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Smile is the best communication

Manecke Smile and Succeed for TeensAccording to a new study researchers found that when mothers look at their babies it activates certain parts of the brain known to be activated by other positive acts such as finding food or a mate.  Researchers call this an “evolutionary survival” effect. Most mothers admit that seeing their smiling babies has an addictive effect on them.  They want to see it over and over again because it makes them happy.

It’s great that science can prove this connection between happy motherhood and smiling babies. Smiles are important to every age though.

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Ageless esteem

When I think about esteem in our daily life I don’t distinguish between esteem given toward children and toward adults.

Esteem is ageless.  This means that given esteem doesn’t depend on the age of the person getting it.

Esteem isn’t given for certain actions or outer behaviors. That’s why little children can get the same esteem as older people.

Children, teens, adults and elderly – everybody deserves to get genuine esteem.