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Reparenting Handbook — Thumoslang: The Language for Social Life, Mentoring & Reparenting

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Thumoslang: The Language for Social Life, Mentoring & Reparenting

How to Create a Good Life by Making New Friends Who Truly Love You and Helping Others Win More Victories for Humanity

Nickantony Quach & Alec Mustafayev

also known as

The Reparenting Handbook

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Table of Contents

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  1. P A R T   O N E
  2. Preface
  3. Who Should Read This Handbook?
  4. How to Use This Handbook?
  5. Open Call for Writers
  6. P A R T   T W O
  7. Introduction
  8. Prologue
  9. What is Thumoslang?
  10. What is Reparenting? Who are Reparenters?
  11. How to Reparent Using Thumoslang?
  12. Why Should Everyone Reparent?
  13. Did I Reparent Myself?
  14. What is the Reparenting Project?
  15. What is a Good Life; How to Achieve It?
  16. P A R T   T H R E E
  17. How to Mend a Relationship?
  18. How to Keep Loneliness at Bay in Retirement?
  19. How to Make a Relationship Stronger?
  20. How to Have More Friends?
  21. How to create a second-mind partnership?
  22. How to Align the Resume with a Job Posting?
  23. How Can I Help Reparent Humanity?
  24. How Should I Teach Thumoslang?
  25. Release Notes

 

1 | P A R T   O N E

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This handbook is divided into several main sections as listed below.

In Part 1, according to the section Who Should Read This Handbook? referred to herein as the Audience chapter, you should read this handbook if any of the links it lists applies to you. When you select the applicable link, you will see one of the independent chapters in Part 3.

Because its chapters are independent, readers may not want to read sequentially one after another chapter in Part 3.

 

2 | Preface

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Nickantony Quach, Alec Mustafayev, and their associates call themselves the Quach & Mustafayev Group. QMG is the operator of the YouTube channel Ri4CTV – Rhode Island Foresight Television. Their first video product is the YouTube series NDBaker93 Season 7 aka Thumoslang104, which captures Alec’s first encounter with Thumoslang, the formal vocabulary for social life, mentoring individuals, and reparenting groups. With that experience, he became the first who grew up with Thumoslang since high school. Part of the experience is using the YouTube series Thumoslang101, the first successful demonstration of Thumoslang’s immense power.

Presented by Kindle Vella, Amazon’s platform for the interactive experience of reading serialized stories, their first text product is the octalogy Trek Vella, also known as the Thumoslang Reading Collection on Kindle Vella. The collection’s eight series depict Thumoslang as a systematic yet comprehensive approach to unleashing the power of personal philosophy without generating an unnecessary amount of unwanted drama in life. You can thus reach your ideals, all the milestones most meaningful to your life, at the fastest speed possible. Using Thumoslang’s immense power, you can finally create your ideal self and actualize what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.

To make it easy for many to pass on the idea from Trek Vella, Nick and Alec produced The Thumoslang Manifesto. All are based on the original textbook, the 2017 book Thumos: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration, available in hardcover at Barnes & Noble.

The Reparenting Meetup Group is where people can collaborate on the use and further development of Thumoslang. Their forums are at meetup.com/reparenting/messages/boards.

In an attempt to tie all of the above together on a single page, the author wrote this online book, Thumoslang: The Language for Social Life, Mentoring & Reparenting — How to Create a Good Life by Making New Friends Who Truly Love You and Helping Others Win More Victories for Humanity, also known as The Reparenting Handbook, beneficial to all reparenters and those wanting to become or wishing to have perfect parents.

For ease of access, T3 Directory (Ri4C.com/T3) is a short link to all things Thumoslang; T3 is an internal abbreviation for Thumoslang. Go there to access any of the above.

 

3 | Who Should Read This Handbook?

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You should read this handbook if any of the following links apply to you. Once there at the linked section, click on the link Audience to return here.

What do you want to do with your social life? Do you want to repair it, expand it, make it pay, prevent it from undesirable outcome, orient it in the right direction, or else? Scroll down and select the link most applicable to you now.

Repair
Expansion
Career
Prevention
Orientation
Beyond
Others

If you would like to add a new item to any of the above lists, please contact the author directly; click here for their contact information.

