Congratulations! You’re pregnant. It’s time to put up your feet, eat anything you crave in any quantity you want, and chill for the next nine and a half months … right?
I don’t think so!
Throughout human history, women have been active all through their pregnancies. We may no longer have to work as hard physically in our everyday lives, but our bodies are still wired to be active—pregnant or not.
You are what you eat, and your baby is what you eat, too. Caving in to every craving for sweets and junk food during pregnancy will, at the very least, probably bring about more weight gain than is ideally healthy and make that hill of losing the baby weight more difficult to climb later on. I’m not trying to stand between you and the occasional Ben & Jerry’s celebration or other small indulgences, but overall, your diet during pregnancy—even pre-conception, when you are preparing for pregnancy— should be nutrient dense (more on this later) and follow sensible guidelines, which I’ll lay out in this chapter.
Pray for us, O Holy Mother of God, that we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ.
Let us pray:
Pour forth, we beseech you, O Lord, your grace into our hearts, that we, to whom the Incarnation of Christ, your Son, was made known by the message of an angel, may by his passion and cross be brought to the glory of his resurrection, through the same Christ our Lord. Amen.
The Guardian Angel Prayer
Angel of God, my guardian dear, to whom God’s love entrusts me here, ever this day be at my side, to light and guard, to rule and guide. Amen.
An abundance of thoughts can be conceived when we dare to be present, listen, and even step into these thoughts, as I aim to show in this chapter. I also show how individuals within the organization think, and how they are affected through an ongoing conversation. Some language expressions and how they influence our thinking are described, and I have chosen texts representing language expressions. I also describe how a written text can be used in different ways: as a way of beginning to talk or to tell a story, as one way to describe the other.
A place for conversation is created
I work in a prison in Kalmar, a city in the southeast of Sweden. The prison has a high security rating and houses sixty inmates who are serving long (twelve-year) or life sentences. Nowadays Kalmar is a drug-free institution, meaning that those placed there are not substance abusers. The prison has a school and a work- shop, where the inmates study or work. There is now an apartment within the facility grounds where the inmates can receive visits from their families and spend a few days together with them. A placement in Kalmar is centrally controlled by KVS (The Board of National Prison and Probation Administration), the highest deciding body for correctional facilities in Sweden. Most of the inmates have gone through a risk-assessment at Kumla Prison, a big institution serving the whole country, prior to their transfer to Kalmar. The assessment yields a psychological classification and diagnosis of the inmates’ capabilities, or, rather, their lack of capabilities. KVS also make reassessments of the inmates regarding decisions about when parole and relocation to lower-security facilities can take place.
Java applet-based slider control for selecting a value from a range of numeric values. cfgrid
Java applet-based grid control for displaying, entering, and editing tabular data. cftree
Java applet-based tree control for displaying and selecting hierarchical data. cfapplet
Allows you to use custom Java controls as if they were native ColdFusion tags.
Version 5.0 of ColdFusion introduced a number of significant architectural, behavioral, functional, and cosmetic changes to the various cfform controls. The most significant change had to do with the architecture of the controls themselves. Different versions of different web browsers each have a different Java Runtime Environment
(JRE), making it impossible to guarantee that the pre–ColdFusion 5.0 applets will run as intended on all browser version/JRE combinations. Because of this, all the
Java applet-based cfform controls (cftextinput, cfgrid, cfslider, and cftree) were rewritten for ColdFusion 5.0 and further enhanced in ColdFusion MX. The new versions of the controls require the Sun Java web browser plugin, which allows the applets to function across the widest possible spectrum of browsers. When a user requests a page containing any of the new applet controls, ColdFusion automatically attempts to send and install the Java plugin if it isn’t already present on the user’s system. Depending on what browser the user has and the version they are running, installation can be completely seamless, or it can require a few additional steps on the part of the user.