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Ann Marie (O’Keefe) Burant, age 58, of Stevens Point passed away Tuesday evening, March 6, 2018 at home surrounded by her loving family. Ann fought a two year long battle with ALS.

She was born December 18, 1959 in Stevens Point. The daughter of James and Elizabeth (Gruetzmacher) O’Keefe, Ann graduated from Stevens Point Area Senior High in 1978. She married Michael Burant May 31, 1985. Ann had two children, Ryan and Brittany.

Ann’s true passion in life was her family. She was very involved with her children and grandchildren. She attended almost every activity and sporting event, for both generations, no matter the distance! Ann was the ultimate fan of Brittany’s soccer and Ryan’s football careers. Ann enjoyed tending her many flower gardens throughout the spring, summer,
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and fall as well as watching Packer games in the winter. She lived on a beautiful property in the country where family was always close by.

When Ann accepted a task, she made certain it was completed to the best that it could be. Ann was an active member of each community she resided. This can be seen in her work with Karl Malone and the Utah Jazz, various Chamber of Commerce activities in each city she worked, Portage County Youth Soccer and the inception of the soccer complex in 2003. She also hosted the March of Dimes March for Babies walk in Stevens Point. Ann was a member of the Sacred Heart Rosary Society and a proud supporter of local Knights of Columbus activities. She participated in numerous walking marathons with friends and family including Walk Wisconsin, Rock ‘n’ Roll Nashville Marathon, March of Dimes, and many others.

Ann had an 18 year long career with Shopko. Throughout her growth with the company she was an Area Manager in Janesville, WI and Assistant Manager in both Spokane, WA and Taylorsville, UT. She was a Store Manager in West Jordan, UT and in Sandy, UT. In 1994 Ann came back home to Wisconsin to open a Shopko store in Delavan. In 2000 Ann and family returned to the Stevens Point area and shortly after began managing the Stevens Point Kmart. After 15 years of unprecedented success at Kmart she retired due to her illness.

Ann is survived by her husband Michael Burant; son Ryan (Beth) Wolosek,
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Stevens Point; and daughter Brittany (Earl) Vogt, Fremont. She is also survived by sisters Kathy Ross, Boynton Beach, FL and Mary (Greg) Flees, Stevens Point; brothers John O’Keefe, Madison; Aaron (Lonna) O’Keefe; Matthew O’Keefe; Joshua (Caroline) O’Keefe and brother in law, Michael Mrozek, all of Stevens Point. Ann has three grandchildren: James Faber,
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and Logan and Carter Wolosek. She was preceded in death by her parents, James and Elizabeth (Gruetzmacher) O’Keefe, sister Kristina Mrozek, brother Daniel O’Keefe, brother in law Ron Ross, and nephew Randy Ross.

Friends and family will gather to share memories from 4:00 8:00 PM on Monday at the Shuda Funeral Chapel, 3200 Stanley Street, Stevens Point, WI. A rosary will be prayed at 7:00 PM at the Shuda Funeral Chapel. A Mass of Christian Burial for Ann will be held at 11:00 AM on Tuesday March 13, 2018 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 7375 Church Street, Custer, WI (Polonia);
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Rev. Gregory Michaud to officiate. Burial will immediately follow in the parish cemetery. Visitation will also be held on Tuesday prior to Mass at the church starting at 10:00 AM.

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In an interview on “CBS This Morning,” Curry declined to say much more about Lauer, who was fired in November.

But in response to questions about the reckoning over sexual harassment and abuse, Curry said that “we clearly are waking up to a reality and injustice that has been occurring for some time.” She also described a “climate of verbal harassment” at NBC. Curry left the network in 2015.

“I would be surprised if many women did not understand that there was a climate of verbal harassment that existed,” Curry said. “I think it’d be surprising if someone said that they didn’t see that.”

Representatives for NBC News did not immediately answer a request for comment.

The interview was Curry’s first on television since she left NBC. CBS billed the segment as a chance to ask Curry about Lauer, the MeToo movement and her upcoming PBS series.

Curry was ousted as co host of “Today” in 2012, after just a year. Many observers have long believed that Lauer was involved with the decision.

NBC executives felt that Lauer and Curry lacked chemistry and decided to replace her with Savannah Guthrie, once Lauer renewed his contract. NBC called the change a promotion, and called Curry “global anchor,” but viewers saw through it.

Related: Ann Curry fans see karma in Matt Lauer’s firing

CBS host Gayle King asked Curry about the awkward departure.