 

4 | How to Use This Handbook?

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This handbook is a ready reference for both learners and teachers of Thumoslang or reparenting. For your information, the link Ri4C.com/RH is a shortcut taking you back to this handbook, The Reparenting Handbook. Its formal presentation is a sequence of chapters on a single web page. The links Previous and Next on chapter menu bars let you go quickly from one to the adjacent chapter.

The author refers to the section “Who Should Read This Handbook?” as the Audience chapter because it uses a list of links to suggest this handbook’s expected audience. When you select one of the links, you will go to the linked chapter. On its menu bar, you will see the menu command Audience, which will return you to the Audience chapter.

Thumoslang speakers and users of Thumoslang are known as reparenters. The first reparenters work with one another as The Reparenting Meetup Group. To meet more people interested in Thumoslang or reparenting, please visit the forums at meetup.com/reparenting/messages/boards.

If you would like to provide constructive feedback on any part of this document, please click here and use our feedback procedure.

If you would like to interact with the authors of this handbook, click here for their contact information.

 

5 | Open Call for Writers

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This section is for writers who might be interested in joining the Writing Department of the Reparenting Project.

If you had a chance to co-author one of the biggest works in non-fiction, would you take it? If you had a chance to become a partner of a startup, would you take it? If you had a chance to change the world, would you take it? What if you could change your world or that of a loved one? What if you could discover the love of your life? These and many other big questions await you in our Writing Department. What if we could, through writing, reparent our humanity?

Our Writing Department started to write this document on the first day of Autumn 2021. If and when you would like to help develop its content further, please contact either Nick or Alec at ri4ctv@gmail.com or via Instagram: @ri4ctv. They would enjoy having more writers joining their team to create serious products for the reparenting of our humanity.

 

6 | P A R T   T W O

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This handbook is divided into several main sections as listed below.

 

7 | Introduction

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The two subject-matters involved with this handbook are reparenting and Thumoslang. The former is the latter’s mission, whereas the latter is the formal vocabulary used as the former’s nomenclature. The Thumoslang Reading Collection on Kindle Vella, affectionately known as the octalogy Trek Vella, explains it all in its eight series on Amazon’s platform for the interactive experience of reading serialized stories. Below are a brief explanation of the two subject-matters.

Thumoslang is the formal vocabulary for social life, mentoring individuals, and reparenting groups; its power is so immense that reparenting humanity is no longer unthinkable. Its mission is social clarity, whereas its objective is people having a matching understanding. You achieved social clarity for a social situation if you understood it entirely. Further elaboration appears in the next chapter.

Reparenting someone is the process of getting that person to adopt Thumoslang as a systematic approach to serious communication in which matching understanding is above all else and gives rise to social clarity, which is imperative for a good life for good to all participants. Further elaboration appears in a later chapter.

This handbook provides a ready reference to reading episodes in the octalogy Trek Vella and related articles elsewhere. The bulk of the learning materials are in Trek Vella; only a minimal amount appears in this document.

 

8 | Prologue

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In this video, posted in late April 2021, Jamie Wheal argued that we’re in the midst of the collapse in meaning. “We’ve had a collapse in traditional organized religion, what you could call kind of Meaning 1.0,” he said. “Organized religion is no longer a place to hang our hats. And at the same time, modern liberalism has also been getting a little creaky. That’s Meaning 2.0.”

His argument leads to the following question. “How do we create liberating structures so that a lot of people all around the world can experiment, innovate and adapt their approaches to finding and restoring meaning, without it coming tops-down?”

“If we want to create Meaning 3.0, which is a blend of traditional religion, and modern liberalism, how do we have the salvation that religion promises and the inclusion that modern liberalism is committed to?” Asked Wheal. “From Meaning 1.0, we need healing, inspiration, and connection. From the modern liberal side, we want this to be open-source. We want anybody to access this; it needs to be scalable, really cheap, or outright free. And then the third is it has to be anti-fragile.”

What is the idea of an anti-fragile solution that digs in and gets more assertive, more rooted, and more effective as things deteriorate around it?

The answer might just be Thumoslang.

Are we ready to win back our minds by showing the individual how to win another victory for our humanity?

 

9 | What is Thumoslang?

