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10 Easy Ways to Build Connection With Your Child by Sue DeCaro

As humans, we are all programmed for connection. Our children need this in their lives in order to feel acknowledged, appreciated, and valued.  When our children feel disconnected, that is when we may see behaviors that seem undesirable or chaotic. Here are 10 ways to connect with your children. Be completely present when you are [...]

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How to Find the Perfect Nanny Part 2 – Search for Your Perfect Nanny by Nicola Magrath

Ready to begin your nanny search and have no idea where to begin?  No worries. We are going to share information about the different methods of finding the perfect fit for your family. There are many different options when searching for a new nanny; you can search by yourself using search sites, hire an agency, [...]

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Be Aware of the ANTs (Automatic Negative Thoughts) by Arayeh Norouzi

Me to my kids, “I just want you to know that you do not need anything from the outside to feel happy and whole inside. Nothing and no one can make you happy or even angry – only you can. That is because we usually tell false stories to ourselves, believe them, feel strongly about [...]

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Teaching Children to “Kiss the Ground” by Karen Rodriguez

When we started outlining the work to launch Kiss the Ground, (KTG) our 501c3 non-profit organization in Los Angeles, CA, there was one goal in mind. It’s co-founders, Finian Makepeace and Ryland Engelhart and the team, had their laser-focused sights set on the  intention to share with the world that building healthy soil can be a [...]

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My Favorite Holiday Recipe: How to Cook Up More Joy and Stir Up Less Stress by Annmarie Chereso

It’s 5:10am, and I lie in bed with the familiar butterflies of anxiety rumbling in my abdomen. I have a regular morning meditation practice, which typically starts my day, but today the anxiety is particularly high. I begin to negotiate with my mind and all the thoughts swirling around and I notice my patterns rise [...]

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The Gift by Janet Philbin

We are approaching another holiday season.  Each of us giving and receiving presents.  We are at the end of one year and about to embark on a new one. I have a question for you.  Are you willing to give yourself a gift this year to use for the coming year and the years that [...]

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Are You Taking Care of Number One? by Avital Schreiber-Levy

Are you taking care of number one? I know, I know… As if we needed another thing on our to-do list. But guys, hear me out, self-care is no luxury. It’s absolutely vital that you get your basic needs for health, happiness, spiritual fulfillment, friendship, romance, rest and nutrition met! Self Care is Vital Because… [...]

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What Your Children Can Teach You – If You Let Them Part 1 By Dr Allan Hunter

Some years ago there was a book that everyone seemed to be giving everyone else at around Christmas, called “All I Ever Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten” and its down-home wisdom and whimsical style charmed many. After all, there are many basic understandings about social life that we take in at that tender [...]

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Why Your Child Rebels by Lion Goodman & Carista Luminare

Children can be stubborn, willful, and infuriating. But maybe that isn’t such a bad thing. Whose needs are more important? Yours or your child’s? Have you ever been dominated and controlled by another person? How did it make you feel? Did you want to push away from them or run away to escape their control? [...]

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Sizing Up – Why Are Our Kids Getting So Fat? By Dr. Diana Fatayerji, M.S., Ph.D.

Most of us are aware that the incidence of childhood obesity has increased. Is this something we should be concerned about? As parents, we face concerns for our children over alcohol, drugs, sex, and bullying. Does obesity merit the same concern? In 2002 the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey showed that 15.5% of children were [...]

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Dr. Leon Campbell has been mentoring youth and families for over 30 years. He’s the Life Advisor that Parents & Teens Trust