“In the court of public opinion, it was viewed that a powerful man, meaning Matt Lauer, derailed your career,” King said. “I’ve always wondered. Your last day was very emotional.”

Curry replied that she was “not going to start crying,” a reference to her teary final moments on the “Today” couch.

“I’m not the one to ask about that,” she added. “I don’t know what was all behind it. I do know that it hurt like hell.”

Related: ‘Today’ executive producer stepping down

Lauer lost his job after an employee filed a complaint about “inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace.” Variety and The New York Times also published articles about allegations against Lauer.

He said he was “embarrassed and ashamed,” but also that some of the allegations were “untrue or mischaracterized.”

Lauer has since been replaced by Hoda Kotb, who has hosted the fourth hour of “Today” for years. She anchors alongside Guthrie, meaning that the show is now led by two women.

“The idea that women are involved speaking to women is actually an overdue idea,” Curry said of that decision. “So absolutely, I think it’s a good idea.”

Curry also talked to People for the magazine’s latest issue. After she lost the “Today” job, she said, she’s “tried to not respond in a knee jerk manner, and I’ve stayed very close to who I am.”
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Not everyone is displeased with A2 martial law. “Keep it up!” an LSA sophomore in today’s Daily letters page urges the AAPD.

“Ann Arbor Police arrested four men after a pizza delivery man was robbed at gunpoint early this morning,” The Ann Arbor News reports. Nice work, AAPD! But wait read on, and you’ll notice that it was actually the U of M police who found the robbers’ car, which led to their capture. Not that most readers will find this story at all. The News, in keeping with their “If it bleeds, it gets buried in the ‘Police Beat’ column” policy, leads with a story about how there are four fewer students in the Ann Arbor Public School District this year than last year.

A letter in the Daily is less than impressed with the tactics of the party patrol: “In its vision statement, the Ann Arbor Police Department claims to adhere to the principles of trust and partnership with the community.

The Daily finally reports on the student who was assaulted last weekend but they bury it in the middle of a story about another attack that occurred in Ann Arbor Monday when a homeless man wielding a knife threatened a student, who managed to escape. After giving a cursory explanation of last weekend’s apparent attempted rape, the reporter gets back to the story about the knife attack with the following near non sequitur: “Although the assailant for the Sunday attack was not identified and was not reported to be homeless, the Monday report surprised many University students and homeless residents.” The entire rest of the article explores “tension” between students and the homeless students are “very concerned with their own little worlds,” one homeless man opines.

The piece concludes with a male university student’s opinion that “Ann Arbor is still a safe place to live.” No female students are quoted on whether they feel safe with a would be rapist wandering the streets.

In a column about the importance of choosing one’s words carefully that appeared in today’s Daily, Aubrey Henretty repeats a tempting but inaccurate canard that the situations in Alanis Morrissette’s song “Ironic” are not actually ironic. But situational irony, usually defined simply as a contrast between expectation and outcome, is a broad enough category to encompass just about everything that happens in the song, at least as far as we can remember.

Ann Arbor real crime watch (from The Ann Arbor News “Police Beat”): a female student walking by Central Campus on Saturday night/Sunday morning was accosted from behind and forced to the ground by an apparent would be rapist, whose attack was stopped by the intervention of a bystander.

The Daily’s latest account of Ann Arbor’s descent into a police state leads with an eyebrow raising but unexplained statement: “the risk and penalty for alcohol related citations are on the rise.” The risk, sure tickets are up 18 percent over last year. But has the penalty that is, the fine actually increased? The article doesn’t say, but if it has, it may provide an explanation for the sudden leap in citations other than the city’s official “nice weather” party (so to speak) line.

We have to take issue with the graphic that accompanies the story, a drawing of an affable frat boy type holding a very open container of beer. Based on some of the reports we’ve been seeing lately, a picture of a person standing on his porch after a party is long over might be more appropriate. The headline is “Drinking becoming more risky”; “Walking down the sidewalk becoming more risky” would probably be just as accurate. We expect the News to take a droll “heh, guess you have to fight for your right to party” attitude, but the Daily might avoid reinforcing the idea of students as good natured but reckless adolescents who need to be kept in line. They do quote Student Legal Services director Doug Lewis, whose advice bears reprinting here:

“Many kids don’t know their rights or the law,” he said. As citizens, students have the right to remain silent and are free from an improper search, he said. “It is not until you do something illegal that the police can stop you.