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To the 17-year-old Alec Mustafayev, born in 2002, Thumoslang is what gave him the knowledge to ensure that his friend group would not fall apart after graduation. He’s the first who grew up with Thumoslang since high school. The YouTube series NDBaker93 Season 7, aka Thumoslang104, captures Alec’s first encounter with Thumoslang.

To the 20-year-old Jairson Ascencao, born in 1999, Thumoslang gave him the knowledge to mend his years-long strenuous relationship with his mother in only a few weeks. He’s the first who makes money from teaching Thumoslang. The YouTube series Thumoslang102 captures Jairson’s first encounter with Thumoslang.

To the 25-year-old Ifeanyi Onyekaba, born in 1992, Thumoslang showed him which part of his life to focus on first. The YouTube series Thumoslang101 captures Ifeanyi’s first encounter with Thumoslang. The series is the first successful demonstration of Thumoslang. Without the videos, Thumoslang may not take off as quickly as it did.

To the 26-year-old Norman D. Baker, born in 1993, Thumoslang gave him the knowledge to achieve social clarity in his internal dialogues. Ahead of History (S1E7), the seventh reading episode in the Kindle Vella series Thumoslang Stories, recounts Norman’s first encounter with Thumoslang.

As the suffix -lang implies, Thumoslang is a language; more precisely, it is a nomenclature, i.e., a formal vocabulary for the matching of understanding. Further elaboration appears in A New Nomenclature (S4E3) and Objective Data for Subjective Language (S4E9), the third and ninth reading episodes in the Kindle Vella series Thumoslang Philosophy.

Thumoslang’s immense power rests with its countless thumbnail definitions. Each has two parts. The first part of a Thumoslang thumbnail definition uses a Thumoslang term to identify a unique concept. The second part uses a few words to specify the condition when the named concept is at play. For a demonstration in writing, see the Thumoslang Manifesto, produced by Nickantony Quach and Alec Mustafayev.

For a video demonstration of Thumoslang, watch the YouTube series Thumoslang101, Thumoslang102, or NDBaker93 Season 7, aka Thumoslang104. All are produced by the YouTube channel Ri4CTV, affectionately known as Rhode Island Foresight Television.

To a seasoned philosopher, Thumoslang is the formal vocabulary for social life, mentoring individuals, and reparenting groups; its power is so immense that reparenting humanity is no longer unthinkable. Its mission is social clarity, achieved when a social situation is understood entirely, whereas its objective is people having a matching understanding, which is impossible if people had their own personal definitions for words.

Furthermore, Thumoslang is a platform philosophy but without a set of rules. You could falsifiably or objectively compare any pair of philosophies or religions by translating all their rules into Thumoslang. More importantly, anyone could use Thumoslang as a foundation to build a custom philosophy or a personal approach to life. Nickantony Quach and Mark Canny are the first to use Thumoslang as a foundation to create their custom philosophy.

Using Jamie Wheal’s speak, while religions supplied “Meaning 1.0,” technologies brought about “Meaning 2.0.” Thumoslang gives rise to “Meaning 3.0” as it helps members of our humanity deal with problems beyond the reach of both religions and technologies. Thumoslang is how humanists can build a world full of “Meaning 3.0,” explained by the video [Why the world is going crazy–and how to win back our minds | Jamie Wheal | Big Think](v=vqJQvJ7i7Ek).

To give the gift of Thumoslang, use the original textbook; it is the 2017 book Thumos: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration, available in hardcover at Barnes & Noble, written by Nickantony Quach, the original creator of Thumoslang, and Mark Canny. While writing the book, Mark was a student at the University of Rhode Island. They used Thumoslang to create Thumos philosophy without realizing the vocabulary’s immense power; that’s why they did not think of giving it a name and mention it by name in their 2017 book. Mike Vanseveren, Mark’s childhood friend, was the one who first proposed using the term Thumos as part of the book’s title. Adulthood, Love & Collaboration (S2E8), the eighth reading episode in the Kindle Vella series Practical Guide to Thumoslang, explains the book’s title further.

