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BRAVING: Learning to Truly Belong

In this book, Brown points out that those who feel like they truly belong have the courage to stand alone.

The Confidence Cure

A final way to build self-esteem in your children and your family is simply to tell each other when you enjoy each other’s company.

Innie Or Outie? The Value Of Introversion

Introverts are people who prefer to be alone, enjoying the lack of stimulation and noise. On the other hand, extroverts thrive off of other people’s conversation and energy.

Seize the Moment!

Why does it sometimes feel as if we spend most of our professional lives fixing problems rather than enhancing and improving?

Make Your Bed And Change Your World

Sometimes, you just have to dive in, otherwise you will never make it.

Trust Issues?

The more results you can contribute, the more people will trust you and want to work with you and for you.

The Back To Everything Backpack For Adults

What should you have in your life’s backpack? What skills are essential for you to live your best life?

Women and Girls: Shame And Math Understanding The Gender Gaps

Through your courage in sharing and your friend’s compassion, you have created a powerful connection to somebody outside of your shame.

Decoding PDD And NVLD: Understanding The Alphabet of Disabilities

Kids with NVLD are very verbal and often do not have academic problems until they get to the upper grades in school.

Teenagers: Be Honest, Gain Confidence, Make Lifelong Friends

How much of yourself can you reveal to your friends? How much do you hide because you fear rejection?

Be Kind… To Yourself

In order to see ourselves positively, we inflate our egos and look down on others. And, in our society, we also beat ourselves up when we don’t feel special.

Good Grief: Learning To Cope With Tragedy

As with most problems in her life, Sandberg approached this one logically. She asked her esteemed friends who are world renowned psychologists and professors for a plan.

Anxiety Q & A: The Unusual Places Anxiety Rears Its Head

Therefore, large servings of both compassion and patience are also necessary remedies for the problem.

Habits and Habit Stacking

Habits are so powerful that unless you actively work on fighting it, your brain stops fully participating in decision-making and focuses on other tasks.

Mindshift: Fake It Until You Make It… Great!

Many people who switch careers in the middle of their lives feel that they are fakes, and this feeling is labeled - the imposter syndrome.

Sensory Processing Disorder Q&A

With language, children with autism often speak late and when they do its in a monotonous tone.

Emotional Intelligence 2.0

ou can assess your emotional intelligence through a variety of tests in order to understand where you stand on the EQ range, however, as I mentioned before EQ is not fixed and is easily raised through your own actions.

Are We Spoiling Our Children?

Psychologists and journalists argue that in this new age of parenting, we are producing entitled and spoiled children.

Rachel’s Story

After that traumatic summer, we sent her back to school. But it was a nerve-wracking time. We lived in trauma and fear.

Don’t Get Stuck!

Susan David begins her book Emotional Agility: Get Unstuck, Embrace Change, and Thrive in Work and Life with the following story: A well-regarded captain stood...

I Don’t Have Time for That

If we want to feel good about our careers, our relationships, and ourselves at the end of the day, week, or year, we need to assess what our priorities are and then schedule them into our weeks.

Cracking The Code: Social Skills Coaching

You probably automatically crossed a one specific leg over the other. Now, switch legs. Does this feel unnatural? Probably.

Dear Dr. Yael

Believe it or not, getting divorced is sometimes easier...

Out Of Our Minds: Learning To Be Creative

If we are to survive and flourish, we have to think differently about our own abilities and make the best use of them.

Homework: The Secret To Success

Many people feel this rule is for teachers; that is, that teacher should give only a certain amount of homework.

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