A nationally representative sample of men and women from across the four provinces was asked 'Please tell us how you feel about
the time available to you for completing your tasks?
What's most important is health--and how you feel about
yourself and others.
HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT
THAT.9 Sometimes I like the barre on pointe--but not every day.
(4) It is essential to develop a relationship with the student based on reality--what the student truly thinks and feels, rather than on transference--what the student hopes or thinks we feel about
Travis did eventually pledge Sigma Chi, "and now every fraternity's got, like, at least two gay guys." He revels in the chance to use the fraternal bonds he's formed--and the lingering guilt some feel about
how he was treated--to confront some of his brothers' views about, say, same-sex marriage.
After the patient describes their concerns, ask them how they feel about
"Whether or not your depression affects your relationships with others is dependent on two things: how you feel about
them and how they feel about
you," says New York City clinical social worker Lauren Howard.
In this regard the students came to be aware of and develop cognition regarding knowledge in content, pedagogy, and skill application (Jacobsen, Eggen, Kauchak, 2002) in relation to the context of the teacher-established goal of knowing: how you learn and feel about
learning and pedagogy.
Ask children questions about how they are feeling and say how you feel about
being at camp.
A total of 58 per cent said they would feel about
the same level of safety, while 9percent said they would feel safer.
COACH: How do you feel about
athletes serving as role models for young people?
How do you feel about
your working time is divided among the different things that you usually do on the job.?
"Sexuality refers to the individual's integration of his or her sense of "maleness" or "femaleness." It embodies the totality of how you feel about
your sexual identity, i.e., masculinity or femininity, in relation to and in interaction with others.
But how do Rochelle and Julie feel about
losing the great social lives they had when they were partying?
How do you feel about
the fact that you won't have the opportunity to resolve things with your father?