Judith A Sedgeman published An Explanation of the Obsessive Behavior of a Teenager in Blog 2016-09-09 16:44:22 -0400
An Excerpt From the "Bullying" Session of Telesummit 2015
So when I'm talking to kids I generally don't mention the words Mind, Consciousness and Thought because it sounds too formal and academic to them. And I can just give you one brief example, maybe it would be helpful: that years ago when I was first in West Virginia, a friend of one of the people that worked with me was a health teacher in a high school and she asked me to come and talk to her classes because her friend had started coming to our courses and really liked the whole idea and thought it would help kids.
So I went to this class... I went to this day at the high school and the health teacher was telling me, "oh you know, the first four classes are really great – they're my good kids – and they'll really like what you have to say and I'm sure you'll enjoy it. But," she said, "the last period, fifth period, those are the emotionally troubled kids and they're my problem kids and they don't listen and they're really hard to teach and it's the end of the day and you don't have to stay for that." So of course I couldn't wait for that one! (laughing) because that was going to be the true test of whether I could reach these kids who really needed that help.Read more
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