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Some people are busy to explain Ching, who has practiced I ask? If not, then, to explain on what basis?
Asked By bozi zhang,Last Answer By lucy liu At 2011.05,1 Answers

The original may be some difficult for modern man, but I am afraid that is contrary to the translation read it!

Why people have diff. attitude in different work cohort, explain the basis of agreements with examples?
Asked By gfarid1975,Last Answer By FRAGINAL-NOYPI At 2010.03,1 Answers

this is not the assignment by the way

Want explain get sell goods on a commission basis, when to still have
Asked By jessie lake,Last Answer By Adah George At 2011.05,1 Answers

RT. . . . . . . . .

Explain get sell goods on a commission basis, how be operated
Asked By Benjamin Lane,Last Answer By Tommy Fan At 2011.05,1 Answers

That at 0 o'clock explain get sell goods on a commission basis, how do I look for those who be less than commodity

Can anyone explain these people to me?
Asked By leana,Last Answer By Joseph At 2011.03,1 Answers

I need help with my history class who are the helvets(sp)?

Do quiet people have a certain charisma? If so, please explain.?
Asked By Crystal,Last Answer By getfit chick At 2010.10,1 Answers

Please explain the following holidays. How do people celebrate
Asked By Ivy Bush,Last Answer By lisa green At 2011.05,1 Answers

26th Oct. Austria National Holiday (neutrality freedom) 31st Oct. Hallowen'en. World Saving Day01st Nov. All Saints Day02nd Nov. All Souls Day11th Nov. Beginning of Carnival. Martinmas = St.Martin 's Day05th Nov. Bonfire Night, Guy Fawkes DayThanksgiving When Day is over .. how to celebrate the festival in the end .. .. do not be summarized with two words written too full. the best in English ..

Can some of the anti-adoption people explain this please? Open to everyone?
Asked By Snickette,Last Answer By Serenity71 At 2010.06,1 Answers

First off I do not mean anti adoption as a derogatryterm, I simply mean to describe those who are against most adoption practices.

I do not support pre-birth matching, or agencies or anything like that but I do however support adoption where needed and I do support termination of parental rights in cases of abuse or neglect.A lot of the evidence I see stated on this board points out the trauma that exists when babies and biological mothers are separated, which something I used to assume was true.

Then I read about the ways in which adopted children show this trauma-feelings of emptiness, lower academic performance, lower immune systems, an inability to be calmed or comforted, etc etc.

This is where it all breaks down for me simply due to experience. Both my experiences with being adopted and as a foster mother. I never felt empty. I was curious for sure. I never felt loss or grief or trauma. No, it wasn't repressed, I just didn't experience those feelings-not that I'm for a second saying that nobody does.
Also as a foster parent, I've adopted and raised many children who were separated from their mothers, and many at birth. Yet the vast majority of those children didn't want their biological mothers. Literally they would not go to them without a fuss. Including those who had never known abuse or neglect at their hands. They were instantly comforted by me when I picked them up, they had brilliant immune systems and were never sick. Yet within a few hours of separation from me and time with their biological parents they would exhibit signs of stress. I just haven't experienced ANY of the common explainations of trauma caused by adoption. Yet we're constantly told by some people that this WILL happen to ALL adoptees.

My experiences were that many of my foster children bonded to me, especially those who I raised from birth. Many returned home and then began having problems that had never before been evident. And I'm not alone in this. I have a huge network of foster, adoptive and foster/adopt parents that I have discussed this at length with. Most of us have correlating stories and experiences, as do most of our children. I guess what I'm asking is do people truly believe that their experiences will always be true for others? Does all the 'research' in the world really mean more than actual real-life experiences?

Anyway, sorry this is so long but I would be very interested in everyone's opinions and discussions.

Can some of the anti-adoption people explain this please? Open to everyone?
Asked By Snickette,Last Answer By Serenity71 At 2011.04,1 Answers

First off I do not mean anti adoption as a derogatryterm, I simply mean to describe those who are against most adoption practices.

I do not support pre-birth matching, or agencies or anything like that but I do however support adoption where needed and I do support termination of parental rights in cases of abuse or neglect.A lot of the evidence I see stated on this board points out the trauma that exists when babies and biological mothers are separated, which something I used to assume was true.

Then I read about the ways in which adopted children show this trauma-feelings of emptiness, lower academic performance, lower immune systems, an inability to be calmed or comforted, etc etc.

