Beating Social Comparison: How I Found “Enough” In 4 Ways

The worst part of social comparison is that it kills the joy out of all the existing achievements. You might be standing on the greenest grass and still want a slice of what your neighbor has. Continue reading

How Can We Encourage Bodily Autonomy in Our Children?

Bodily autonomy is the right for a person to be in control of their own body. This concept applies to both boys and girls and is something that all parents should teach their kids. Continue reading

Standing on Your Own Two Feet…at the bottom of the abyss

Chances are, there have been times in your life too when you’ve felt yourself sinking down, down and thought, “How much more can I hurt? How much more can I take? Continue reading

How To Make Your Dream Job a Reality

Getting your dream job needs a lot of hard work and patience. All you need is to take the first step and open the door to your dream and your career. Listed below is a guide that will help you … Continue reading

Tenacity in Children: the dynamic instincts that exist in each child from birth and the prominent role they play in the course of a child’s development

In the first book we co-authored, Raising Resilient Children, we defined resilience as a process of competent functioning under duress and adversity.  We identified the components of a “resilient mindset” and included self-discipline as one of these components.  As we … Continue reading

9 Unconventional Ways to Manage Stress This Summer

If you feel ready to explode after the events of the past month, you are far from alone. Why not manage your stress this summer in these nine unconventional ways? Continue reading