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March 28th 2012:Smile Power: An Interview with Edith Namm

Words are the roots for all your thoughts. What you think affects what you believe. What you believe affects your attitude. Your attitude influences how you act. How you act influences your relationships with others. Words generate positive or negative emotional energy. It takes one word -- positive or negative -- a fraction of a second to affect your emotional state of well-being and bio-chemically change your heart rate, blood pressure, breathing and digestion. Regardless of your age, gender or economic background, your journey to Positive Energy Power, Hope, Health and Happiness can show yo

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Edith Namm

Edith Namm, is an 89 old faculty Member at Brooklyn College, Institute for Retirees in Pursuit of Education in Brooklyn, New York, Founder and Director of Share-a-smile-ambassadors. A handwriting analyst specializing in the basic concepts of handwriting analysis that show a teacher and parent how to identify the signs of fear,anger and depression in a child's handwriting. The "write" way to accurately evaluate and monitor a child's emotional growth and energy level.Introducing Positive Energy Power (PEP) Aerobics-hand written exercises that can empower children to feel self-confident and increase their smile mileage. Edith can be reached at 718-338-2428.
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