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Nurture Your Child's Emotional Growth, Part 1
Dr. Gail Gross
Human Behavior, Parenting, and Education Expert, Speaker, Auth...
As parents, we often talk of child development as it pertains to intellectual growth. As discussed in past blog posts, there
GPS FOR THE SOUL
When Life Just Isn't Fair
Writer, poet, traveler, optimist, enthusiast for life.
Fair and unfair are not illusions. They are subjective but real concepts. However, we can't allow ourselves to be trapped by these ideas.
How A Selfie Pulled Me Out Of My Darkest Days Post-Split
Samantha Darby Sollenberger
mama, writer, believer
The night when I knew my marriage was ending and there wasn't a damn thing I could do about it...I took a selfie. I felt vain and stupid and ridiculous. I thought, "Who does things like this in the middle of a crisis?" And now I'm glad I did.
Childhood Lasts A Thousand Years
Medical Social Worker; Author, ' Life Gets Better: The Unexpec...
Who is most aware of what we have carried forward with us from childhood? Our partners. Intimate relationships are the contexts where these old reflexes are most likely to emerge and even dominate our current experience.
Relationship Advice: Are You With
Margaret Paul, Ph.D.
Bestselling author and relationship expert
I often receive emails from people asking me how they can know if the person they are in relationship with is the right partner for them. They frequently say that they have made mistakes in the past, and they don't want to make a mistake again.
Is Anger Necessary?
Melissa Van Rossum
Author and speaker
Obviously all emotional reactions can't be eliminated by a mantra -- nor would we want them to be, but my informal experiment from years ago taught me that anger, though it may feel unavoidable at times, just might be avoidable far more often than we think.
Thoughts on Turning 30
Susan R. Hatten
Senior Business Development Executive; Writer, Aspiring world ...
As I approach my thirtieth birthday in the coming weeks, I have chosen to review my life in detail, and to dissect each layer of my being to discover what I am comprised of.
The Great Pretender, Pretending I'm Doing Well
Blame Your Parents for Your Problems!
Dr. Jim Taylor
Adjunct faculty, University of San Francisco
Blame your parents for the way you are; it is their fault and you shouldn't have to carry that burden of blame and shame. But then forgive them.
The Tao Of Love, Sex And Anti-Aging Part: 7
Black belt in Kung Fu, highly-respected martial artist
When you "let loose, let go and let God," you can never lose what is for your most high good. When releasing someone or something before taking an action, guidance will follow.
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