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'Guess that smell': Matching activity with visual supports

As you might already know if you follow this blog, Penguin is pretty much non-verbal, or minimally verbal, or pre-verbal, depending on which term you prefer to use. 397 more words

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How To Improve Your Sense of Smell

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This week I want to talk a bit more about senses, in particular the sense of smell, and how we can improve ours. 933 more words

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Smelling Your Partner's Clothes Can Decrease Stress Level, Study Says

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CBS Local — If you find that the pressures of everyday life are mounting and your partner’s not around to comfort you, rifling through their clothes and taking a whiff might be just what you need to help you relax, according to a recently published study. 362 more words

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Encephalitis - Time to Make Some Sense

– Encephalitis – Time to Make Some Sense –

Before continuing my story on the brain-affected illness called encephalitis that hit me hard in my early twenties, some twenty-eight years ago, I want to give a brief overview of what I have covered in my posts thus far. 604 more words

Smelling Your Lover's Shirt May Make You Less Stressed

A new study lends some scientific backing to anyone who’s ever worn their partner’s shirt or slept on their side of the bed when they weren’t around: According to… 640 more words

Bone Broth: excellent for digestion

We bought half a cow, and I requested the bones for broth. At the time I didn’t want to be wasteful and vaguely knew it was good for us, but now I understand how great. 384 more words

Health

Writing Tip -- Writing with Senses

Cyle Young’s article on how to write using the sense of smell has a great exercise to practice this type of description.

Writing about smell might be the most difficult sense for me. 452 more words

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