I fidgeted up and down the raft, abusing myself to myself, and Jim was fidgeting
up and down past me.
It's a good opportunity, now that master is away,' I answered aloud: 'he hates me to be fidgeting over these things in his presence.
I hate you to be fidgeting in MY presence,' exclaimed the young lady imperiously, not allowing her guest time to speak: she had failed to recover her equanimity since the little dispute with Heathcliff.
marry--If you don't leave off fidgeting
with the bottle, Mr.
Give us another bottle," Stepan Arkadyevitch directed the Tatar, who was filling up their glasses and fidgeting
round them just when he was not wanted.
The rest of the silent hours are filled with eating and fidgeting
, and long grumbling soliloquies.
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These toys have not been confirmed as to their effectiveness to help children improve their focus, but to date there have been no controlled studies to conclusively link fidgeting
with less anxiety or increased concentration.
And with ADHD, they are always fidgeting
with anything you give them.
One thing people often report is that fidgeting
with an object in the hand helps them to stay focused when doing a long task or sitting still and attentive in a long meeting.
It has been advertised as helping people who have trouble focusing or fidgeting
His dad, who runs his own IT firm, encouraged his son to make some money for himself to stop some of the pestering.
She said the boys find it easier to stop fidgeting
after using the plastic toys.