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2019年12月11日 14:31:12 | 作者:120指南 | 来源:新华社
Hostess: It can be so hard for kids to make friends at school but it is even more challenging if they've been excluded from a clique. And in this morning's Perfect Parenting, we have tips for helping your kids cope. Merry Wallace is a family therapist. Good morning. Merry Wallace: Good morning. Hostess: Why do cliques happen because they begin as early as nursery school? Merry Wallace: What happens is it's naturally for children to form groups because they wanna feel that they belong, that they have an identity. But sometimes the groups can become very exclusionary, they don't want other new members to join in. Hostess: So clique is a bad thing. It's different from something like a group of good friends. Right? Merry Wallace: Yes. We tend to associate it with actively excluding other children, you can't sit at my table in the lunchroom, you can't walk down the hall with me. Hostess: Does it affect girls differently than boys? Merry Wallace: I think that whenever it happens to a child whether you are a boy or a girl, it's very devastating and makes you feel lonely and miserable. Hostess: It's so hard for parents too to see your child in pain but you have some great tips for us. As you say, one of the first things you need to do as a parent is to convey optimism about the situation. How do you do that? Merry Wallace: First of all, you want to reassure your child that your child is fine, there is nothing wrong with the child that sometimes other kids just do this because they wanna feel more important. And if you talk to them about your own experiences, and say "This happened to me and then I found some friends and I got through it". It really gives your child hope. Hostess: So you don't want to put down the kids that are in the clique, in other words, you wanna sort of keep it on the positive note. Right? Merry Wallace: Yes. Because your child wants to be friends with these kids and you don't want to put them down. And in fact later on they may become friends with these children. Hostess: You say it's a great idea to practice role playing. How would you go about doing that? Merry Wallace: Well, you might sit down with your child and make a list of the kinds of phrases that you can use when you are teased. For example, that's rude or I don't like what you are saying. And have your child actually practice saying these things to you? You can pretend you are the teaser. Hostess: OK. So that seems to be very valuable, very practical. But and I love this next tip, you say, encourage different activities, right? Merry Wallace: Sometimes if a child is feeling very lonely because the social situation is not working out well, if you encourage him to join a special interest group, for example, if he likes maths, then he will have the opportunity to meet some friends who have a common interest. Hostess: Yeah. I told that to my daughter, just do something that you enjoy doing and then maybe the friends will evolve out of that. Is that sort of the way you are thinking? Merry Wallace: Absolutely. Because you are gonna focus on the activity and you're gonna have less of the need for these children that you are hungering for. Hostess: Right. That activity might make your child happy in another itself. And you also say you'd be a good role model, right? Merry Wallace: Yes. Because our children learn about social relationships by watching us, so we wanna be respectful to others, we wanna avoid exclusionary behavior ourselves, otherwise our child will model that behavior. Hostess: Right. They don't wanna hear you say you are not gonna invite so and so to this party because of whatever right so? Merry Wallace: Exactly! Hostess: Watch what you are saying, what about, you know, pe(ople), parents who are just so desperate that they might wanna head to school and sort of get to the bottom of the problem? I can't imagine that, that's a good idea, is it? Merry Wallace: Well, it's best to wait a while to see if your child can resolve it, because, sometimes your child can. And then if you feel that it's really not going well, ask your child, as a permission. Say, I need to go, because I need to take care of you. Hostess: Alright what if your child is in sort of the in-crowd, if they may be a leader of a clique, a member of a clique, what sort of messages do you really need to tell your child, about how to behave. Merry Wallace: You wanna tell your child that it's important to be aware of your impacts on others and not to hurt other people, and so you can remind your child of the times that he or she has suffered any kind of social rejection like the time you didn't get an invitation to a party. And remember how you felt about it you don't want to do this to someone else. Hostess: There's a need to be vigilant, even if a child isn't in a clique. Right? (Yes. ) Thank you so much for joining us