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Family Communication Starts with Respect
Communication / Parenting / Relationships

Family Communication Starts with Respect

Jamie knew her family had a problem when she realized most of their fights ended in slamming doors, screaming matches, cussing, and the occasional breaking of someone’s property. At first, Jamie felt angry and helpless. This wasn’t what she’d envisioned when she’d dreamed of starting her own family as a […]

How to Strike a Balance Between Being Liked
Business / Careers and Work / Leadership

How to Strike a Balance Between Being Liked

…and Respected at Work Being a professional isn’t easy. At the workplace, it’s not only about what you do but how you do it. This is how you build your reputation and you probably realize that it’s a very valuable factor in your career development. If you’d like to get […]

Seven MORE Ways Parents Can Help to Turn Down the Heat
Parenting

Seven MORE Ways Parents Can Help to Turn Down the Heat

… and help overstressed kids live a happier life! In part one we discussed how parents may unintentionally harm kids by the expectations they set,  being willing to let go and five other ideas to hekp kids live a happier more carefree life. Here are seven more ways parents can […]

The Childhood Pressure Cooker: Seven Ways Parents Can Help to Turn Down the Heat
Parenting

The Childhood Pressure Cooker: Seven Ways Parents Can Help to Turn Down the Heat

… On Overstressed Kids and Free Them Up to Lead Happier Lives Are you pushing your kids so hard they’re in danger of cracking under the pressure? Todd Patkin, author of the new book Finding Happiness, wants you to take a serious look at the demands you’re placing on them. He […]

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PART 3: If You Really Knew Me, You Would Know That ______.

In Part 2, Lisa explained how our children may be living a dual life of deceit because they fear the reaction they may get from their parents if they were to answer this question honestly. How do we respond when our children when they tell us things that are scarey […]

PART 2: If You Really Knew Me, You Would Know That _______.
Parenting

PART 2: If You Really Knew Me, You Would Know That _______.

In Part 1 of this series, Lisa talked about outside forces keeping us so distracted that if we sat down with our children and asked them to start their sentence with, ‘If You Really Knew Me, You Would Know That ______,’ would we freak out? What do you think your […]

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