Elliot Wave Theory, proportional ratio progression.
This doesn't mean Wave B can move further to higher limits, this is just a forecast of the current present circumstances in wich this particular structure is taking place, I do have some support and resistance levels on lower timeframes, but I have always find it more appropriate to be guide by % advancement. (Psycological levels wich include major numer of 0.0000 are important to be aware of since they are consider natural support & resistance limits). The point of having a strategy is not to increase your % of assertiveness or win rate %. It's needed because it keeps you with a solid edge that works for you if you applied rigidly, and keeps you objective in the randomness of the market. Proper risk management, is the determine factor of your growth, with a risk/reward ratio. #weekly#eurusd#currencytrading#economies#trade#technicalanalyst
Ask anyone living with chronic illness the struggles that come with each day. The simplest tasks can be daunting.
After attending a recent collaboration meeting with other fellow IBDers. It became very clear to me that each day we are having to save our own lives. It’s exhausting and isolating.
My new friend @rlblife said it best, “Its like I’m constantly treading water, while people only see my head above it and say you look fine”
Unless you’re fellow #spoonies it can be very hard to grasp the toll it takes to stay above water.
But above all this is what I want people around me to know. #LOVE even deeper for us. May it be the most #unconditionallove you offer. Be patient and kind. Listen intently. Just be the arms that are open in the event we needs to collapse into them. We all need LOVE, we all need support.
So this is my lovely clients hair and the process its been though, the 1st is back in January then 2nd march and 3rd todays, sometimes things dont happen in a day, with time, money and the condition of your hair these things always dictate how far you can go with the process. patience is a virtue. added extensions for thickness and length @zenluxuryextensions @affinageprofessional @lorealpro @thevanityloungehairandbeauty #colourcorrection#blondie#patience#hair#hairextensions#time#beautiful ❤
Please and thank you Jehovah! Be careful following the masses. Don’t get caught up in the Social Media hype everybody looking like something that they are not. PRETENDERS! You never know what a person is going through or doing to get the things they have. Stay in your own lane Jehovah will get you to your destination on the safely and on time. #live#life#motivationalquotes#patience#health
4 Ways to Help Children with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
—————————————————————————— Here is a story about a boy that was in a car accident: “When my son was nine, he was in a car crash. A taxi ran a red light and slammed into the side of his best friend’s father’s car. Thankfully no one died, but there were a few broken bones and concussions. Those healed, but my son’s psychological trauma took a bit more time and effort to treat and heal. He was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder. He couldn’t leave the house after the accident. Seeing a car made it difficult to breathe for him, and getting into one caused a full blown panic attack. Little things became triggers and, suddenly, everything was just too much for him.” I work with clients that have PTSD every single day and it shows up in all shapes, sizes and forms. There are many things that can cause PTSD, even issues that have appeared in a marriage.
Here are a few things you can do to help someone with PTSD.
1- Take your time
Everything doesn’t have to happen at once. In the case of the boy that was in a car accident This boy took his time when he needed it and his mom never rushed him. Sometimes, it would take him an hour to be able to leave the house; other times it would only take a few minutes. When it comes to managing mental illnesses, there shouldn’t be any deadlines. Recovery and treatment needs to happen at a person’s own pace.
2- Little steps first
A house can be built from thousands of bricks, stable and stacked tight and cemented together. What this mom wanted for her son was to have enough bricks to feel secure enough that, in a common fable, a wolf wouldn’t huff and puff and blow it all down. Every little step was a brick. Every brick was important because it helped form the walls of the house. The house was the safe space where things were okay and familiar.
3- Talk about the what and the why
Getting to the root of anxiety is key. Communicating openly and honestly with each other; maybe expressing what makes one scared and why.
4-Come up with contingency plans
Coming up with solutions for what to do yourself when you have a panic attack or feel triggered.