Youare not effectively dealing with the issues at hand.

Perhaps you need to let go of the past and stop holding onto what was and concentrate on what is.

You are being honored and recognized.

The TPSP can be used to design or enhance your G/T programming, and resources can be incorporated into any existing class. At the exit level, course credit may be earned for independent studies conducted in state-approved courses.

Or the pie indicates sharing and getting your fairshare, as in your "piece of the pie".

Youare feeling used and manipulated.

The goal of the TPSP is to provide resources for G/T teachers and students that allow students to create professional quality work in alignment with the .

Alternatively, the pig may represent gluttony, opulence and overindulgence.

Sopher BL, Thomas PS Jr, LaFevre-Bernt MA,Holm IE, Wilke SA, Ware CB, Jin LW, Libby RT, Ellerby LM and LaSpada AR: Androgen receptor YAC transgenic mice recapitulate SBMAmotor neuronopathy and implicate VEGF164 in the motor neurondegeneration. Neuron. 41:687–699. 2004. : :

You need to organize and sort out some life issues so you canprogress forward.


Consider thefeel, the appearance, and the coloring of the place.

Potential therapeutic strategies have beeninvestigated for the treatment of patients following TBI (). It has previously been established thatthe multifaceted derangements of cell function and correspondingcell death after TBI were the most important events that resultedin cognitive and emotional disabilities (). Previous research has focused on theclinical treatment to restrain these derangements and improvecognitive and motor recovery ().Additionally, an increasing number of studies have investigated thepotential therapeutic applications of lactate (), progesterone (,), ginsengextract () and resveratrol(). Although various approacheshave been established to protect neurons and improve the cognitiveand motor recovery (), the adverseeffects and complicated purification techniques have restricted theclinic application of these techniques to date ().

You are unwilling to change and evolve with the times.

These approaches have only been demonstrated toimprove the neurons that remain following TBI. Therefore,successful restoration of the injured brain must be accompanied bythe regeneration or transplantation of neural cells. Previousstudies have suggested that genetically engineered cells, includingbrain tissue, embryonic stem cells, adult stem cells and neuralstem cells, are capable of integrating and differentiating torestore brain function (–). More recently, neural stem cells havebeen investigated and the results demonstrated that these cellssurvived and grafted into the host architecture followingtransplantation into newborn or adult mice or rat brains, and werecapable of differentiating into neurons and glia lineages,replacing lost neural cells, improving clinical outcomes afterexperimental TBI and providing a platform for gene-based therapies(–).

You are not being genuine and true to yourself.

Conversely, another previous study found that stemcells differentiated into neural cells and increased cytokinelevels in host brains (). Thesecontrasting findings question the ability of stem cells to replacethe damaged brain architecture and suggest that the recovery offunction following stem cell transplantation in TBI may beassociated with the cytokine production abilities of neural cells,which differentiate from transplanted stem cells.

Alternatively,playing implies that you are all work and no play.

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) remains one of the mostserious types of neurologic degeneration in humans and thedeleterious effects occur during distinct primary and secondaryperiods (). Primary injury, whichis induced by initial mechanical force trauma, results in thetearing and shrinkage of neural and vascular tissue. Followingprimary injury, the secondary periods are induced by ischemia,edema, ionic imbalances and energy metabolic changes (,) TBIresults in motor and cognitive deficits that may persist for aprolonged period of time after the traumatic event ().