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3 Steps to Recover from Heartbreak

3 Steps to Recover from Heartbreak

“It was Valentine’s Day and I just found out that my husband of 10 years had purchased a gift for another woman. All day I was numb. Surreally, I drifted through my day with heaviness in my heart. I hung onto denial like it was my last friend in the world. I couldn’t bear the […]

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Three Simple Steps to Building Confidence In Your Child

Posted by on August 16, 2014 in Conscious Living, Conscious Parenting with 0 Comments
Three Simple Steps to Building Confidence In Your Child

Confidence is such an essential quality in living a happy, successful life. Confident people are more likely to ask for what they want, and tend to do it in a way that gets a positive response. When confident people meet failure, they tend to pick themselves up, view the situation as an opportunity to improve some aspect of themselves, and keep on going. Confident people don’t let the “no’s” in their life stop them.

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10 Secrets to Raising Less Stressed Kids

Posted by on August 2, 2014 in Conscious Living, Conscious Parenting with 1 Comment
10 Secrets to Raising Less Stressed Kids

I don’t claim to have the answer to helping overstressed college students, but I give credit for my children’s apparent immunity to the effects of stress to infant specialist Magda Gerber. Through Magda I learned how to minimize stress beginning in the early, formative years. She also taught me that the real secret to raising children who stress less is nurturing their natural ability to cope with stress, process and offload it. Here are some details…

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CLN RADIO NEW EPISODE: The Interview That EVERY Parent Must Hear!

Posted by on July 9, 2014 in Activism, Conscious Living, Conscious Parenting with 0 Comments
CLN RADIO NEW EPISODE: The Interview That EVERY Parent Must Hear!

Alexis speaks with parent advocate for special needs families and author of A Unique Life Fully Lived – Karen Kain  “My daughter Lorrin was like the Grand Canyon. Some go to the edge and see a big hole, and others witness one of God’s wonders.” – Karen Kain, author of A Unique Life Fully Lived […]

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It’ll All Come Out in the Wash

It’ll All Come Out in the Wash

Today’s unprotected young are bound to suffer damage during this crucial time. We’re all under assault and they are especially impacted. But if they can see and repair the damage, utilize the information they gain, find a direction, and proceed with wisdom, they’ll become the new healers and builders of the heavenly world we yearn for. Perhaps their rough experience is for a ‘soul building’ reason, and my experience of them is the same. Thinking back, how naive and easily led I would be if I had stayed in the smooth waters.

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10 Tips For Raising Your Child In A Spiritual Way

10 Tips For Raising Your Child In A Spiritual Way

Insights on family life with a spiritual bent. Using Wayne Dyer’s book 10 Secrets for Success and Inner Peace as a template, this book describes the ways a spiritual focus can help children grow up feeling blessed and empowered.

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The Truth About Being A Dad (According to 14 Funnymen)

The Truth About Being A Dad (According to 14 Funnymen)

Comedians are known to tell it like it is, and their jokes on the topic of fatherhood are no exception. Leave it to these guys to hit the nail on the head when addressing life as a dad.

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How to Let Go of Attachment

How to Let Go of Attachment

Are you holding onto something you need to let go of? Are you so attached to things, people, ideas, places that are no longer present or absent from your life that you simply can’t be fully engaged in your day to day life? Do you live with regrets?

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Let’s Talk About Mom AND Dad

Let’s Talk About Mom AND Dad

Dealing with childhood traumas to help the mind, body and spirit heal. These formative experiences are often still affecting our daily lives, and when we process them/heal them/let them go, everything can change.

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This Is What Happens When Parents Love Their Children Unconditionally

This Is What Happens When Parents Love Their Children Unconditionally

Parenting is about being the best mom or dad we can be to our kids. Sometimes it’s simple. Other times, it might not be what we anticipated or imagined. But that doesn’t really matter — because there’s no simple, straightforward manual for raising kids. These parents are doing it right.

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Banking on an Attitude, Not a Platitude, of Gratitude

Banking on an Attitude, Not a Platitude, of Gratitude

Learn simple daily practices that support personal, family and business empowerment from inspiring speaker Lee Brower – author, teacher, mentor and coach for entrepreneurs and CEOs.

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What Beliefs Are You Passing on to Your Children?

What Beliefs Are You Passing on to Your Children?

Your core beliefs about everything related to prosperity – money, relationships, health, and spirituality – are set by the time you’re 10 years old. And no one influences those beliefs more than parents.

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Help Your Teenager Help Others

Help Your Teenager Help Others

Happiness derived from tasks that help others, like raising money for a charity, could be better for teen mental health than happiness derived from selfish activities, like eating chocolate or listening to music. Empirical psychological studies have indicated that, over time, eudaimoniac activities tend to be beneficial to mental health while hedonic activities can be harmful to it.

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Mom Invents Device for Disabled Kids to Walk with Parents

Mom Invents Device for Disabled Kids to Walk with Parents

The mother of a child with cerebral palsy created a system that could improve the lives of children suffering from motor impairments around the world. The “Upsee” goes on sale April 7 and consists of three parts – a harness for the child; a belt for the adult, to which the harness gets attached; and special sandals, which allow the parent and child to step simultaneously, freeing their hands and creating a much more stable, varied and stimulating walking experience.

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7 Precious Gifts Every Parent Should Offer Their Child

7 Precious Gifts Every Parent Should Offer Their Child

Let’s see which are the most meaningful gifts you could offer your child, more important than expensive toys and holidays.

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