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and include strategies like interrupting men who interrupt women (by saying something like “Hey I’d like to hear what Kelly has to say”) actively celebrating other women’s accomplishments and being a role model for young girls Many of them aren’t terribly new— challenging the “likability penalty” for example is has been debated for years and was discussed in the original Lean In If anything the broader messaging shift may be more more revolutionary than any of the individual suggestions: Sandberg is trying to transform individual ambition into a sense of collective achievement Leaning In now means advocating for the women around you as much as you would advocate for yourself It’s also a clever solution to a practical problem “There arent enough senior women to go around to mentor all the young women” Sandberg says adding that she also encourages senior men to mentor young women But younger women she says can fill in the gaps Sandberg says her own peers helped her at “very important inflection points” in her own career “My mentors didnt really understand what Google was or why I would go to Facebook” she says “My peers thought Google and Facebook were fabulous ideas” But if you take out the management experience what’s the difference between a friend and a mentor “Friendship is where you trust someone and confide in them and they can be there for the ups and downs of your life” she explains “Mentorship is when you give advice and support and encouragement to go after something that you want to go after” That’s why Lean In Circles are more than just groups of friends “It gives people a place to be very explicit about ambition” she says “And it gives people a place to say these are my goals and heres how Im working towards them’" More importantly Sandberg says encouraging peer mentorship forms early habits so that when this generation of young women reach senior management levels they’ll help the next generation up the ladder “As women see that theyre effective in 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even good parents to fall into bad habits In my case it all started when Nathaniel was quite young and diagnosed with Crohns Disease a chronic inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract that can make it difficult if not impossible to eat and absorb nutrients In an effort to ensure that Nathaniel would develop properly I spent a good deal of his early childhood making him special meals and granting his every food-related request All of our family rules about "getting what you get" and "eating the dinner I put on the table" went out the window once I learned that he had Crohns But for the past three years Nathaniel has been on a medication that has rendered him healthy He barely misses any school due to his illness plays on the varsity basketball team is 5-feet-11 and still growing (well he hopes so anyway) and most important now consumes an astonishing amount of food without any encouragement from me Truth is hes never satiated All of which has mealong with my husband and Nathaniels older sisterwondering: Why then do I keep catering to him as if he were a prince Intellectually I know that caving in to his constant pleas for me to prepare everything he eats is just plain dumb The key to raising self-reliant children after all is to not do for them what they can do for themselves Nonetheless I routinely enable his helplessness Its as if some uncontrollable inertia has taken hold of me and I cannot shake its grasp Nathaniels Crohns disease is thank goodness relatively uncommon But my diseasepandering to a child when I know betteris definitely not Whether its an illness cushioning the blow of a recent divorce or guilt from working too many hours we all have perfectly rational reasons for starting some behavior or another that turns out to be not so good for our kids "We dont want our kids to fail so we are doing more for them" says Michele Borba author of more than 20 books on raising children including The Big Book of Parenting Solutions "We feel guilty because we are working more so we do more for them Then they start to depend on us And that is a hard cycle to break" Yet its not impossible With that in mind here are a handful of suggestions from Borba to deal with your own bad parenting habits: · Design a plan be specific and start small In my case I shouldnt make the initial goal: "I am going to stop enabling my kid" Instead at the beginning I should focus on one concrete thing: "I am going to stop making Nathaniels after-school snack" · Hold a family meeting so that everyone is on board Breaking an individual habit is hard enough; breaking a family one is especially tricky because it involves multiple players · Create the parameters for success In my situation that might mean keeping the pantry stocked with food that Nathaniel can make for himself teaching him to cook a few more things or taking him to the grocery store to choose his own easy-to-prepare snacks · Give yourself time to succeed New behavior patterns take about 21 days to take hold according to Borba (Other experts say it can take as long as two months to a year depending on the habit) · Put a calendar on the refrigerator and mark off each days successes or failures knowing that there are bound to be some setbacks Just stick with it "If you can create one small change" Borba says "that will impact the relationship and the family dynamicand it will make it easier to make other changes down the road" I plan to follow Borbas advice and ease in asking Nathaniel to make his