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Re: Other Hey, stop telling us to look at your on-line Christmas letter and then "bam boom, nothing is there!" I am crushed. You played the same trick on me last year. :-)
- Friday, December 22, 2006 at 21:23:01 (EST)
Re: MG I have a chance to pick up a MG midget project car san a 6'2" guy get in it
Foxboro, ma usa - Wednesday, December 20, 2006 at 14:28:30 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza Great Site! Very Original!
Illinois - Wednesday, November 29, 2006 at 16:08:28 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza hello from new york pizza to japan pizza
new york - Wednesday, November 08, 2006 at 12:41:13 (EST)
Re: Entire Site Whether tragic events touch your family personally or are brought into your home via newspapers and television, you can help children cope with the anxiety that violence, death, and disasters can cause.
Listening and talking to children about their concerns can reassure them that they will be safe. Start by encouraging them to discuss how they have been affected by what is happening around them. Even young children may have specific questions about tragedies. Children react to stress at their own developmental level.
The Caring for Every Child's Mental Health Campaign offers these pointers for parents and other caregivers:
* Encourage children to ask questions. Listen to what they say. Provide comfort and assurance that address their specific fears. It's okay to admit you can't answer all of their questions.
* Talk on their level. Communicate with your children in a way they can understand. Don't get too technical or complicated.
* Find out what frightens them. Encourage your children to talk about fears they may have. They may worry that someone will harm them at school or that someone will try to hurt you.
* Focus on the positive. Reinforce the fact that most people are kind and caring. Remind your child of the heroic actions taken by ordinary people to help victims of tragedy.
* Pay attention. Your children's play and drawings may give you a glimpse into their questions or concerns. Ask them to tell you what is going on in the game or the picture. It's an opportunity to clarify any misconceptions, answer questions, and give reassurance.
* Develop a plan. Establish a family emergency plan for the future, such as a meeting place where everyone should gather if something unexpected happens in your family or neighborhood. It can help you and your children feel safer.
If you are concerned about your child's reaction to stress or trauma, call your physician or a community mental health center.
USA - Tuesday, October 31, 2006 at 16:19:54 (EST)
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Re: Japanese Pizza I just love it
Via: at humanus
SWEDEN - Wednesday, October 25, 2006 at 07:02:32 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza The pizza is awesome!
miami - Wednesday, October 11, 2006 at 14:05:54 (EST)
Re: Japan by Motorcycle I'll be in japan in November and would like to see motorcycle related sites. museums, shopping any help would be appreciated
Via: google, driving in japan
boston - Saturday, September 30, 2006 at 17:48:46 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza Great pizza page.
Pizza on Earth, Good Will to All. pizzatherapy.com has linked this page.
Hawaii, USA - Saturday, August 26, 2006 at 22:17:15 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza I just want to say that I think pizza should be able to have anything on it. Really, it's just a crust with cheese (or not) and sauce. can't we all be open minded about it? I have made waaaaay weirder pizzas then these, and people love them. Once I made a pizza with a yam-based sauce, and it was amazing!
Via: pretty decent
B.C. - Tuesday, August 15, 2006 at 02:49:43 (EST)
Re: Choi Kwang Do Sounds interesting; I would like more information
Via: TKD magazine
Wheaton, IL - Monday, August 07, 2006 at 00:11:13 (EST)
Re: Japan by Motorcycle I appreciate your travel riding your bike its a long ride, " CONGRATULATION " .I have my hondaspada too but the not in good condition.
Via: explore about honda spada
Philippines - Friday, July 14, 2006 at 11:29:08 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza Cool site
UsA - Monday, May 15, 2006 at 15:55:14 (EST)
Re: Entire Site :) Very nice and informative website. Keep it up.
Bangladesh - Tuesday, May 09, 2006 at 08:46:50 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza um..lol cool site i like to see different stuff and your site was. but it hasn't been updated since 2002 :( and it's 2006 so thats a long time lol
Via: random lol! i looked up on google the "worlds first web page"
australia mate - Monday, March 13, 2006 at 19:35:14 (EST)
Re: someaddr.com I like it!
Icedcon - Sunday, March 12, 2006 at 13:46:48 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza I read your site and was wondering what your total cost was for your whole trip. I plan on doing something like this this summer but of the Aomori prefecture only.
I am stationed at Misawa AB in Aomori Prefecture - Thursday, March 09, 2006 at 21:47:47 (EST)
Re: Japan by Motorcycle Nice travelogue.
Via: I found your site on the Internet as I am planning to do something similar myself soon and was looking for ideas.
Englishman based in Tokyo - Wednesday, March 08, 2006 at 02:45:12 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza Hi -
We developed a Pizza Trivia game that we thought you might like for your website. You can play it here:
rochester, ny - Saturday, March 04, 2006 at 18:04:09 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza Life is many-sided thing. All the earth time we attempt to discover and sometimes it seems to be discovered completely. But short afterward new secrets arise before us, new side has to be revealed. Do you live trying to understand who you are and what you live for?
UA - Saturday, February 25, 2006 at 17:45:29 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza Japanese pizza is the best.
Via: Search Engine
New Jersey - Saturday, February 25, 2006 at 17:17:44 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza gggggggoooood site guy
nigeria - Saturday, February 25, 2006 at 05:55:28 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza I know it's a bit late to post but I just gotta say how much I enjoyed staying here.
US - Sunday, February 19, 2006 at 09:05:33 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza I really enjoyed reading your letter. Having been stationed on Japan (Misawa 1969-1972) and on Guam (Andersen AFB 1984-1985) I can relate. I loved both Japan and Guam, but fell head over heels in love while in Japan. I have been in love with the Japanese ladies every since. I got Guam as the next to last assignment before I retired. Too bad ya'll missed Barney's Beach House. Thanks for memories.
Check out Mijous-Guam.com sometimes. Hafa Adai.
Oldsarge aka Mijou
Via: Looking for Guam and Chamorro items
USA - Thursday, February 16, 2006 at 15:42:43 (EST)
Re: Entire Site a great read and an inspiration. I'll forward it to my riding friends.
Via: surfing , don't remember
Oregon - Wednesday, February 15, 2006 at 03:54:17 (EST)
Re: Scuba Thanks so very much for taking your time to create this very useful and informative site !!
usa - Monday, February 13, 2006 at 11:16:03 (EST)
Re: Entire Site Websites are pretty cool so far.
Via: Looking for background pictures of pizza hut to put on my computer at work
Medicine Hat, Alberta - Thursday, February 09, 2006 at 04:14:41 (EST)
Re: Japan by Motorcycle Nice little motorcycle guide!
Via: quirky japan homepage
uk (living in Hong Kong) - Wednesday, February 01, 2006 at 01:41:19 (EST)
Re: Japan by Motorcycle What a great page!
The trip is very detailed and there are many pics available!
Very nice job!
Via: casually on google
Italy - Wednesday, January 25, 2006 at 11:08:10 (EST)