October 24, 2018

The 5 Essentials R’s To Help You Discover Your True Inner Life Story

The 5 Essentials Rs To Help You Discover Your True Inner Life Story

The word moxie has become synonymous with vigor, verve, pep, courage, nerve, aggressiveness, skill, and know-how, and the new book Step into Your Moxie: Amplify Your Voice, Visibility, and Influence in the World by speaking and leadership coach Alexia Vernon presents a soul-stirring call to action for women to speak up for themselves and the ideas and issues that matter most to them. We hope you’ll enjoy this excerpt from the book…

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October 24, 2018

How To Build Your Child’s Emotional Well-Being Over the Long Term

How To Build Your Child Emotional Well-Being Over the Long Term

With the National Institute of Mental Health reporting that 25 percent of children experience anxiety and 14 percent have a mood disorder, and National Public Radio sharing that as many as five million public school students have mental-emotional issues such as depression and anxiety, award-winning Maureen Healy’s new book The Emotionally Healthy Child: Helping Your Child Calm, Center, and Make Smarter Choices (New World Library, October 9 2018) couldn’t be more perfectly timed…

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April 9, 2018

What To Do When You Are Emotionally Overwhelmed (7+ Experts Reveal Fascinating Tips and Insights)

What To Do When You Are Emotionally Overwhelmed

There are numerous reasons why we start feeling emotionally overwhelmed, so I will focus on just one potential cause. We change too many tires. Everyone gets flat tires as they go through life. If the road we’re traveling on in this life is particularly rough and full of nails and potholes, we’ll likely have abundant flat tires. And they’re our own responsibility to take care of, no one else’s…

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April 9, 2018

How To Say No Without Feeling Guilty: (10+ Proven Strategies & Powerful Insights)

How To Say No Without Feeling Guilty

My clients often feel uncomfortable with saying “no”, even when it is to something that could bring them harm. They passively give into the needs of others due to a fear of conflict or “being mean”, a lack of assertiveness skills, and family influences. What they don’t realize is that most likely their resentment will build and, later down the road, they will become aggressive…

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December 8, 2017

How To Believe In Yourself When You Don’t Believe In Yourself

How To Believe In Yourself When You Don't Believe In Yourself

We’ve all heard walk the walk, or talk the talk to get better, to feel better. It probably sounds easier than it actually is. Emile Coue, the French psychiatrist introduced repetitions of “I’m getting better and better, everyday in every way to encourage positive self esteem. And with practice, it does work. But what about those times in life when self talk just doesn’t work?

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November 17, 2017

How To Master the Art of Love

How To Master the Art of Love

Over the centuries, people have developed various techniques for maintaining a focus on love. The Buddha taught exercises in mindfulness and meditation to improve our focus on everything we do. These practices are effective and still popular today. They involve training the mind to live in every moment without constantly assessing it. The result is that we gain control over our impulses, conquer distractions, and allow love to flourish freely….

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