this morning. Merry Wallace: Oh, it's been a pleasure talking to you. Hostess: We appreciate that.200807/44760Well, are you trying to climb the corporate ladder but you are getting absolutely nowhere?It may not be your fault, or your co-workers' fault, or your bosses' fault, could be your dad, blame him. That man start of it, Dr. Steven Potter is a clinical psychologist and the author of The Father Factor. Dr Potter, how does your dad decide subtly? Would you become in your career?Your dad has a huge influence on what you do, just as your mom has a huge influence. And the Father Factor is looking that element. It seem/you see men are defined about what they do outside the home; Well, typically, women and sons are decide..defined about what they do in the home by their moms. It~the work place has always been a masculine model, it's said that the father factor comes in. What about personal responsibility 'cause I hear, I mean, parents are getting dumped on for everything. My mom screwed me up, my dad screwed me up, bla(h).blah..blah.. And this sounds like more of that. Isn't their personal responsibility that comes in? Can you change? What do you think is your destiny? Absolutely. It~the father factor is about you~what is your legacy. Not at your fingerpoint, but what are you gonna do with your life? This is your baseline, where will you go from here? Got ya. Alright, we've got, er, five different categories of who is your daddy. Let's...well,we will try to figure out. (Thank you very much Martini) So, so let's do this in the lightening round. What's this Super-Achiever Father?Super-Achiever Father is all about a, a parent's productivity, achievement. Type-A dad.Absolutely, Type-A plus. Alright. (and,and would...)The Time-Bomb Father. Er,more wattle, emotional and stable.But we should talk about the impact. The Super-Achiever Father impacts your kid, how? In their driven, excellent work ethics. So they mirror it. Right. Ok. Time-Bomb? Time-Bomb, tends to be more, er,could be addicted to behavior, that type of parenting. And how's that? You can develop anxiety or you can become very productive in the same way. The passive father? The old joke is, is dad asleep on the couch or is he dead?Yeah, and everybody says (but) if you are not as motivated, be have a passive father,you..but maybe motivated for,er...maybe motivated in others. Exactly. And the passive dad showed his love through actions, not through much words. Um-hum, The Absent Father?That's most problematic style. He, many times lived with his kids, but wasn't involved in your life, didn't really know what they are doing. And then the, the one we should probably all wanna be according to my calculation is the Compassionate/Mentor Father. Absolutely. That's the dad that helps his kid find his roadmap where he wants to go. And like you said earlier it's not about blaming, it's about understanding. That's all of my book is about. Understand who your dad is. Alright. So if we wanna be the compassionate mentor father, how do we achieve that or do we have any choice in it?We have a lot of choice. It is all about choices. You don't have to, uh, the key to letting go off blame, and not blaming our dads or our mothers for that fact. (Thank you, hahahaha) In, in, in many times of our career, the glass ceiling isn't so much our careers as is our father factor. And you do believe that fathers play such a dominant role in your twenties when you're getting into your career, that..that's when the relationship could change in really excel and so many times that parents back out think what are my kids' right.Absolutely, in the 20s, F, that, your, your son or your daughter, they really need your kind of stepping and say, "Ok, you are out of college now, you didn't go to college. Where are you going?" Help them their own roadmap. Interesting. So step up to the plate at that(absolutely) point instead of sending them away. You see the bottom-line of the father factor is, most dads tend to step back as your kids get older. It should, should be the universe, move forward, move toward them. Interesting, well, the book is called The Father Factor. How you father's legacy impacts your career. Dr. Steven Potter. Thank you very much. You can also go to the website www. onefatherfactor. com.Thank you very much.Thank youEverytime we say...I owe him some money.Yeah!Alright!It's lovely that you have the same... 200809/49717UN Chief Says Billions Needed to Halt Food Crisis潘基文吁国际社会帮助饥饿人口 The U.N. Secretary-General says between billion and billion is needed each year to boost agricultural production and assist farmers worldwide, in order to curb the growing global food crisis. 联合国秘书长潘基文说,为了遏制日益严重的全球粮食危机,每年需要250亿到400亿美元用于加强农业生产和帮助农民。U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon warned that the combination of rising food and fuel prices threatens to undermine much of the progress made toward achieving the Millennium Development Goals of cutting poverty, hunger and disease in half by 2015. 