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Synonyms for nurture

Synonyms for nurture

Synonyms for nurture

the properties acquired as a consequence of the way you were treated as a child

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helping someone grow up to be an accepted member of the community

bring up

provide with nourishment

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But a nurtured lead will agree to higher quality materials or larger projects because they feel they know you and believe you are the expert.
Family therapist Howard Glasser, co-author of Transforming the Difficult Child: The Nurtured Heart Approach (Glasser & Easley, 2008a), suggests using a movie analogy to explore the impact of parenting.
The fact that the researchers found a larger hippocampus in the healthy children who were nurtured is striking, Luby said, because the hippocampus is such an important brain structure.
2 : to further the development of <The teacher nurtured the students' creativity.
When the time is right God reveals the memory of the camp environment that nurtured the seeds leading to the desire to pursue ministry as a pastoral vocation.
Lohman's justification for using more proximal aptitudes is also based on the following two assumptions: First, academic abilities are nurtured, rather than innate, and dynamic (developing), rather than static (see Sternberg, 2000, 2003, for a similar position); second, intellectual challenges vary at different stages of academic development, so aptitudes (and inaptitudes) change over time.
The institutions which nurtured my Muslim identity taught me something very different; simply, that Islam is about the oneness of God, the unity of humankind and the responsibility of humans to realize the original intention of the Creator in creation.
On one level, survival entails a loving mutual, cooperative nurturing within the framework of this community; each woman is nurtured by, at the same time that she provides nurturing to, the others.
Imagine a World d Wanted/ Nurtured Children Joe Bernard, director P.
The point being, we want these trees to grow and flourish and be nurtured, just like we want the Cherish the Child campaign and committee to grow and flourish and be nurtured.
But despite those moments when she wavered in her faith, Williams returns again and again to the religious upbringing nurtured by her parents.
What are the skills, aptitudes, and characteristics of citizenship which are to be nurtured by a liberal arts education?
The concept of a giving environment held by the Aka and other foragers reflects the interpersonal trust nurtured in their infants, Hewlett argues.
The hatred between the Serbs and the Kosovar Albanians has been nurtured for centuries, handed down from generation to generation in story and song, too bitter, too old, too deeply embedded to be simply explained.
It's a wonderful image: a twig being nurtured from virtually nothing to this strong, vibrant tree that is not only filled with its own life but provides life and shelter to other creatures.
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