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Thinking In Pictures

Words and Definitions

WordDefinition
caregiver a person who gives help and protection to someone
complete with having or including (something good or desirable)
conference a meeting in which many people gather to talk about ideas or problems
detail a small part of something
earn to get money for work that you have done
enable to give someone or something the ability to do something
equipment tools needed for a special job
get along with to be friendly with
image a mental picture
individual one part of a larger group
influential having the power to cause changes
instantly immediately
interact to talk or do things with other people
involve to include as a part of something
Lecture a talk or speech given to a group to teach them about something
mind the part of a person that thinks, feels, and remembers
talented having a special ability to do something well
therapist a person who helps people deal with mental or emotional problems by talking about them
treatment the way you act toward someone or something
value to believe something is useful or important
visual Relating to seeing or to the eyes
visualize to form a mental picture of someone or something
visual Relating to seeing or to the eyes
visualize to form a mental picture of someone or something
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