This is where it all breaks down for me simply due to experience. Both my experiences with being adopted and as a foster mother. I never felt empty. I was curious for sure. I never felt loss or grief or trauma. No, it wasn't repressed, I just didn't experience those feelings-not that I'm for a second saying that nobody does.
Also as a foster parent, I've adopted and raised many children who were separated from their mothers, and many at birth. Yet the vast majority of those children didn't want their biological mothers. Literally they would not go to them without a fuss. Including those who had never known abuse or neglect at their hands. They were instantly comforted by me when I picked them up, they had brilliant immune systems and were never sick. Yet within a few hours of separation from me and time with their biological parents they would exhibit signs of stress. I just haven't experienced ANY of the common explainations of trauma caused by adoption. Yet we're constantly told by some people that this WILL happen to ALL adoptees.

My experiences were that many of my foster children bonded to me, especially those who I raised from birth. Many returned home and then began having problems that had never before been evident. And I'm not alone in this. I have a huge network of foster, adoptive and foster/adopt parents that I have discussed this at length with. Most of us have correlating stories and experiences, as do most of our children. I guess what I'm asking is do people truly believe that their experiences will always be true for others? Does all the 'research' in the world really mean more than actual real-life experiences?

Anyway, sorry this is so long but I would be very interested in everyone's opinions and discussions.

I never knew this about horse people, could someone explain nicely??
Asked By Lady Godiva,Last Answer By ~*Twilight Star*~ At 2010.01,1 Answers

i really never knew that there was this BIG of a line in the sand between english and western riding. what is there people on both sides being "mean"/angery at the other side?
i've had my issues with different people over the year, but i never thought it was "because they're ___(fill in the blank,western/english) they're so stuck up/rude/you get the idea."i just thought it was b/c we had a difference of opinion.
if people are really that mean/rude, why am i considering going back to fun shows when i finally get a horse? wouldnt that make it a not so fun show... english riders on one sides, western on other? i thought a fun show was different riders, showing/having fun/hanging out with eachother. . . i dont ask this to start a big mean war, i just wanted to know why i didnt get it.

Please explain to the anti-homeschool people why we give thumbs down.?
Asked By Janis B,Last Answer By Terri At 2009.12,1 Answers

As always, I get my questions from other answers. Someone suggested it is because we are insecure and cannot accept anything opposed to our schooling choice for our children. Please explain why you give thumbs down so that they will understand.

Can angels impersonate people? Does this explain doppelgangers and ghosts?
Asked By yoonuckboy,Last Answer By Byzantino At 2010.09,1 Answers

Seafood issues....... Explain To Me where people get their WEIRD ideas.....?
Asked By PSF11,Last Answer By Stillwaters At 2010.01,1 Answers

As a lifelong resident of the Chesapeake Bay region, I'd never actually heard anyone say they "didn't like seafood" until I was older, got on line and ran into some of you midland folk out there. Saying you "don't like seafood" is as nonsensical as saying you "don't like land food". It's not one thing-- it's an enormously diverse realm of very different foods which have no relation to one another other than they're from underwater. Imagine how absurd it would sound if someone were to say "I hate land food"? Realizing this included beef, chicken, pork, peas, carrots, tomatoes......etc.?

Please attempt to explain to me the concept because it makes no sense as far as I'm concerned. My hunch is it's just lazy thinking and lack of experience.

Do the laws of physics explain why dumb people get rich?
Asked By gumby,Last Answer By eatonwrite aka dryBri At 2010.10,1 Answers

According to my physics book,
power = work / time.

But I've also heard that knowledge is power, and time is money. If I substitute in the equation I get:
knowledge = work / money.

I can rearrange to get:
money = work/knowledge.

Doesn't this mean that people with lower knowledge will make more money, regardless of the work done?

Why is it hard to explain to the family or some people in Philippines that life abroad is not a bed of roses?
Asked By iLOVEfur,Last Answer By rhythm of the falling rain At 2011.03,1 Answers

If you are earning the minimum wage in the country where you are working, it is hard to budget it bcoz the cost of living is very expensive - the food, transportation, clothing, apartment, etc. I know many Filipino working abroad buying 2ndhand clothing for themselves coz can't afford to buy new one but their family is living like a king in Philippines. Their family is buying branded clothing and also with housemaids at home. Don't you think that is not fair?

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