He fails to develop confidence in and healthy use of his emotional brain-- one of nature's most basic survival tools. She would have me read to her while she made dinner. I believe in being mindful of our feelings, and expressing them unless it would be harmful to someone else in which case, find a safe outlet write, paint, maybe vent to a listening friend.
If your goal is to return the values to their beginning states, it should be as simple as my Tween.pause(0) or if you don't need the tween anymore, you can just my Tween.pause(0).kill(); That effectively rewinds it and discards it.
) A sensitive child who is repeatedly invalidated becomes confused and begins to distrust his own emotions. The Power of Positive Thinking was a big one at the time.
Code below - The problem you reported was that the on Complete fired continuously after invalidating and crashed the browser.
If your goal is to simply bring icon back to its "pre-tweened", normal state you can do As far as I can tell, this is all expected behavior and I bet Carl is correct in the assumption that perhaps you misunderstood what invalidate() does. When a tween renders for the first time, it records all the pertinent values (typically the starting values for to() tweens). The first time it renders, it says "okay, what is 'x' right now....let's lock that in as the starting value so that we can interpolate between that and 100 over the course of the tween".
I can reset my tween by creating a new tween within the complete function, using .set() and individually changing the values of each attribute back to original values.
This seems a lot of work just to reset a tween (it does not work if I try and use .set() on the original tween).Max/invalidate/) and other forum posts link to codepens that don't work.My code - In your codepen example, the problem still exists and also the animation plays over and over again.I have also heard them say things like: "He cries at the drop of a hat." One teacher said "When she starts to cry, I just ignore her and eventually she stops." Another said, "When one kid's crying is disrupting the lesson, I tell them to go cry in the hall till they can pull themselves back together again."When I am worried about something and I tell someone who is involved in the situation and they say "Don't worry," I actually feel more worried. She gave a warm hello to the couple, then asked the boy, "How's school, mate? What's worse is that when he gave them a golden opportunity to understand him and his world, he was completely invalidated, then completely ignored. She seemed as athletic as the father, which makes sense of course. Again I feel guilty because I did not say anything. I say this one incident says a lot about their parenting style and about how children are psychologically invalidated every day. are among the most self-destructive or socially destructive adults. Last night I went to visit someone while she was at work. Then she seemed to notice my mood and asked me what I was thinking.This is because I can tell they don't take me and my feelings very seriously. " With a troubled look on his young face, the boy quietly said, "Not good." In response Sue exclaimed, sounding surprised and incredulous, "Not good!? I watched him take a few steps, then just stand there, alone. Maybe his father was the type who would try to distract his son with thrilling and risky sports such as hang gliding, soccer, surfing, and race car driving. I just stood there, stunned, while I watched and made mental notes. Now you might think this one incident is a small thing. Maybe they are good listeners when it really counts. Either way, they all could have handled that situation much better. To remind everyone that it is these little interactions with children that make a difference in their lives and in society. When I got there, she didn't seem very happy to see me. I tried to explain to her what I was afraid of and she said, "Don't think so much." (Actually, looking back, maybe it would have helped. " Then maybe I could have explained it to her and she would have learned something useful and it would have started us on a path of better communication and understanding.My guess is that you are using invalidate() for the wrong reasons.