As Thumos philosophy was created in Providence, Rhode Island, it is also called PVD Philosophy. The YouTube series PVD Philosophy offers an introduction to the original textbook. Its second episode, the video [Master of the Sky | PVD Philosophy | S1E2](v=fKdbo2US7q8), presents the first Thumoslang thumbnail definition, which specifies the first of four elements of love as described by Chapter Six in the original textbook.

Until 2017, no philosophies and no religions have ever falsifiably and objectively defined what love is. The original textbook did it in Chapter Six, the first text to present reciprocation as the basic cycle of communication. You should consider the use of reciprocation more frequently than that of reciprocity. They are not the same. Reciprocation Not Reciprocity (S5E3), the third reading episode in the Kindle Vella series Personal Startup Using Thumoslang, compares the two.

Without Chapter Six in the original textbook, which could not exist without Thumoslang, humanists may not be able to build a world full of “Meaning 3.0” quickly. In the text, the four elements of love and four steps of reciprocation are specified using the formal vocabulary. The knowledge from Chapter Six alone can propel your social life onto a much higher orbit with much less unwanted drama for the rest of your life.

To study Thumoslang in-depth, use the original textbook and the octalogy Trek Vella, aka the Thumoslang Reading Collection on Kindle Vella, available in the United States as of 2021 on Amazon’s platform for the interactive experience of reading serialized stories. The octalogy is written by Nickantony Quach and Alec Mustafayev.

To explain Thumoslang to a random person, use the Thumoslang Manifesto. The manifesto, the original textbook, the octalogy Trek Vella, and the YouTube series mentioned above make up the primary teaching material, which is the authoritative source of Thumoslang knowledge.

To increase the productivity of a group’s members, teach them Thumoslang. That is true for a group of any size. To increase the productivity of your students, workers, or citizens, empower them with Thumoslang.

 

10 | What is Reparenting? Who are Reparenters?

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You must not be a professional or licensed therapist to use psychotherapy or psychological methods to help a person change behavior. One such method is reverse psychology, a technique involving the assertion of behavior opposite to the one desired, with the expectation that this approach will encourage the persuasion’s subject to do what is expected. Parents use reverse psychology when they intentionally argue in favor of a decision while secretly wanting their child to endorse the opposite decision. Reverse psychology may imply a clever manipulation of the misbehaving child and nothing more.

Thumoslang’s immense power rests with its counterless thumbnail definitions, each of which specifies only two things: (1) a unique concept and (2) when it is at play. Here is an example. Interfering; that means, preventing completion. This thumbnail definition tells us the following. The concept of interfering is active only when it involves an actor whose action keeps another operational entity from finishing a specific task.

Suppose Noah knows Thumoslang, but Emma does not. One day, Emma is watching TV. Suddenly, Noah sits next to Emma and hugs her. Emma screams and claims that Noah interferes with her watching a program on TV.

“Interfering; that means, preventing completion,” Noah said calmly. “I did not block your view of the TV and prevent you from finish watching the show.”

The more Noah speaks Thumoslang to Emma, the more Emma feels compelled to use more logic and less emotion in her speech. When Emma’s fluency of Thumoslang equals that of Noah’s, they no longer have a mismatch of understanding. Thumoslang thus meets its objective and accomplishes its mission in this case.

Using Thumoslang is, in a sense, an application of psychotherapy. Thumoslang’s countless thumbnail definitions are a set system of terminology for reparenting. Consider the following two thumbnail definitions:

Parenting; that means, designing the basic behavior.

Reparenting; that means, redesigning the basic behavior.

To understand these two thumbnails, you need to have supportive thumbnails spelling out the meaning of designing and behavior. Consider the following supporting thumbnail definitions.

Behavior; that means, social conduct.

Design; that means, deliberate foresight.

To understand the last thumbnail definition, you need to have the following supportive thumbnails spelling out the meaning of deliberate, foresight, and so on.

The more you speak Thumoslang, the more you redesign the basic behavior of people around you. Like our earlier fictional character Emma, your listeners must, in the long run, use more logic and less emotion in their speech to match their understanding with yours. That’s how you can keep unwanted drama to the minimum in life. That’s how you reparent humanity one relationship at a time. It is safe to say that Thumoslang speakers are reparenters.

Thumoslang is a systematic approach to serious communication where matching understanding is not a luxury but an imperative. Systematic; that means, self-serving bias eliminated. Communication is not systematic unless the objective meaning takes precedence over the perceived meaning of any term in focus.

