Neville promises of life
Gary Neville has extended his contract with Manchester United, with one year extension that will keep her at Old Trafford until the end of the 2010-11 season.
Neville has been submitted for his team 27 times this season and very respected and loved by fans of Manchester United and the technical team. He has been in Manchester all his career since he debuted in 1994 and has been the first choice back since.
Neville's career was endangered in 2007, when he suffered an ankle injury against Bolton, but rehabilitation efforts have revived the game from one of the oldest players on the Manchester United and one of the most respected by their peers.
This season, however, the arrival of young Brazilian Rafael Da Silva Neville has had to fight for his position, especially as his pace and skills passed down through the age-range. Neville however, has been addressed in big games his team against the likes of Chelsea and Liverpool and has played and excelled in almost every game in the Champions League, a competition that requires a lot of experience.
The talk is that abound Neville, with his impressive performances, shock may Fabio Capello calls for World Cup selection to replace Glen Johnson English on the right side.
Gary Neville joins a small coterie of fans United in the names of Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes in the promise of its future to the delight of Sir Alex Ferguson. "He deserves it," said Mr..
Best parents - Speaking the language of love child
Parents are the best ... fluency in the language of love for each child. Huh? Let me explain what I mean. I have been a big fan of Gary Chapman "5 Love Languages" series of books for years. His most famous was created for couples. But it also has "The 5 love languages of children." I have personally applied his extensive information much time with my own family and the teaching of these methods for couples and families with whom they work. I have seen complete rotations occur when these ideas are understood and applied correctly.
Here is a brief synopsis of the theory. We all have specific ways in which we experience the love of the majority. Because that's the way that makes sense for us, we automatically assume that everyone experiences the same way. Chapman found (through a lot of research) is that there are actually five main forms (or as he calls them languages) to experience love. Most people fall into one of five categories.
What are the 5 languages? Glad you asked:
· Quality of time - one at a time focusing relate to them
• physical touch - hugs, pats, hugs, even sitting close
· Words of Affirmation - praise, encouragement, recognition
· Gifts - taking the time to think of something special for them - $ is the question
· The acts of service - taking the time to do things for them
See yourself in any of those? I have not space here to elaborate on the complexities of each, but you get the idea. I recommend the book for more information!
When we try to show our children the love in the way that works for us (our language), you can not meet their needs because we are talking about a "foreign language" for them. Once you are able to identify the language of love for each child, then you can meet them where they are and develop a much stronger relationship with them.
Let me give you a practical example: My main language is personal love physical contact. Someone sitting nearby with his hand or read me makes me feel loved. My child is a child quality time from start to finish. He humor and let me snuggle with him for a while, and then, invariably, "So, what do you do now Mum?" I'm not going to meet your needs snuggled on the couch watching TV with him. He needs to look at it and do something interactive with him.
I thought he was a kid, if I did not time for him, his behavior would deteriorate. There was action - causing me some time ago by him (although it was negative) for you to get the needs met. The same is true for their children. Once you start speaking their language fluently love things calm because his need for love is being fulfilled!
So experience this month! Think about the five love languages and each child. What is your love language? Spend some time trying to learn some key "phrases" that will soon become a better parent.