Perhaps we can judge a culture by the new words it creates.

A letter in today’s Daily further illustrates the lengths to which the “party patrol” will go. So remember, kids, don’t walk while intoxicated better to take the car where you won’t be as easily identified as a student.

Could this whole party patrol thing be an alternate plan implemented after the backlash against the AAPD’s revenue collecting traffic ticket crusade? This is probably as good a time as any to remind everyone that there are U of M students running for City Council.

The Daily exposes the sleazy tactics employed in the AAPD’s new anti party zealotry. A sophomore quoted in the article describes police coming over to his house after a party had ended and giving him the choice between a noise violation or a fire hazard citation, even though the officer had not personally witnessed any noise problems.

Judy McGovern takes on the high tax burden shouldered by the local Habitat for Humanity. “Welcome to Treetown, where even the low income must be at the top of their class,” she writes.
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DALEVILLE, AL (WSFA) 47 dogs were rescued from All Breeds Rescue and Adoption after a fire Tuesday morning. The owner, Jane Clancy, died in the fire trying to save the animals she cared for, according to Daleville Director of Public Safety William Powell. Over 30 animals died in the fire.Clancy gave her life to save the animals and we want to do as much as we can to make sure they can get forever homes,
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said Tiffany Howington, President of Troy Animal Rescue Project.The shelter says for the most part the dogs in their care are doing well, some are shy after dealing with the trauma of the fire.The shelter says four of the dogs they took in required medical attention at Troy Animal Clinic for smoke inhalation and burns. The dogs have since been treated and released. Once the dogs are fully recovered, they be ready for adoption.One major concern for Troy Animal Rescue Project, and other shelters across the Wiregrass who took in surviving animals,
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is having the means to care for the new dogs. The money will go towards medical costs for the will be the major costs we incurring, because of the fire, because all of the records were lost in the fire, said Howington.The dogs rescued will have to get certain vaccinations again because of the lost documentation.If you are interested in donating, you can make a donation to the shelter primary vet clinic at Troy Animal Clinic. The contact number is 334 566 3356. Donations of supplies can be shipped or dropped off at 34 County Road 2266 Brundidge,
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AL 36010.The shelter says some of the puppies were in the process of being adopted before the fire, so they are working to determine where the puppies were supposed to go.Once they finish paper work and vaccinations, the remaining animals will be ready for adoption.The other 27 dogs are being cared for at shelters across the Wiregrass. We working to get updated information on the conditions of those rescued dogs. Check back for updates.The sheriff described the case as one that has left both his staff and this entire southwest Virginia community disturbed.Human trafficking is ‘all around us,’ Tri State group warnsHuman trafficking is ‘all around us,’ Tri State group warnsUpdated: Friday,
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LOWER MACUNGIE TWP., Pa. Anger flared about plans to install artificial turf fields in Lower Macungie Township at Thursday night’s township commissioners meeting.

One resident was not pleased with a commissioner who dismissed her request for information about the project as “just smoke and mirrors.”

Two other commissioners argued about the accuracy of information one of them was offering about the project.

Three of the five commissioners support using $3.3 million in the 2015 township budget to install two synthetic multi purpose athletic fields in Quarry Park.

Commissioners will vote on that budget during their next meeting on Dec. 18.

Commissioner Ron Beitler drew an angry response from Commissioner Brian Higgins when Beitler said: “With Quarry Park,
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we’re locking ourselves into redoing the field in 10 years at a huge capital cost.”

Interrupting him, Higgins said: “Mr. Beitler, I would just caution you to put out actual facts.”

“Let’s just have one at a time,” said Ryan Conrad, president of the five commissioners,
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as he attempted to stop his two colleagues from both talking at once.

The angry outbursts were surprising on a board that usually manages to maintain civility despite differences at least in public.

Beitler also angered Higgins when he said East Penn School District “is doing it right now” on its nine year old artificial turf field “and we’re all paying for it.”

Said Higgins: “I do take offense at people putting things out there as facts that are inaccurate. It’s the responsibility of all of us to educate ourselves properly and to make sure that what we say is accurate.

“To just blatantly say something that is factually incorrect, I have a serious issue with.”

When asked to explain, Higgins told Beitler: “You said we’ll have to replace this field in 10 years and that the school district is doing it right now. Both of those are factually incorrect.

“The school district told us in a meeting that they expect another four to five years out of their current field.”