Reparenting someone using Thumoslang is the process of getting that person to adopt Thumoslang as a systematic approach to serious communication in which matching understanding is above all else and gives rise to social clarity, which is imperative for a good life for good to all participants.

 

11 | How to Reparent Using Thumoslang?

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To reparent using Thumoslang, you must first learn how to speak Thumoslang; easier said than done. Nickantony Quach first created Thumoslang in the original textbook, the 2017 book Thumos: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration. Still, he did not mention the vocabulary by name in the book because he did not realize its immense power ahead of publication.

Norman D. Baker, born in 1993, bought the original textbook and studied it off and on for over two years between 2019 and 2021, but he still had a hard time properly discharging Thumoslang’s power. Whenever Norman and Nick used Thumoslang to battle with one another over a complicated topic in their social life, Nick consulted Thumoslang’s database. They usually had a hard time remembering all of the vocabulary’s most frequently used terms.

It took Norman more than a year to internalize Thumoslang because he did not believe in it wholeheartedly during the first year of his Thumoslang journey. He had a good reason not to take Thumoslang seriously; Nick was still developing the vocabulary. Norman often witnessed how Nick originated a new Thumoslang thumbnail definition, usually prompted by an unexpected social situation.

Remember, the original textbook is not the first book of Thumoslang. The first “book” of Thumoslang is the octalogy Trek Vella, also known as the Thumoslang Reading Collection on Kindle Vella, initially written by Nickantony Quach and Alec Mustafayev. The octalogy’s appearance is what made Norman an avid user of Thumoslang.

The suffix -lang gives it away as a language; you cannot read about its vocabulary in a few hours or days and know how to assess its power. To reparent using Thumoslang, you must first attain a level of fluency in Thumoslang. To get started, read The Thumoslang Manifesto. Do not read the sideboard story below before you finish reading the manifesto.

[START OF SIDEBOARD STORY]

Did the manifesto change your worldview several times within a few pages? If your answer is a big YES, you saw a compelling demonstration of Thumoslang’s immense power. In that case, you saw how the manifesto used Thumoslang to reparent you as an individual.

In the coming years, many reparenters will apply Thumoslang to groups, and they all will thereby reparent our humanity.

[END OF SIDEBOARD STORY]

 

12 | Why Should Everyone Reparent?

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Thumoslang’s immense power rests with its countless thumbnail definitions. Each specifies the condition when the defined concept may be active or at play. Here are two examples:

Companionship; that means, shared experience.

Friendship; that means, companionship without judgments.

Your friends are your companions who shared the same experience with you but carry no judgments on how you behave. Armed with these two Thumoslang thumbnail definitions, you can now count the exact number of friends you have. As almost all of your contacts on social media do not share their first-hand experience with you, they do not count as your friends.

One day, when someone complaining about a friendship, you may choose to explain that the grievance is invalid as it involves a phantom friend in a company found only in mind but not in reality.

Thumoslang thumbnail definitions give their user the power to defend their thesis by swiftly substantiating every spoken word with a consequential meaning. Whenever you use Thumoslang, you redesign your listeners’ basic behavior and make them focus on a matching understanding of the central discourse instead of a sideboard argument consequential to none of the participating interlocutors.

If you used Thumoslang to reparent yourself, nearby individuals, and members of organized groups, you exercised Thumoslang’s immense power to show everyone how to love you and others better, how to increase their social skills, and how to win victories for humanity.

 

13 | Did I Reparent Myself?

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Reparenting is not a switch; it’s a process. It takes time to redesign your basic behavior, which is not an action, but the pattern of activities. How could you tell if the process is working for you; did I reparent myself? The following tests should help you answer the question.

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Could you count the exact number of friends you had in the last one or two weeks? Recall the following Thumoslang thumbnail definitions as listed in The Thumoslang Manifesto.

  • Imposing; that means, applying as compulsory.
  • Metrics; that means, standards of measurement.
  • Judgment; that means, imposing metrics.
  • Companionship; that means, shared experience.
  • Friendship; that means, companionship without judgments.

