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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Love comes Idler: Ihursdoy, February 10, 1972 THE HWA'.D Family engineer ing must shape up By MAUREEN JAMIKSON Staff Writer Love can only function in a family when the engineering Is in shape, says family therapist Virginia Satir. "When families understand that, they plan in their minds.1' said Miss Sa.tir at a family terapy seminar at the University of Lclhhridgc. Engineering covers such things as trying to plan a meal for a lol of people and finding ways so each person gets consulted frequently, .vhc said. "Families are the most complicated things in the she said, "But I have met thousands of parents and I've never met any rejecting parents." "It's a lack of communication. Communication is giving and receiving and making meaning between two people." EVERYONE IS COMI'LETE "Kids should be taught now to a.sk for what they want instead of being told what they need or should said Miss Satir. But within the family frame, from birth to majority "you're too young irom majority to 45 "you take on re- and from 45 to death, "you're too old to." "If you don't learn to take your rightful place from birth to majority, how can you know how to, when you reacii the asked. And "there is absolutely no reason why people should shrivel before they leave the she said. Their self- worth, not their body, is important. "If you see yourself going downhill, you'll go." "The generation gap has nothing to do with genetics. It's how we look at people. There doesn't have to be a genera- tion gap." Everyone is complete for what be is, at any age, she said. "Can you feel and Ire treated and respond that a complete AM I ANY GOOD? The network of interaction among family member? is lived through communication, according to Miss Satir. When a family has caping difficulties and poor communi- cation, evoiy memlxir has problems, and tiie first to ilo if, treat the coping. Self-worth is almost ahvays in question, .sin; said. "Unawarciiess and lack of knowledge is tiw problem. IL never comes from lack of love or lack of good intentions." STRESS ISN'T HAD "Stress1 by itself is not bad. It's (tow it gets used. When stress is used to define sejf-worth, it's she said. There are four socially-admissible rules for accept my stress, she claimed, and il's not wrong lo use one of them if jcu are aware you are doing it. "When you do it in compulsion, it's said Miss Satir. It is important to "change compulsion to selection, so a person chooses" his own rule. Miss Satir listed the rules as: I) To agree or placate. "To make you like me is n mes- sage against myself. In society it passes for politeness" And it can cause nausea, overeating and other illnesses of lite digestive tract. 21 To disagree. "To throw my weight around'' and tense the body. Society admires this as "standing on your cnvn luo feet." Affected medically are the linings of the body, caus- ing, among oilier things, arthritis. 3) To be super-reasonable, "to use words that have little or nothing to do with the human condition. Getting even by showing how smart you are." This passes for and the juices (saliva, tears, mucous, semen and so oni, dry up. 4) To be irrelevant. To be fluttering, "in constant motion, amounting to distraction. When that happens, I'm not here and you're not here, and the central nervous system gets dizzy from abase." All these are messages that the feeling of worth has been taken away from a person. "Healing must come in changing the communication." she said. All present behavior patterns have been learned. The right kind of communication can make people aware they can change their attitudes by learning new rules CELEBRATES 90TH BIRTHDAY Mr. Lucas Ohlheisef, a resident of Alberta for 66 years recently celebrated Ills 90th birthday at the Edith Cavell Nursing Home. Mr. Ohlheiser has two daughters, seven grandchildren and M 17 great qrandchildren. Heipmq him blow out the candles are, left to right, cge 7, Rodney Bust, 099 5 and Rinotlo Bust, age 3. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes J 11 11 lenaar of oca t m Variety acclaimed at LCI Career Fair GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. nnd Mrs. Nicholas Zuback celebrate their 50th wedding anni- versary on Sunday with a family reception. They are life-long residents of Lethbridge, and have three sons, one serving with the Canadian Air Force as a Lieutenant, the other has been ordained a priest and serves a city parish, ond one daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Zuback also have 12 grandchildren. The reception will be held in St. Peter and St. Paul's parish hall. Bland Photo WHICH OF THESE IS YOU? You have just about everything you need but something is missing your marriage is "all right" but it lacks something you've given all you can to your child- ren but you can't reach them WE CAN HELP YOU WITH SUCH CONCERNS: THE ALBERTA COMMUNITY FOR PERSONAL GROWTH announces GROUPS for PERSONAL MARRIAGE FAMILY ENRICHMENT led by ALAN PARRY, REGISTERED PSYCHOLOGIST An Introduction to personal growth led by Alan Parry, Tues., Feb. 15th 8 p.m. for onyone who would like to ask questions and learn