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I believe people can tell when we are experiencing emotions - they can feel it - especially our children. ⁣⁣During my ‘3 Habits of Resilient Families’ presentation I ask parents:⁣ Have you ever had your child sense something is wrong and ask you, ‘how you...

As parents and educators we encourage children to keep going, put in the effort, stay determined - all great words of advice.   We feel happy and proud when children want to try new activities, new skills and new ways of doing things. However,...

When's the last time your child/student said, did or typed something they regretted and wished they could take back? It could be as simple as making a mistake, blurting out harsh words or talking about someone in a disrespectful way because they were angry or...

As parents and guardians we want our young people to have fun while still teaching them how to be responsible, resilient and confident people. We want to teach them skills and give them experiences that will develop traits essential to their success and happiness. We want them to thrive. Between trying to balance...

Q: I am a singer and every competition I have entered I have not placed. I feel like a failure. How should I deal with this? Answer: I know this can be frustrating and disappointing. I have also felt the disappointment of not placing in a competition....

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