Change Is Good!

In fact, instead of doing things that help us learn, we often do the exact opposite.

Really Anxious That Your Child Is Anxious?

As most parents only want their children to enjoy and succeed, they feel a lot of pain when their child seems to miss out on so many of life’s rewards because they are scared of something.

A Mostly Fine Decision

The maximizers who spend so much time on the decision are often less happy with the results.

Mother, May I?

You no longer want to be bogged down by the minutiae that we sometimes focus on in shidduchim, yet your mother doesn’t seem to agree.

Without Saying A Word: Nonverbal Communication For Children And Adults

In any relationship, the words that people say are extremely significant, but it is the unspoken language of friendship that truly allows relationships to flourish and grow.

Burnout: A Women’s Epidemic?

What happens if the stressor is not a lion? What happens if the stressor is a really rude boss?

Shutting Down

If the thoughts that are keeping you awake are tasks you need to complete, write them down. This way, you know you won’t forget.

Why Do Today…

The best way to not fall back into bad habits is to avoid those triggers to begin with.

Dis-Organization

It’s very possible that you are disorganized because you simply have never tried to be organized.

Gifted And Struggling

If NVLD is misunderstood, these children can develop more serious emotional problems such as depression, anxiety, and phobias.

Job Prep

Ask someone you trust to play the part of the interviewer. Then, spend time rehearsing questions and answers with that person.

Teaching Gratitude

Research shows that children can learn to say “please” and “thank you” from the age of eighteen months; however, true gratitude and appreciation takes time to grow and blossom.

Adults And Friendships

When still in school, it’s easier to make friends because you are forced into social situations. As an adult, making friends can be harder – especially because your life is busy.

Academic & Social Skills Insights #39

When you see your daughter acting in a positive way, let her know.

The Joy Around You

As I delved deeper into these findings, joy started to become less amorphous and abstract to me and more tangible and real.

No Hard Feelings: Only Soft Skills

Suppression and avoidance might seem to be the easiest answers. “Let’s go back to checking our emotions at the door.” But this attitude is counterproductive.

Meetings 101

If the key to good meetings or gatherings is purpose, how to do we figure out if we have one?

The Growing Phenomenon Of Unmotivated Boys

Research shows that girls and boys brains develop in different sequences.

A Step-by-Step Guide To Resilience

For adults, this twelve-step guide can certainly be helpful in building new pathways in the brain to create resilience. But, what can you do for children?

The Midlife Blah?

With the passing of time people begin to look back on previous years and feel dissatisfaction (even if this is completely subjective and someone on the outside would think that they were doing great).

Embracing The Ups Of Down Sydrome

The assumption was that children with Down Syndrome are globally delayed, but what Professor Buckley recognized is that these children have a particular profile of learning delays and relative strengths.

Getting To Dry Causes and Treatment for Bedwetting

It is important that your child not feel ashamed. He should understand that it is something you will work with him to overcome.

How Can My Son Develop Confidence?

A child who is not assertive and accepts bullying is in danger of growing up to be an adult who is not assertive and accepts bullying.

I Think I Can’t: Learned Helplessness And Academics

It’s easy to “misdiagnose” this condition and call it laziness, but that would be a terrible shame.

Stop and Smell the [Academic] Roses

Is it any wonder that so many children do not measure up to the heavy expectations placed on their young shoulders?

Academic & Social Skills Insights #38

All children, especially those with ADHD, crave routine.

Academic & Social Skills Insights #37

Not only do children who read proficiently have an easier time in all academic areas, they also are more capable in social situations.

Academic & Social Skills Insights #36

If she has required summer reading, be sure to balance the books she is interested in with those on the list.

Academic & Social Skills Insights #35

Behavioral issues come into play, frequently turning twice exceptional children into “problem students” – even as they are head and shoulders above the crowd intellectually.

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