Remember, a friend is someone who shared the same first-hand experience with you but carried no judgments on how you behave. If you couldn’t before, but now you could use the above thumbnail definitions to count the exact number of friends you had in the last one or two weeks, you would have reparented yourself a little.

If necessary, review The Thumoslang Manifesto and read Language of Friendship (S4E7), the seventh episode in the Kindle Vella series Thumoslang Philosophy.

[END OF TEST #1]

[START OF TEST #2]

Could you count the exact number of relations you had in the last one or two days? List all relations you believe you had in the previous one or two days. Tag each item on the list with the same purpose shared by all participants in the relation. Ask the following question for each item on the list. Did all participants carry the same role in the relation? Consider the following thumbnail definitions:

  • Involvement; that means, causing inclusion.
  • Relation; that means, purposeful involvement.
  • Service; that means, deliberate assistance.

If you did not share the same purpose with others in an activity, it’s a service, not a relation. If necessary, review The Thumoslang Manifesto and read Relation Over Service (S2E5), the fifth episode in the Kindle Vella series Practical Guide to Thumoslang.

[END OF TEST #2]

Earlier reparenters and pioneers in reparenting using Thumoslang should develop a library of reparenting tests such as those presented above. Later users of Thumoslang will then be able to profit from such tests and use them to ensure that they are on the right track towards a good life.

 

14 | What is the Reparenting Project?

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Nickantony Quach, Alec Mustafayev, and their associates call themselves the Quach & Mustafayev Group (QMG). QMG operates the YouTube channel Ri4CTV, the Instagram channel @Ri4CTV, and The Reparenting Meetup Group (TRMG), whose members are the first participants of The Reparenting Project.

  • Parenting; that means, designing the basic behavior.
  • Reparenting; that means, redesigning the basic behavior.

The mission of The Reparenting Project is to reparent humanity, one relationship at a time, using Thumoslang, the formal vocabulary for social life, mentoring individuals, and reparenting groups.

Project participants call themselves reparenters. They are not healthcare professionals; their activities involve self-development, life coaching, and the likes.

Anyone can take part in the project; you must not be a parent to join. You can participate remotely or in person.

Click here for the Reparenting Project Homepage; click here for the Reparenting Project Facilities.

 

16 | P A R T   T H R E E

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This handbook is divided into several main sections as listed below.

In Part 1, according to the section Who Should Read This Handbook? referred to herein as the Audience chapter, you should read this handbook if any of the links it lists applies to you. When you select the applicable link, you will see one of the independent chapters in Part 3.

Because its chapters are independent, readers may not want to read sequentially one after another chapter in Part 3.

 

17 | How to Mend a Relationship?

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Jairson Ascencao, born in 1999, is the first person who used Thumoslang to mend a strenuous relationship; one with his mother. He reported his experience in the video [Video Letter to Lucia | NDBaker93 | S3E1](v=fvWXY4RRMfI). A Video Letter (S1E6), the sixth episode in the Kindle Vella series Thumoslang Stories, has the video’s transcript.

“Jairson Ascencao, like most other 18-year-olds, was nearing the end of his high school career, getting ready to walk the stage with the rest of the class of 2017. As someone with high aspirations, he would soon be quoted as saying that “The individual is far more powerful than we have been led to believe, and I want to demonstrate what humanity can accomplish when we work together.” Unfortunately, this led to a build-up of tension between him and his mother in his home life. From the way things looked at the time, the hostility between the two only appeared to grow without a sign of ending.” A Family Repaired (S3E2), the second episode in the Kindle Vella series Thumoslang Stories, explains further.

Before attempting to mend a strenuous relationship using Thumoslang, you should read Chapter Six in the original Thumos textbook. Your Ideals Matter (S3E1), the first episode in the Kindle Vella series Thumoslang at Work, offers a foretaste.

 

20 | How to Have More Friends?

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In the Kindle Vella‘s reading series Thumoslang Stories, the two episodes An Important Walk and A New Subject in School show that anyone could use the knowledge of Thumoslang to change another person’s worldview only in a few sentences yet multiple times during the same conversation. That is how people could supersize their language power to win friends and influence others but in much less effort.

 

22 | How to Align the Resume with a Job Posting?

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Do the following steps to align your resume, also known as Curriculum Vitae (CV), with a particular job posting.

