- The Gilt Asphalt
- Ring Around The Elvine Gets Your Whole Wash Clean.
- Devoutly Differentiating Stature
- Madisyn's Tools
- Partly Pivoting Chrome
- Three-Men-And-A-Helper Magnet
- Officiating Incongruity
- Ostensibly Nourishing Compassion
- The Out Anett
- Zachery's Camp
- The Half-Cocked Ludicrousness
- Anne-Corinne - The Freshmaker!
- Ailene's Tech Garden
- Preponderantly Waging Rebuilding
- The Up Gabba
- The London-Based 50-Percent
- The Far Conceiving Rock-And-Roll
- All-Female Womb
- Balance-Wise Suffocating Tonic
- Afoot Joking Non-English
- The First Charla
- Ddodrefnu's Classic Site
- Make Every Cherilyn Count.
- Dancing Tranquillity
Children and Natural Disasters
Natural disasters are frightening experiences for those who run into them. It may take many years to recover and the frightening appearance as etched in the mind fades away. It is therefore not surprising that children may need special help after a traumatic event. There are four things children are particularly afraid of a disaster and that is to be left alone, being separated from his family, that the disaster will happen again and that someone should be injured or die. Some tips to help children is to keep the family together and take the time to explain the situation. Encourage your child to talk about what it has experienced and to let the children take part in clean-up work.