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“This Thinking Stuff Always Messes Me Up!”

These were the words of one of my patients who experienced a bit of a set-back a few weeks ago.  Why would he announce this with such strength and certainty?  Isn’t thinking a good thing? Thinking is a Double-Edged Sword One Side of the Sword:  In many ways, we humans...

GrumpsGiving…Not Thanksgiving. It’s About Time!

Everywhere you look there are articles on gratitude.  It’s the theme of Thanksgiving.  Aren’t you tired of all that gratitude and appreciation stuff?  Instead, this Thanksgiving, why don’t we just dig in deeply to fully experience the power of complaining, blaming and...

Nurturing Appreciation And Gratitude This Thanksgiving

Gratitude – that’s our goal for Thanksgiving. To pause and be grateful. Gratitude opens the door to enjoyment of the life we have, rather than spending our time focused on the future as salvation from the present. Yet, many parents express frustration with the lack of...

How To Help A Child With Anxiety In Day-To-Day Situations

Just as anxiety affects us negatively, it also can affect our children. Anxiety can negatively impact our children and leave us feeling helpless as we cannot fix the situation causing our child fear or nervousness. Instead of discounting your child's emotions by...

Thoughts Vs Things: Misconceptions That Create Emotional Limitations

In light of the effect that Robin Williams’s death has had upon our culture, it is important to make certain that we begin to educate children about how their thoughts and emotions work. Many misconceptions exist about how we shape both behavioral and emotional...

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Parenting: Raise Independent Children

Parenting is not always easy and being able to let our children spread their wings, on their own, is key. There are two types of children, contingent and independent. Contingent children can not seem to function with out adult supervision or have a hard time staying...

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