflict produces low self-esteem, worries about an uncertain future and poorer coping with stress. Chronic strife increases frustration, anxiety and depression. They may avoid being home, spend more time with their friends or even try using alcohol or drugs to keep from thinking about their quarreling parents. School performance also suffers. Children from high conflict homes have a harder time learning to control their emotions. They are more prone to anger and violence. They may use a high conflict style to resolve problems with their peers, siblings or later in life when they become parents themselves.
Family dynamics become really confused when parents seek allies among their children in the marital disputes.
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On today's show we will emplore the myth that “Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones But Words Will Never Hurt Me” a familiar nursery rhyme sand as little children as we tried to cover up the power that words had upon us. We will look at the energy and power behind spoken words as well as unspoken words. Yes, orm your words to form your world!
Words, disagreements, confrontations, disputes, difference of opinions, lyrics, verses, poetry, speeches, language, dialogues, communications (roads, transportation), discourse, vocalization, discussion, negotiations, verbal, unwritten
Our guest this morning is Patrick Maloney.
A resident of Manhattan Beach, Patrick Maloney opened his own law firm, The Maloney Firm, APC, in the South Bay in 2012, after practicing for over a decade in a downtown Los Angeles firm.
Patrick has successfully represented businesses in employment matters, contract disputes, disagreements among business owners, intellectual property lawsuits and suits involving allegations of anti-competitive conduct.
He graduated with honors from the University of San Diego School of Law in 1998.
In 2012, Patrick received an AV rating from the Martindale Hubble, reflecting that his peers recognize him as having the highest of ethical standards and legal ability.
This morning we’ll be discussing exactly why it’s so important for businesses to have an attorney.
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When people come together with the same mind they get a lot done and unity stands no matter what goes; on they even work out disagreements among themselves. Nothing can stop their goals and today we talk about coming together for a common goal of man kind. Example a good deed, ending war, fand ixing the country's economy. lOOK AT Genesis 11 ;1-7
Join hosts Kevin Hunter and Jeffrey O'Brien as they continue the conversation about Shareholders. This week's episode is about the Deadlock Provision.
A deadlock provision, or deadlock resolution clause, is a contractual clause or series of clauses in a shareholders' agreement or other form of joint ventureagreement which determines how disagreements on key issues are to be resolved in relation to the management of the enterprise.
The main focus of most deadlock provisions are the termination provisions. The principle underlying them is that a successful business enterprise should not be destroyed solely because the two partners are unable to agree on a core issue; the value of the business as a going concern should be preserved, and a fair way should be found to allow one party to bow out with fair recompense for giving up their share in the venture.
The most interesting news in former Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta’s memoir, “Worthy Fights,” concerns his disagreements with the Obama White House over Syria, Iraq and the budget crisis — disagreements that have been outlined in recent interviews and in testimony before Congress.In “Worthy Fights,” Mr. Panetta reminds us that two years ago, he — along with David H. Petraeus, then the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton — supported a plan to arm moderate Syrian rebels. New York Times
Gov. Jindal explained how the chaotic world we live in today is largely a product of President Obama’s disbelief in American exceptionalism, and Obama’s decision to allow American hard power to fall into disrepair was the most dangerous mistake he made.at AEI
Firemedically Speaking host Mike McEvoy speaks with Dr. Deb Funk, a New York Emergency Physician and Director of a flight service and a ground based critical care transport program about, "Specialty Care Transport: When To Say No." Discussion includes scope of practice for paramedics, anticipating patient complications, how to recognize when you're in over your head, role of the service medical director and strategies for resolving conflicts and disagreements about transfers.
Your marriage isn't doomed because you hurt one another, have difficulty communicating or have disagreements over important issues. Couples have been experiencing and solving problems on their own – beginning with Adam and Eve, and continuing to this day. The more experience and maturity a couple develops in a marriage, the more success gained in managing and solving problems. God created us with the ability to successfully manage relationships in a healthy and productive way.
Ask other couples what it took to build a strong and successful marriage. Rest assured that their strong marriages did not develop overnight. They experienced some of the same problems you have. One reason their marriages are strong today is that they were committed to the idea that no matter what obstacles they faced, they would learn to manage their problems and overcome crisis on an ongoing basis.
We believe love is more than a feeling. That the power of love mixed with the creative process is a unstoppable force that could be put to good use. That love is a choice which everyone is capable of expressing honestly and openly true to the heart. We know from our own relationship that experiencing great love allows you to revolutionize almost every aspect of your life....we have been through our own struggles, & know that with love we have overcome many things, thus discovering tools that helped us go on to creating our dreams together.
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We will go over our 5 steps to manifest and our happy place meditation.
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