Said Beitler: “The fact is we are locking ourselves into redoing the field at some point. That is a fact. Whether it’s eight years, 10 years or 15 years, we’re going to have to spend upwards of $1.5 million plus to redo the field.”

When the synthetic fields project for Quarry Park first was presented during the Sept. 18 commissioners meeting,
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consultant James Lynch said synthetic fields must be replaced after 10 to 15 years and that their manufacturers typically offer eight year warranties.

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Floating in large rafts, the stockpile of logs rose and fell, rippling with the waves of the Rideau River. The logs were bound for sharp saw blades, which would slice the raw wood into boards at Brewer Mills. Watching and helping, two boys absorbed the sawmill trade at the side of their Irish immigrant father, Robert Anglin. Later, S. Anglin Co. was a leading local source of fuel for heating and power.

Clearing wilderness land parcels, pioneers chopped down thick forests. Forwarded to the sawmill, the timber was cut and planed into useful lumber and fuel. Open year ’round, the mill at Brewer one monster gang saw with 48 upright saws in the frame, 3 circular saws and one run of stones, wrote William G. Anglin,
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quoting Robert W. Anglin 1859 essay, Family Story. ( from Ireland to Canada, Kingston 1995). worked as toll gate keeper, and then bought his own sawmill in Battersea. In 1863 he took 20 year old Sarah Frances Baker as his bride, and they became the parents of eight children. brother Samuel became his partner at the busy mill. and Samuel sold the Battersea mill after seven years to their cousin William J. Anglin. and S. Anglin Co., they bought a sawmill on Kingston industrial waterfront.

Situated at the mouth of the Cataraqui River at Wellington and Bay streets, mill is fitted up with a surface planer and a planer and matcher, each capable of turning out about 10,000 feet a day with assistance of three men, quoted Anglin from the Kingston Whig Standard, June 5, 1984. A 20 horsepower engine provided the power to operate the machinery,
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including lumber slitting machine sizing lumber, making furring etc. a few years, the company expanded to coal sales for heating business and homes. The coal piled in high stacks on a shoreline lot. Anglin sold an enormous 250,000 tons a year of the soft carbon rock. Serving industry as well as residents, Anglin supplied coal to Queen University, the Kingston Psychiatric Hospital, the paper mill at Strathcona and other large facilities.

The location of Anglin was a boon for shipping and receiving. Supplies of coal arrived by vessel, timber was delivered in large rafts and by ship. Anglin, R. Crawford, Soward Coal and other firms received deliveries of the solid fuel at Kingston. ship these large quantities of coal one can imagine the constant arrival and departure of coal schooners at Kingston many coal docks, writes Henk Wevers in Coal Was King: The Nineteenth Century Kingston Water Works. (Sowards was later purchased by Anglin.) A transportation alternative materialized in 1875 when the Kingston and Pembroke Railroad sliced through the centre of the Anglin property, leaving the mill on the south side of the tracks and offices on the north. constructed a set of row houses on Bay Street;
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his family occupied an end unit in the mid 1870s. The Anglins acquired four lots on the corner of Union and Albert streets in an auction for $830, noted William G. Anglin, a down payment of $83 and nine equal annual payments with interest at 6%. built a spacious three storey brick home for his family at 169 Union Street West. (The residence is still standing.)

Named Hedgewood, the home was appointed with fine furniture and decor. son Bert in Remember. 1870, Samuel Anglin married Harriet Phillips. The Anglins purchased the Meagher house at the corner of Wellington and Barrack streets in 1876 and raised a family of five sons and three daughters. The beautiful stone home cost a pretty penny for the time $1,700. The Anglins lived in their downtown home until Samuel passed away in 1920 and Hallie in 1921.

Astute businessmen, the Anglins incorporated mechanical advancements into the operation. A steam engine controlled by a trained engineer initially powered the milling equipment. As technology advanced, a more compact, cleaner energy source became available. Charles Anglin [son of Samuel] came to the conclusion that the firm should install electric motors to generate power. Mr. Anglin remarked, father was skeptical at first, but he finally said, leave it to you,
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son. However, he liked the change fine, wrote Erma Pense in the Kingston Whig Standard on Feb. 8, 1956. Samuel was also a long term member of the Public School Board. As chairman in 1886, he had the honour of laying the cornerstone of Central Public School on Sydenham Street. A man of faith, Samuel was a member of Sydenham Street Methodist Church, participating as board chairman and treasurer for many years.

