Monthly Archives: October 2015

Nightmare be Gone

Nightmares Be Gone!

As we get closer to Halloween, it’s exciting to plan all the “scary” fun and games. But for some children, this time of year can set off nightmares or make them worse. Here are some tips for helping your child handle nightmares: If they need to talk, let them talk while you just listen. While some believe talking about the dream can make it more vivid, it can also allow a child to realize how unrealistic the dream was so there really is no chance of it actually happening. You will know whether your child needs to talk or prefers not to. After they have talked, subtly change the topic to something fun, such as the vacation you took last summer, or are planning next year.  Favorite objects such as a stuffed toy or a blanket can give a child a sense of security and help ease fears to overcome ...
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Invitation to Rainier Community Cares Open House

I know that  you are a very busy person and the last thing you need to do is commit to be a part of anything. That being said, and if at all possible, I would like to invite you to our coalition  meeting  Wednesday  October 14 @5 pm. We meet at the Rainier food bank.  Our coalition meets  once a month on the second Wednesday and is working to help the children in our community make healthy decisions.  It would be great to have you be apart of what's happening in Rainier.  We will have a short power point presentation that will show who we are and what we do. Some of our current members are Lt, Paul Counts of the Thurston County Sheriff's Office, Randy Schleis -Mayor of Rainier, YMCA - Lacey,  Everett Gage- City Council, Pat Cooley - Valley Heart Assembly of God, Nancy Decker - Rainier Food ...
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October 2015

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