  1. Create a private online office using a blog system such as WordPress.
  2. Create a new blog post in your office and title it as “The Baseline Resume.”
  3. Save the latest version of your resume as a PDF file.
  4. Insert the file in the new post for your baseline resume.
  5. Create a new blog post and title it as “The Selected Job.”
  6. Copy the entire job posting and paste its content in the new post for your selected job.
  7. Create a new Google Sheets document in your Google Drive and title it as “Skill Matching Sheet.”
  8. In the first two, create the following column headers: (C1) Posted Items, (C2) Requirements, (C3) Activities, (C4) Locations, and (C5) Months.
  9. Break the job posting into posted items, each of which may be a complete sentence, a short phrase, or a text string.
  10. Place each posted item on a separate row in the first column (C1 — Posted Items).
  11. If a posted item is not in C1, you should consider it a pending task for the posted item.
  12. The pending task is carried out only after you fill out C1 with the posted item actually stated in the job posting.
  13. Break each posted item into posted requirements.
  14. Place each posted requirement on a separate row in the second column (C2 — Requirements), but the group of all related requirements must appear immediately below and next to the originating item.
  15. If the posted requirement is not in C2, you should consider it a pending task for the posted need.
  16. For each requirement, do the following steps.
  17. Place a short phrase in the third column (C3 — Activities) expressing what you actually did at work to acquire the experience necessary to meet this particular job requirement.
  18. If the activity was carried out for a specific employer or work location, spell out the name in the fourth column (C4 — Locations).
  19. In the fifth column (C5 — Months), specify the number of months you did the work in the declared activity at the said location.
  20. If you do not remember the specific information for C3, C4, or C5, use “TBD” as the cell text.
  21. If you do not have the information for C3, use “x” as the cell text to say that “I did not have any actual experience for this requirement.”
  22. If C3 is blank for any posted requirement, you should consider it a pending task for the missing experience.
  23. The pending task is carried out only after you fill out C3 for the posted requirement.
  24. If a posted item does not include job requirements, the next row should be the next posted item.
  25. Repeat the above steps until you no longer have pending tasks for any posted item, any posted need, or any missing experience.

 

24 | How Should I Teach Thumoslang?

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The collection Thumoslang Reading Series on Kindle Vella is the foremost authoritative source of knowledge on Thumoslang. In support are the Thumoslang Video Series on YouTube. These serial resources make it easier to deliver Thumoslang Education.

Teaching Thumoslang is the best way to become an expert in social life. It is easy to educate yourself in Thumoslang. To get started, take the following steps.

First, watch the YouTube series Thumoslang102 on the channel Ri4CTV. All 21 videos are free to watch.

Next, read the first three free episodes of each of the eight series in the collection Thumoslang Reading Series on Kindle Vella. All 24 episodes are free to read.

If you want to become more effective or more efficient in mentoring others, you should read the 2017 book Thumos: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration. Its hardcover is available at Barnes & Noble. Thumoslang pioneers refer to it as the original Thumos book.

Attention Parents, Teachers & Mentors

Parents, teachers, and mentors should consider all of the above as the must-do steps. Part of these steps is to read the series Parenting Made Perfect, available on Amazon’s Kindle Vella.

Attention All Translators

Initially, Thumoslang is available in English. It will be available in other major languages.

If you are a translator who would like to help spread Thumoslang into countries or cultures based on a language other than English, please contact the Quach & Mustafayev Group (QMG) for translation opportunities.

Attention Residents Outside of the United States

Amazon’s Kindle Vella may not be ready to make the collection Thumoslang Reading Series on Kindle Vella available to those outside of the United States. Please contact QMG for alternative ways to access the reading collection.

Attention Residents of Rhode Island

If you are physically in Rhode Island and would like to collaborate in-person to develop Thumoslang further, please contact either Nickantony Quach or Alec Mustafayev directly. You could alternatively contact them via the channel Ri4CTV on Instagram.

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Revised at 8:34:26 AM on 10/1/2021 in Rhode Island, this document is updated regularly online and, when appropriate, updated in print. Use the following link for the latest version of this document

To offer feedback or comment on anything presented herein or to obtain Thumoslang mentoring or other services, please contact the Quach & Mustafayev Group directly.



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