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Fort Myers, United States
Jäsen ajankohdasta February, 2009 lähtien
I have a Master’s in Counseling and a Bachelor’s in Psychology with a minor in Journalism. I was a member of my high school and college newspapers. I published research as an undergraduate and had four publishable research papers in graduate school. I have also been proofreading papers since my freshman year of high school. I continue to do that now for students in the colleges and university in my city. I am also currently working on writing my autobiography. I won our district spelling bee in 6th grade and a school-wide spelling bee in 10th grade. I have been freelance writing for 10 years, mostly for local newspapers. I also contribute to a couple of magazines: The Forum and Guideposts. I have been considered a talented writer since middle school and an excellent researcher since college. I rarely received below an “A” on a writing assignment. Former professors have called my writing “insightful” and “a joy to read.” Colleagues have said my writing is “intellectual but easy to understand” and that it “flows smoothly.” Bids and turn-around times will be dependent on the project. Example of SEO article writing: 6 Things Not To Do When Dog Training There is no such thing as a bad dog, only bad training. If you want your dog to do the things you ask of it, avoid these six common mistakes. v Inconsistency. If you do not want your dog to beg at the table, do not give it food one time and then not another time. Be consistent. Do not give your dog food from the table ever. The dog will beg a few times but, when it is not rewarded, it will give up and stop begging. Train your dog to sit or lay down when it is begging and that will further stop the begging behavior. v Repetitive commands. When you want to train your dog to sit, do not continually say sit until your dog sits. Repetitive commands only confuse and frustrate your dog. Say sit once and then show it how to sit and reward the behavior. Do this again until the dog knows how to sit without you showing it and without rewarding the behavior. v Raising Your Tone of Voice. Never yell or scream at your dog when it does not do something you are training it to do. This will only scare your dog and put fear into its head. Use a calm, firm tone of voice when training your dog to do a certain behavior. Your dog is much more apt to respond because it listens to the tone of your voice, not the volume. v Hitting. Never hit your dog with your hand or an implement, such as a rolled up newspaper, when your dog does not do as you have trained. Again, this will only scare your dog and make it afraid of your hand or the implement used to hit it with. When your dog does not do as you have trained, use a deeper tone of voice to show dismay. Your dog will respond to the tone of your voice. v Calling Dog for Bad Behavior. If your dog is not doing what you want it to do, do not call your dog by its name to come over to you and then punish it. This will make your dog not want to come to you when called. If you are calling your dog by name, it should be to reward it in some way. v Pushing Dog’s Nose Into Messes. If your dog urinates or defecates in the wrong place, do not push its nose into it. This can cause even worse behaviors. Try to provide frequent opportunities for your dog to go outside. If your dog does do something where it has not been trained to, deepen the tone of your voice when you say “no.” By avoiding these common mistakes when training your dog, you and your dog will be happier. You will also have less problems training your dog and there will be fewer unwanted behaviors that may, inadvertently, been trained.
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