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July 22nd 2015:Change To A Positive Mindset and Extend Your Lifeline

Ann speaks with Edith Namm, MA, CSG, 89-year old author, who introduces us to 11 Winning Ways to positively energize one's brain and body from her recent book "Change To A Positive Mindset And Extend Your Lifeline." Words are the roots of all your thoughts. It takes one word-positive or negative- a fraction of a second to effect your emotional state of well-being and biochemically change your heart rate, blood pressure, breathing and digestion. *Learn the write way to train the brain to drain the pain. *Adopt the ideal ways to boost the immune system. *Hear how doodling 2 dots and a

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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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