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Thursday, 29 September 2011 17:35

Winter Moon Rises

winter-moon-risesPublisher's Description:The third installment in Scott Blum's best-selling series of enchanting novels, Winter Moon Rises continues where the semi-autobiographical Waiting for Autumn left off. This book follows Scott and his soul mate, Madisyn, as they prepare for their most profound adventure together: the journey of bringing their first child into this world.

Published in Metaphysics/New Age
Thursday, 04 August 2011 09:37

The Tailor’s Secret

alancohenAre you concerned about how you look in your bathing suit?  Do you worry you don’t look as good as you did last year, or ten or twenty years ago?  Are you struggling with friendships or business ventures that once worked for you, but do not offer the reward they once did?

If so, George Bernard Shaw might show you the door to peace: “The only man I know who behaves sensibly is my tailor; he takes my measurements anew each time he sees me.  The rest go on with their old measurements and expect me to fit them.”

Published in Alan Cohen
Wednesday, 16 March 2011 16:36

Explaining World Tragedy to Children

Your six-year-old has just seen video footage of devastating destruction including collapsed buildings, crushed cars, and homes under water, all vivid images resulting from the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Your teen sits transfixed watching the numbers of dead and injured mount. At the dinner table your fifth grader asks, "Can anything like that happen to us, Dad?"

Published in Children/Parenting
Wednesday, 24 November 2010 12:48

Reframe

Twenty-four art students sat waiting for the teacher to begin the first day of instruction in drawing class. The teacher briefly told the students what they could expect during the semester. With the expectations clearly communicated, he then did the unexpected.

Published in Children/Parenting
Sunday, 04 July 2010 11:10

Education Innovation from the Slums

Incredible ideas shared to inspire and educate us on effective non-traditional teaching situations. 

A Ted Talks Video presentation

Published in Children/Parenting
Thursday, 24 June 2010 19:25

Relationshipping

Mr. Smith is like a lot of teachers who are Spirit Whisperers. He doesn't make loud or long statements at staff meetings, but works quietly in his high school making a difference in the lives of students one day, one child at a time.

Published in Children/Parenting
Wednesday, 09 June 2010 14:51

Parent Talk Tip: "You Did It"

One important function of families is that of support and encouragement without judging, evaluating, rating and ranking the efforts of one another.

Sara spent an hour one Saturday afternoon tossing a small beach ball at a plastic basketball hoop her fatherhad brought home from a garage sale. Her first efforts missed the hoop by several feet. None of them hit the backboard. Her father stood by, retrieving each shot and returning the ball to her for another attempt. He also made descriptive comments after each shot. His Parent Talk was deliberate and focused. He gave supportive comments that were limited to describing what happened.

Published in Children/Parenting
Tuesday, 11 May 2010 13:11

Emotional Intelligence:

What Is It, Who Has It, and How to Get It

First, realize that although each of the following children are all bright, they have not developed the emotional skills necessary for success in these life situations. Such skills, many of which we often take for granted, thankfully can be taught, and have most recently been coined emotional intelligence (EQ) by Daniel Goleman in his best-selling book Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ.

Published in Children/Parenting
Monday, 19 April 2010 18:22

Change in Parenting

Many of our thoughts about parenting are outdated. Used by others before us, they have been passed on as worn-out hand-me-downs that no longer fit the time, the place, or us as uncommon parents.

Published in Children/Parenting
Sunday, 11 April 2010 09:38

Grace-full Parenting

Have you noticed more than a hint of anger creeping into your parenting style? Do you parent more with your vocal chords than with your heart? Then, you may need the gift of grace-full parenting. It holds children in a state of grace, even as they are held accountable for their behaviors. It communicates love and caring while simultaneously implementing the discipline strategies called for.



Published in Children/Parenting
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