联合国秘书长潘基文警告说,粮食价格和燃料价格上涨这两个因素加在一起,会使联合国到2015年把贫困、饥饿和疾病减少一半的千年发展目标所取得的大部分进展面临荡然无存的威胁。Mr. Ban told a meeting of the U.N. General Assembly on the global food and energy crisis, that the international community must take steps to ensure that vulnerable populations are not left without help. 潘基文在联合国关于全球粮食和能源危机的会议上说,国际社会必须采取步骤,确保弱势群体不会处于无助的状态。"I urge Members of this Assembly to immediately and substantially scale-up public spending to respond effectively to the pressing needs of the world's hungry people," he said. 潘基文说:“我恳请联大成员国立即切实增加公共开,对世界上饥饿人口的迫切需求作出有效的反应。”He warned that between billion and billion would be needed annually to help farmers and enhance food production around the world. He called on governments, donors, the private sector, civil society and U.N. agencies to work together to meet these costs. 他警告说,全世界每年需要250亿到400亿美元用于帮助农民,并且在全世界范围内增加粮食产量。他呼吁各国政府、捐助机构、私营部门、民间社会和联合国各机构携手合作,提供这笔费用。Mr. Ban said the cost of inaction would be "unacceptably high," warning that over 100 million more people could slide into hunger. He cited other consequences including political instability in the most affected countries, increased migration, higher global inflation and economic stagnation.  潘基文说,无所作为的代价“太高,令人无法接受”。他警告说,有1亿多人可能陷入饥饿。他还列举了其它后果,包括受灾最严重的国家会出现政治不稳定、移民增加、全球通货膨胀上升和经济停滞不前。"If we do not seek lasting solutions now, more children will die each day, more families will go to bed hungry," said Mr. Ban. "The threats left to the next generation will be even greater." 潘基文说:“如果我们现在不寻求持久的解决办法,每天都会有更多的儿童夭折,更多的家庭会饿着肚子上床。留给下一代的威胁会更大。” The U.N. chief said addressing the global food and fuel crisis requires quick action and a long term commitment. 联合国秘书长潘基文说,解决全球粮食和燃料危机需要迅速行动和长期努力。200807/44330

Cut your reporting. Now a lost city under the sea--for centuries the stuff of myth--now, possibly, a reality. An Oceanographer in Japan says he is convinced he's found evidence of an ancient civilization that must have slipped into the ocean thousands of years ago and has released pictures that he thinks proves that. Sally Gould reports.These steps of a submerged ancient city lost thousands of years ago to the Pacific Ocean. At least according to a Japanese Oceanographer, who's spent 2 decades studying the site, alerted by some scuba-diving tourists who noticed the area's rocks were unnaturally smooth and seemed to form a stone staircase. Professor Masaaki Kimura believes the area contains the ruins of a lost city, which would've had a road, a castle, a shrine, statues, even a coliseum.Judging by the design and disposition of the ruins, the city must have looked just like an ancient Roman city, I can envisage that a Triumphal Arch-like statue stood on the left side of the coliseum, and a shrine over the hill. Professor Kimura thinks the city probably sank in an earthquake about 3,000 years ago, and that the myth of the lost continent of Mu and Atlantis, developed out of actual ancient cities like this one. But scientific opinion is divided. Skeptics believe the ruins could be explained by natural phenomena, and point out very few artifacts like weapons, for instance, have been found to prove humans lived among these rocks.When you look at the images, it's very hard not to think that these might have been something man-made, but all the other scientists that've gone to look at this site, can't find any evidence of human habitation. There is no man-made pots, there is no other signs that people lived there. That makes people much more cautious. So the other ideas are possibly that the natural phenomena, either volcanic activity or wave activity or water currents are of eroded features to, to look like this. It is something that I think all of us would,would love to see to be true, and to be fair, many archaeologists would love to stumble on as well. It's one of these things though that extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. But so persistent are these myths of lost sunken cities, speculation has even crossed over to the search for alien life. In the 1960s and 70s, a cottage industry of books emerged, postulating that an ancient civilization could have been, and in fact still be, a base for UFOs.Any chance you reckon on coming across Atlantis and really the amazing lost cities perhaps with aliens that are living inside them or? Be fantastic if we could. That there are examples in South and Latin American jungle I think of, um, of temples that have been discovered ever now and then in the jungle , and simply just a question of people getting to these sites, and finding them. Aliens is a whole different ball game, we'll see.Sally Gould, our Manha(ttan),-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------1.scuba-diving:the sport of swimming under water while breathing through a tube that is connected to a container of air on your back200805/39855

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