Students today of all ages are facing more stress than they ever have before with heavier academic schedules, lengthy state testing and increased social pressures. What is being done to support the modern day burdens of today’s youth?
What would it look like to parent without the power struggle? Therapist, author and advice columnist Susan Stiffelman, an advocate of raising cooperative, connected and capable children, reveals ways parents can minimize resistance and maximize joy in the journey of parenthood.
Larry Johanson shares techniques for breathing and clearing thoughts; Carolyn Caldwell provides organizing strategies for busy households; Gary Direnfeld gives a father of two young children helpful parenting advice.
Sherry Dale explains how EMDR is used to desensitize fear reactions so they no longer have an impact; Dr. Ulrich Schimmack explains the difference between happiness and well being; Marlene George explains why we need to embrace the pain message from our bodies.
Peggy McColl offers simple habits to help gain abundance and overcoming doubt; Mary Gordon explains how parents can help their children to be more empathic; Nancy Carlsson-Paige tells how she helped her son, Matt Damon, learn the importance of gratitude; Tom McCarthy offers essential components to great leadership.