Tuesday, November 16, 2021

TELL ME Tue, ๐Ÿค— Wk11Ep48S8 ๐ŸŒˆ Gratitude,Gratitud๐Ÿ“š11/16/21๐Ÿ“š"Trey the Chef"✅...


Start a journey with Positive Actions today! Join us daily on PositiveValuesNetwork.com for TELL ME TUESDAY, featuring a story from the KINDNESS COLLECTION and new weekly KINDNESS QUESTION for you to learn more about others in your community! The Positive Action Word of the Week is: Thankful/Gratitude, and in Spanish, Gracias/Gratitud! Positive Actions says that GRATITUDE is "a thankful expression for what a person receives, whether tangible or intangible. With gratitude, we acknowledge the goodness in our lives. Remembering to be thankful helps to stay positive even in the bad in our lives. Gratitude helps us to: ๐Ÿฅฐ feel more positive emotions ๐Ÿค— relish good experiences ๐ŸŽ improves our health and wellness ✅ deal with adversity ๐Ÿ˜Ž build strong relationships Believing in your positive self concept is the basis for positive thoughts that will help us all reach our goals and do Positive Actions! Share with a friend this week's "Kindness Question".... TELL ME ....I AM THANKFUL FOR MY (_______ talent/skill) THAT MAKES ME UNIQUE! And, for more info on this week's KINDNESS COLLECTION Selection: (Book 1 of 4) NEW from the Morgan County Partnership, book series on MENTAL HEALTH in collaboration with the MoCo Interact Club/Positive Partners and Broadcasting Club. Hear 10th grader, Miya Saville, read TREY THE CHEF, by Kira Paris-Moore. A super sweet look at the unique abilities of children with autism. Then, find some PAWsome recipies for kids in the back! "Autism is often stigmatized and looked at as a difficult road for parents and caregivers facing this challenge. However, children with autism have unique gifts and abilities that are often overshadowed by their social deficits. It is important to recognize the gifts in these children and to nurture their strengths. Trey the Chef, offers a unique perspective about my son who lives with autism by telling a story about my son’s interest in cooking that will hopefully inspire people to look at children with autism differently. “Kids have to be exposed to different things in order to develop. A child is not going to find out that he likes to play a musical instrument, if you never exposed him to it…” Temple Grandin."

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