Meet Michael D LeFevre: Author, Blogger and Teacher!

From Living a Beautiful Life

Living a Beautiful Life

Pull up a chair beautiful people and join us for a chat with the illustrious 80smetalman!

Michael, you’ve written two books (Rock and Roll Children followed by He Was Weird) and have a third in progress. The subject matters are distinct. Do you write what you’re most passionate about or does something else motivate you?

The first two books were definitely born out of passion. When I wrote Rock and Roll Children, I wanted people to know that the 1980s was the golden age of heavy metal. He Was Weird was inspired by the three years of bullying hell I suffered between the ages of 10 and 13. The new book is inspired by perceptions of law and crime in the media.

How long did you spend researching before writing Rock and Roll Children?

I wrote from my own memories and experiences. However, I wanted…

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How to Help Your Children Become Responsible and Community-Focused

from When Women Inspire

When Women Inspire

Parents want their kids to grow up with the right priorities and values, and that’s a good thing. One of the most important things of all to many people is a sense of community and collaboration. Getting along with the people around you is good and positive, and it’s something to try to instill in your children too. You’ll want them to be a part of the community and to enjoy their role in it, so how can you make that happen?

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Faraway. Yet So Near. Yet So Far.

Brain Development in Children

from Medicine for All

MEDICINE FOR ALL

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Early childhood is the most and rapid period of development in a human life. The years from conceptions through birth to eight years of age critical to the complete and healty cognitive, emotional and physical growth of children.

A Child’s brain develops in response to both genes and the environtment. It is the interaction between the genes and the environtment that really shape the developing brain, a dance between biology and experience.While the gene provide the initial map for development, it is the experiences and relationships babies and children have every day that literally shape their brains. Families have an extremely important ongoing influence on children’s development. The community and service environtments in which children and families interact also play a key role in supporting optimal development.

The rapid development of children’s brains begin in the prenatal stage and continous after birth. Although cell formation is virtually complete before birth…

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