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Using COVID-19 to Find Greater Meaning in Your Life

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There is a famous saying among politicians: “Never let a crisis go to waste”.  Politicians know that during a crisis people are more apt to make changes they may not have made otherwise. Politics aside, you have the power to … Continue reading

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Expect Less and Give More: 8 tips to growing stronger during the COVID-19 pandemic

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The history of the human race is laced with crises of epic proportions.  How you respond to crises reveals much more about who you really are, deep down, than how you behave during smooth sailing.   We each have a character-defining … Continue reading

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How Can You Ensure Your Child Finds Their Most Important Mentor

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When you look at the most common developmental pathway for those who live highly fulfilled lives, you will notice at least one “red thread” common theme:  every successful professional is helped by a lineage of Mentors along their Journey. There … Continue reading

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How to Mentor adolescents to Leave the Most Meaningful Mark on Them

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Given the way children are inundated by superficial social media messages, they are increasingly “numb” to information coming at them.  As new social media apps blossom every day, children are sometimes impossible to reach.  Trying to mentor them can feel … Continue reading

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12 Powerful – but little known – Psychological Assessments that Provide Roadmaps to a Child’s or Adult’s True Potential

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Behavioral science is expanding so rapidly that it is offering a larger and larger Swiss Army knife of cutting edge options.  Advanced psychological techniques can often make the deepest cut into the source of the pressing problem.  But you need … Continue reading

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How to Parent with a Customized Give and Take style that Maximizes your Relationship to your child: 7 tips

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As any wise horse rider knows, there is the give-and-take with the reins.  If you are overly harsh, you not only create an angry horse, but a horse that loses respect for you.  A horse that will then look for … Continue reading

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10 steps to ensure a smooth school year by setting up a sustainable chore system to ensure your Home runs itself

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You ask, “How do I get my kid to do chores without having to be on top of them?” 4 years ago I answered that question in a blog that went viral.  To me chores are a critical way to … Continue reading

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Why and How Children of Divorced Parents Should Receive Counseling – Part 2

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In Part 1 of this two-part series, I discussed the critically practical effects of counseling for children of divorce, even when that divorce is seemingly harmonious.  I have received very positive feedback from parents, pediatricians, attorneys, and fellow mental health … Continue reading

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Why and How Children of Divorced Parents Should Receive Counseling – Part 1

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Part 1 Focus: bullet point list of practical uses of counseling for children of divorce Part 2 Focus (next week): bullet point list of agreements divorcing parents should make to protect the sanctity of the counseling process for the child … Continue reading

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The 3 most common student problems schools and parents overlook that Precise Evaluation corrects

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Even well-meaning parents have their children evaluated 3 to 7 years after the student first exhibits a serious learning problem.  That lost time is usually devastating – since the younger a child is the more their brain is able to … Continue reading

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