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25 April 2016
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Parenting
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Parenting in the Age of Entitlement

The self-efficacy beliefs of parents and collective efficacy of teachers transcends to adolescents and their belief systems. The need for attention and recognition is a rising problem in the US culture. Adults modeling good behaviors and attitudes produce more productive results in the mimicked behaviors from the children without expectation of praise and rewards. The […]


19 April 2016
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From Reacting to Responding

  Being able to move from reacting to responding can be a challenging feat. Honestly, both seem pretty comparable because we often use the words interchangeably; but when using in practice, they are quite different. Reacting is usually an impulsive, emotional action.  For example, your husband cheats on you. You are angry and hurt. You […]


14 April 2016
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Parenting
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Who’s The Parent?

Recent events have caused me to question who is the parent in certain situations. A week ago I encountered a mother and her son at the grocery store. The son could not have been more than 8 years old if that.  He wanted his mother to buy him something and I am assuming she said […]


13 April 2016
Category:
Relationships
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Compromise

Comprise is an important part of life. By definition, to compromise is an agreement or a settlement of a dispute that is reached by each side making concessions or to accept standards that are lower than is desirable. No successful relationship can have either party giving less than 50%. My grandmother used to say “make […]


12 April 2016
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Uncategorized
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Grief and Loss: What To Say

  Watching and supporting a family member or beloved friend experience grief and loss can be difficult.  I know firsthand.  Two people I adore and love are experiencing painful losses, and there have been many times that I wanted to do something to help them, but all I can offer is a listening ear. There […]


11 April 2016
Category:
Self Esteem
Women
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Women’s Expectations of Themselves

  Women are being sold a bill of goods and most of it buy it without questioning if its good for our mental and emotional well-being.  It’s the bill of goods that mass and social media is selling us. I have often found in my counseling work and in my social life that women’s expectations […]


7 April 2016
Category:
Physical Health
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Mindfulness and Meditation: The Hot Trend

In 2015 the mindfulness and meditation became the latest hot trend.  The mindfulness and meditation industry raked in nearly $1 billion, according to research by IBISWorld in 2015!  Why all the sudden has the meditation and mindfulness industry exploded? First lets look at what we’re talking about:  Meditation is not a new practice it’s been around […]


5 April 2016
Category:
Self Improvement
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Working Towards Your Best!

  “I still fall on my face sometimes And I can’t color inside the lines Cause I’m perfectly incomplete I’m still working on my masterpiece And I, I wanna hang with the greats Got a way to go, but it’s worth the wait No, you haven’t seen the best of me I’m still working on […]

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