In the early 1950s, soft coal was deemed unacceptable as fuel. Again adapting to modernization, Anglin became suppliers of petroleum and heating oil. To meet the needs of local customers with new oil furnaces, the firm built several enormous white storage tanks on their property. Realigning the business to focus only on fuel, Anglin stopped the sale of lumber in 1979.

S. Anglin Co. passed through several family generations until it was sold in 1998 to TriHeat Energy. Renamed TriHeat Anglin Energy Supply, it was located on John Counter Boulevard. Sold again,
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the firm is now under the Rosen Energy Group.

Though the buzzing of Anglin dynamic sawmill no longer echoes, the family name remains a prominent feature on Kingston waterfront with Anglin Bay. Other Anglin branches have left their mark on Kingston as well, such as Cecilia Anglin Millinery Shop, and Lockmaster Robert Anglin home at Kingston Mills all fascinating moments to discover in the future.

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Rev. Ann Bush, Rector of the Anglican parishes of St. James in Port Hill, St. John in Ellerslie and St. Peter in Foxley River, believes she has a God given gift to remember names.

Although she does not profess to have a particularly strong memory, Bush said she acquired the gift when she started work in prison ministry in England.

always hold my hand out and shake their hand and say, is your name? Instinctively, the prisoners would answer with their last name because that how they were addressed. She persist and get their first name.

name would never leave my mind. She believes that had a positive impact on the prisoners she encountered.

When people questioned why she work in a prison environment, Bush said she respond,
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see God hand working every day in the jail. Do you see that where you working? life journey is the focus of her recently published book, Follow One Girl Journey with Christ from Wilderness to Wholeness. She was to be named Catherine Ann, but a mistake was made when her birth was registered, and she became Ann Kathleen.

positive, said Bush of the response to the book since a soft launch at St. James rectory. people have told me they read it twice through, which is very pleasing to hear. official book launch takes place this Tuesday, Jan.

She said her husband urged her to write her story, to inspire other people.

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not written for me; it written, hopefully, for fellow travellers in this world. parish and, once she got started, it took her two years to complete. love fashioning words into something. I think they beautiful. They can carry such power for healing. journey takes her through three continents. She was born in South Africa and moved with her family to Kenya when she was three. She moved alone to England when she was 17 and embarked on a career in aviation.

Gordon Bush soon entered her life, following a chance meeting in an elevator they both served in Heathrow Air Traffic Control Tower and they married six months later.

Having been born into a family that had no faith, Bush says Whispers is about finding faith.

a little girl,
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I sensed a nudging towards going to church, she said. the time I got to 12, and this is where the book starts, really, I had this growing sense that I needed to get inside a church, because that was where I was going to find God. walked a mile and entered the packed cathedral in Nairobi where she knew no one and simply stood, or sat, when everyone else did so.

Despite being punished for having left home on her own,
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she went back the following Sunday.

of the ministers comes to speak to me, and it maybe what some people would say was a prophesy. He told me that he had a sense that God would have a special purpose for me in my life, that God had wanted me to come to this place to get this message from him. she attended smaller churches occasionally in her early teens, it wasn until she made friends in high school with a girl whose family was devoutly Christian, that her spiritual journey accelerated. She was able to get her questions answered by her friend mother.

was a very important piece of what God needed me to learn for later, Bush testifies, acknowledging she encounters in her ministry people at various stages of their faith journey. never forgotten that feeling; it with me all the time. That my greatest wish in ministry,
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to pass that on. Bushes immigrated to Canada in 2001, when Ann became the Anglican Rector in Fort Smith, NWT and Gordon took a job as operations manager with the airline there. He subsequently got promoted to general manager and, in 2011 was ordained a deacon.

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Anger is a powerful emotion and it can be quite alarming to see your child in the throes of rage. However, remember that it completely normal and acceptable for children to feel angry from time to time. Supernanny expert Dr Victoria Samuel gives some tips for how to deal with a very angry child

Why is my child so angry? Anger often relates to a child feeling misunderstood, falsely accused, unfairly treated or insecure. It common for anger to conceal other more vulnerable feelings, and angry outbursts often reflect more than just what has happened in the immediate situation. The analogy of a volcano captures the way in which difficult feelings (frustration, hurt and injustice) can build up inside over time, with pressure accumulating to the point that a minor annoyance can easily trigger your child to and their top 1: Increase Emotional AwarenessTo be able to express emotion, children first need to be aware of their feelings. You can improve your child literacy by beginning to increase the amount you talk about anger and other feelings.