more about us. The evening is Free and involves no commiltment. Let us know if you are coming. ALBERTA COMMUNITY FOR PERSONAL GROWTH 1259 Sth Avenue S. Ipthbridge 327-6681 By MARLE.NE COOKSHAW Staff Writer The Lethbridge Career Fair covered a great variety of fields to arouse the interest of every student. Three career displays of in- terest to many were the home economics field, health careers and the Tollbridge Family Ser- vice exhibit. A film on health careers cov- ered the daily routines and typ- ical situations encountered by nm-ses, doctors, laboratory tech- nicians, dietitians and physio- therapists. The aspect of out- patient care was also dealt with. The variety of careers in this field was stressed, with jobs varying from laundry and cleaning work to the experi- mental aspect of advanced re- search. The family service display provided information on educa- tional reqtiirem e n t s for the work available. Trained people may serve in the correctional or public assistance fields, or enter fields such as counselling, children's aid programs, ther- apy, research or teaching. j interested siudenis can ad- vance further into their studies i and specialize in the many di- versified areas available in these fields. Home economics is not just cooking and sewing, was a slo- gan explained when the num- i her of careers offered was men- tioned. The high school course is a very broad, basic one after which a fair amount of study, interest and work, further pre- pares students for choosing a job._______________________ I Home economics makes a def-1 initc contribution to job oppor-! i tunities such as interior decor- i otor. housekeeping train seamstress, fashion designer, food service, training for insii-' rules for children, the elderly; or the handicapped, reception-; ist training, dry cleaning plants, i hospital work, salesmanship, i commercial demonstration and child care. Tile home economics courses have made a transition from liie learning of technical skills to the development of a basic understanding of homemaking j and its relationship to society. I AJmost all of the post sec- ondary courses needed for ca- i reers in this field are available locally. Lcthbridge Cub and Scout alb held in the Scandinavian Hall annual Valentine tea ar.d bake on Sunday at p.m. Hos- sale will be held on Saturday tesses are Ann Aim. Dollv Belle from p.m. in .South-; Nellie Berry, Hilda Bianchi, minster United Church hall. Asia Csderbcrg, Debbie Chris- 31th St. and 4th Ave. S. Cubs Lianscn and Ingrid Erickson. and Soouts be serving. The Loyal Order of Moose card and darl party will be held on Saturday at B p.m. at the Moose Hall. Moose mem- i Ijers only. The Letbbridge Christian Wo- men's Club and Christian Busi- ness and Professional Women's Club will hold a Men's Nigh! on Saturday at p.m. at Svcn Ericksen's Family Res- Special feature will bo presented by the Alberta Motor A.ssoci a't i o n on travelling. Speaker will be Mr. C. Lappin of Calgary. Heservi! ions by ticket only, call Zi'27 or 328-G5B4. Everyone wel- come. The regular monthly meeting of Vasa Lodge A'o. will be "I hate to lose your business, but all you really need is a pair of manicure scissors and a mirror. The Ladies Auxiliary to FOE No. will hold Ihc regular meeting on Thursday a; 8 p.m. Hostesses as arranged. The Writers Workslnp will meet on Saturday at 2 p.m. a! the home of Mrs. Alberta Wells, 12 St. B. S. Roll call, valentine theme. Every- one welcome. JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, February 10th Sponsored by Ladies' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH KALI CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and is Won Every Thursday 5th-7 No. Jackpot Pol 0' Gold 2Sc PER CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 years not allowed HELP AFFLICTED MONTREAL (CP) A crafts j workshop with room to train I and employ 20 English and j French young people will give mentally handicapped men and women a chance to use their I creative abilities in weaving i and embroidery and earn a liv- ing at the same time. "Because they are naive and so free, they are at times better than other says director Louise Annett. CHILD HEALTH CARE Submissions arc being sought from individuals and associations in Calgary and Southern Alberta In- terested in !he development of programs for children physical, menial and emotional handicaps by an advisory rommilter appointed by the Government of Albcr la. Submissions may presented either in written form or vnrbnlly. Verbal submissions may be present- ed to the following members of the committed Dr. I. R. Burgess, Chairman Mrs. M. Cohen S. Sehti To ntran a meeting placo pleass Calgary 263-0720 local 371 Send wriiicn submissions to Thn Chairman, Advisory Commltteo, Multiple Handicapped Programs, 120 13ih AvonuB S.E., Calgary 21 Ml submissions must be presented before Feb. 29, 1972 BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12lh St. "C" N Fri., Feb. 11th Starts at p.m. Open p.m. 5 Cords for 1.00 4th, 8th and Ga-ncs in 7 Numbers WORTH S20 S150 in 57 Numbers Sorry No One Undpr 16 Years of Age Allowed Ciillhi him ar the office t lo hnu. 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