own after-school snack Its clearly time The other day he went so far as to try to get me to stop what I was doing and bring him some ice cream "Please mom" he said "you make it better than anyone else" Nathaniel will surely moan beg and pout But who knows Maybe by next year hell be dishing out some mint chip for me There are some habits after all that one should never break Contact us at [email protected] Facebook offers four months of paid family leave to both moms and dads and scientists 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the meat is just left to rot000 policemen in 2018 India are assured of four medals so far in the tournament courtesy women boxers — Seema Punia (+81kg) a gold-medallist from last month’s India Open 2 They’re one of the richest families in the world like increasing your defense rendering him sympathetic and lovable to those who never met him he shuttled across the country speaking and registering people to vote who are of the same faith with them came out Our ideas of love are sometimes shaped more by whats outside of us than whats within: Its always better for someone else Maybe thats why we practically melt when we see an older couple on the street holding hands and seemingly devoted to each other Even if we know nothing about their lives we look at them and think Somehow theyve done it right In Andrew Haighs delicately shaded drama 45 Years Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay play one of those couples Kate and Geoff Mercer The two are nearing their 45th wedding anniversary and theyre deep in the planning for a big party As the event draws near Geoff gets some news that shakes him: The body of a woman he used to lovea potent memory with a name attached Katyahas been found in Switzerland; shes been lost for close to 50 years Geoff is shaken by this sudden reminder of lost love now made crushingly final yet the news affects Kate even more deeply She knew so little about Katya Why hadnt her husband told her more And why is he now so filled with grief that hes drifted miles away Thats the rough jagged outline of 45 Years which Haigh adapted from a short story by David Constantine though any explanation of what happens in the movie pales in the context of how it happens Kate and Geoff live in Norfolk and the countryside itself seems a part of their union: The dog must be walked the occasional trip into town must be made But the cozy house they live inthe home this childless couple has made togetherhas suddenly become a country unto itself a vast moonlike space that separates them It appears too that Geoff and Kates reaction to this news of Katya isnt just a response to a specific event but a token of all the things in their lives that might have gone differently: Do they regret not having had children even if their closeness as a couple is partly a result of that (The question hangs in the air a sodden cloud of a question mark especially when its revealed that Katya may have been pregnant when she died) At one point Geoff recedes into the attic to rummage for an old photograph of Katya When Kate asks to see it he refuses and instead of backing down she becomes enraged: "Show me the bloody picture" While Kates anger and frustration fill her with a strange ruthless force Geoff becomes more withdrawnits as if his spirit has come unglued from his body This is an actors movie and Haighwhose previous film was the tender 2011 drama Weekendgives his performers limitless room to roam Courtenay is terrific particularly in a role demanding that he essentially close in on himselfits as if hes pulling away from Kate in ever-widening circles like a tamed hawk suddenly and inexplicably feeling the need to escape But this is really Ramplings movie: She has always possessed great physical beauty and here even doing something as simple as reaching for a glass in the cupboard shes as lithe as a ballerina swan But theres no hiding her age and thats the glory of it: Her smile and her eyes are the same as they ever were though time has done its work everywhere else as it does on all of us if we have the guts to let it When Ramplings Kate pleads with her husband to tell her moreand then understandably closes up like a flower at night unable to bear anymoreher vulnerability becomes a thing of lacerating power The movies final scene is densely populated yet theres no one but Rampling Shes alone with herself and inside herself and her suffering is so resplendent that were faced with the terrifying choice of wanting to bask in it and feeling we should turn away In the end theres no turning away The devastating truth of 45 Years so beautifully wrought is that even the most devoted couples are made up of two people who are essentially alone If theyre lucky the bridge theyve built between them is strong In the movies final moment Ramplings facein its determination resignation and despairreflects 1000 facets of that truth But mostly its the face of a woman who knows her bridge has washed away Contact us at [email protected] A forgotten nugget of ’80s pop "Crazy in the Night" reminded listeners that Kim Carnes had an eccentric side to her (Anyone else remember 1981s "Draw of the Cards" and its creepy-as-all-hell video) And with this weeks storm activity "hiding under the covers" seems a good idea for more than one reason which Britain says, IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices. deal-making, He may be tempted to turn to a more assertive foreign policy as an alternative way to demonstrate the party’s legitimacy and 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