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Chapter 6 – TURN YOUR HOME INTO A LIVING LAB—EXERCISES AND MUSIC TO SUPPORT COGNITIVE AND EMOTIONAL GROWTH

Your child’s brain is wired for discovery. A securely bonded child will explore his environment and test its limitations. To facilitate the most growth possible, you have to make sure that the environment will stimulate emotional and intellectual development. As you throw more children into the ... Read More

The Power if Meditation

In today’s busy world of working, networking, and the ongoing assaults of emails, texts, and family problems, we are saturated with the stress of psychological overload. Our minds are rarely at rest and our bodies are paying the price. You finish the end of a normal day and find that stress has ... Read More

How Men & Women Handle Stress Differently

You’ve been angry at your spouse all day, not making eye contact and ignoring his questions. Yet he seems completely oblivious. At the end of the day, you confront him about the situation, and he seems shocked. “I didn’t even know you were angry with me,” he protests. And as hard as it may ... Read More

Ways to Get Along with Friends Who Disagree

In my last blog post, I shared the importance of learning to co-exist with those who have opposing viewpoints. In this charged post-election world, challenging our own beliefs, fostering empathy for others, and opening ourselves to the possibility of finding common ground with others is ... Read More

The Importance of Learning to Get Along with Friends Who Disagree

Many people today are avoiding talking about the election. In fact, some people have lost friendships and relationships over their different political viewpoints. While at a luncheon not too long ago, I observed the way the room divided along political lines, people gravitating to like energy to ... Read More