Schedule in relaxing time for yourself on a regular basis. If it difficult to get time alone, club together with other parents and set up a babysitting rota. If you get to recuperate once in a while, it will be much easier for you to respond calmly to your child meltdowns. Calm responses will help contain your child anger whilst angry ones will make your child more enraged.

Remember that the way you manage your own angry feelings will impact on how your little one deals with his.

If your child hears you hurling abuse at the driver that just cut you up, don be surprised if you hear a stream of insults when his sister has grabbed his favourite toy!

If you feeling really wound up, don forget that time out is useful for adults as well. Make sure your child is safe and remove yourself for the situation. it not a big deal, calm down can be counterproductive; your child will be left simmering about both the original source of frustration as well as not being understood.

The secret is to: a) accept and acknowledge your child angry feelings and b) direct her towards an appropriate outlet for expressing her intense emotion. When feelings are accepted, your child will feel more understood, less in need of trying to convince you of their standpoint and therefore calmer. When feelings are expressed, the build of emotion inside is avoided and so explosions become less likely.

Identify and name the feeling that is behind your child rage

Jamie, that made you upset disappointed we have to leave now? understanding by guessing at your child wishes

like it if your brother asked you before borrowing your stuff?

it be great if we could stay longer? appropriate expression of feelings or problem solving

me how you feeling by. using words / drawing a picture / hitting this cushion / ripping up this scrap paper would be a better way to solve this problem? 4: Use Clear and Consistent Consequences To Limit Aggressive BehaviourYour child needs to learn that although anger is ok, aggressive behaviour is not.

Get down to your child level and, using a calm, low but firm tone which indicates displeasure, clearly tell him what he has done wrong. Try not to shout as this suggests you have lost control.
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Having already secured a National Player of the Week honor thus far this season, Angelina College Gilbert Thomas can add another honor to his growing list of achievements. The service tracks junior college players throughout their high school recruiting days and keeps tabs on JUCO players who transfer to the upper levels of collegiate competition,
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as well as chronicling those who advance to the National Basketball Association.

The versatile Thomas currently leads the Roadrunners in both scoring (15.5 points per game) and rebounding (11 rpg), adding 1.3 assists per contest. He scored a season high 30 points on Nov. 18 against Arkansas Baptist just four days after dropping 25 points on the Buffaloes leading to his receiving the NJCAA Division I Player of the Week award for that span. Thomas has notched eight double doubles (scoring,
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rebounding) in his 13 games played.

Thomas is the son of Nakisha Hill.

SFA to face Texas Tech in Dallas to open NCAA tournamentUpdated: Sunday, March 11 2018 9:51 PM EDT2018 03 12 01:51:00 GMTAfter winning three games in three days,
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the Lumberjacks now know who they will play in the NCAA Tournament.

After winning three games in three days, the Lumberjacks now know who they will play in the NCAA Tournament. SFA will learn who they will play during the Selection Show on Sunday.

The SFA Lumberjacks have earned a trip to the NCAA tournament following a 59 55 win over Southeast Louisiana Saturday night. SFA will learn who they will play during the Selection Show on Sunday.

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The Timberwolves’ youngest player and owner of the team’s final shot for years to come (fingers crossed) showed flashes of greatness in his first season. But future Hall of Famer who will help hang banners for years? We’ll see.

Nevertheless, Wiggins joined the company of NBA elite last year when he inked an Adidas shoe deal reportedly worth at least $2 million a year. Yesterday the bazillion dollar footwear maker formally unveiled the latest “AW” sneaker in its Crazylight Boost series.

Arguably the NBA’s swaggiest Canadian, Wiggins’ new kicks with little maple leaf silhouettes were sorta inspired by his draft day getup, which involved a dizzying, floral patterned blazer. For $140, you could have a shoe with 13 percent more of something called Boost technology, which apparently the Rookie of the Year will have, too.

According to CBS Sports, that magical Boost thing helps reduce stress on the body (something about foot energy?), which Wiggy’s oft injured teammates could probably use. Of course we should never mistrust product claims, but among illogical conspiracy theorists Adidas has a reputation for causing injuries. It’s like the Madden curse of footwear.

Elite Daily points to a host of prominent Adidas endorsed athletes, including Minnesota hoops hero Kevin Garnett, who mysteriously went down while rocking the three stripes. An ESPN anchor even suggested that loose looking Adidas contributed to an injury NBA star when healthy Derrick Rose sustained last fall.
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