Sunday, 19 July 2020

Maybe in some ways I did too

Indeed, it was this rejection of European innovations that forced Japan to open trade in 1858, when it saw it could not respond to the deadly destruction from the firing battle guns of ships led by U. Commodore Perry. Today, millions in India don't have electricity, yet those same people have a mobile phone in their pockets. Indians have skipped the innovation of electricity and instead got a mobile, but they still reap the benefits of electricity, as without it the mobile phone they use would not have been made. All the above makes the environmental/geographical theories of historical determinism as explored by Jared Diamond and others, unusable today. If you choose to pump exclusively, work closely with a lactation professional to create a custom plan. Types of Pumps There are three types of pumps available for new mothers these days--hospital grade, personal pumps, and hand pumps. Which type you go for will depend on your needs. Will you be taking it with you to an office? Will you be expressing away from home, or is it mostly for home use? If you don't really know yet, that's fine: in the meantime, you can actually rent hospital grade pumps (the breast shield and tubing will be your own) to help you get established. Another thing to note about pumps: You may be able to work with your insurance provider to cover the cost of the pump. In some cases, they may dictate which pumps they cover. This will certainly make the decision easier for you (by making it for you! Unfortunately, so much of our energy goes into coping with and worrying about our problems that we are left powerless to be, do, and have what we want in life. If you think you can't create what you want, take a look at what you've got. Then take a look at what you believe about what you've got. Look at all the energy you are using to keep things the way they are. Notice that you are arguing in favor of your limitations.

You are arguing in favor of the problem, in favor of no solution, and in favor of those three ideas that drive people crazy: I can't get out of this situation; Those basic ideas proliferate into all kinds of other excuses, such as I don't have the time, it's unrealistic, and on and on. We all think our problems are different. I find in counseling that, invariably, people argue that their problem is unsolvable. They argue about how limited they are and that there's no way out. Occasionally forgets to run an errand Begins to forget important events and appointments Loses sense of time; May forget an event from the distant past May forget more recent events or newly learned information Has serious impairment of short-term memory; When driving, may momentarily forget where to turn; May temporarily become lost more often; Becomes easily disoriented or lost in familiar places, sometimes for hours Jokes about memory loss I'm seething, thinking, Danny will be tired and all wound up. I'll never get him to bathe and get to bed on time. I open the door before they get to it and say, You're late. Jerry explains why they're late, whatever the excuse is. I shoo Danny inside and stand on the porch arguing with Jerry about our visitation schedule.

I'm thinking what an irresponsible, uncaring jerk he is. I have to ask Jerry for money because he's almost always late with child support. I assume that he's going to get mad. He begrudgingly gives me the money and stomps off. I go inside, thinking, This is awful. They are useful in explaining the distant past but as the skipping of the mobile shows, unable to explain the future, which is to be determined by innovations. Likewise Yuval Harari's argument that stories shape history has little use because stories sit in peoples minds unable as of yet to be confirmed by others unlike physical innovations. Just because Amazonian tribes don't know what a computer is or that North Koreans are prevented from using the internet, does not mean the computer or internet do not exist. The recording of history, as we see it, takes a linear path with one innovation following another. REPEATABLE USE For an innovation to mark a time period it must spread, and mostly there is a sub-innovation which helps it do so. The most productive innovations make or influence innovations that people then use repeatedly in each turning point, and which much like a gene spreads and replicates in order to survive. Before we explore further, we have limited space, so we bend to European and American examples where needed as many innovations first spread from these places to the rest of the world. For simplicity dates of the Common Era or AD are not marked, unlike dates before this time which we do mark as BC. Also the symbol c is used to indicate dates which are estimates. Definitely worth looking into. Hospital Grade Pumps There are two main things that distinguish a hospital grade pump from a normal, personal pump: Typically the motor is stronger, and it's packaged in such a way that there isn't cross-contamination between users (it also makes the thing much, much bulkier). Because of a stronger motor--and therefore suction--these are the best option if your baby is struggling to latch after delivery or if you're having early breastfeeding trouble. Personal Pumps

These pumps are similar to the hospital grade ones, but are smaller, lighter, and typically very portable. Some even have battery operation or car chargers, so you wouldn't even need to plug into a wall outlet to use them away from home. These are the most common pumps used and are great for mothers returning to work or traveling, or who just require some degree of flexibility. Because of the structure of these pumps, they cannot be shared between women. What to Look for in a Pump There's little doubt that they want a way out, but usually they are afraid of the way out. They are trapped in their beliefs. It is important that we all challenge constantly the ideas that come into our minds. As we do this, we discover that we are surrounded by relatives, friends, strangers, the media--all of whom are passing on their belief systems. We are all suckers for advice. You will discover that, when you take advice from people, your life usually comes to resemble theirs. How many people take advice about child-rearing from people whose own children are a mess? You can learn from others, but don't take advice from them. If you want to know how to get where you want to go, go talk to someone who is really there already. If you talk to him, he'll tell you how he got there. Worries about memory loss; May have little or no awareness of cognitive problems Source: Editors of Johns Hopkins Health Alerts (2009). Guide to understanding dementia. New York: MediZine.

Men diagnosed as having aMCI know they are having cognitive problems. They've experienced critical incidents and sense that something is no longer right. It could be getting confused or having memory lapses. As one man reported, Well, I've been playing [cards] with a foursome for a number of years. This stinks. I hate him. I look and act angry. Danny is inside, looking scared and sad. I feel guilty for arguing in front of him. I think, I'm a bad mom. I can't manage my life. Step 3: Write Out Your Desired Behavior Next, write out your desired new behavior in that same situation. You need not use the same number of steps or divide them at similar points. We hope our attempt below reveals history in a new light and shows how it's our innovations which best explain our past and future. Turning Point 1 - Innovation of Language Unleashing Thoughts into the World by the Spoken Word: 70,000 BC19 Life Expectancy: 15 - 30 Years20 Repeatable use = Spoken words

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