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The Importance of Creating a Positive Work Environment

The Importance of Creating a Positive Work Environment

Can your work environment make or break how happy you are? My cousin recently called me regarding a situation that annoyed her at work. She called to vent or rant about an issue that she was having with a co-worker and was wondering if she was overreacting. She was quite upset over the whole situation...

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Divorce Parenting is NOT Co-Parenting

Divorce Parenting is NOT Co-Parenting

Common Reasons for Divorce? There are many causes of why a couple eventually decides to dissolve a marriage, according to Shellie R. Warren she concluded that the top 10 reasons for divorce are 1. Infidelity 2. Money 3. Lack of communication 4. Constant arguing 5. Weight gain 6. Unrealistic expectations 7. Lack of intimacy 8....

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How to Teach Empathy to Kids

How to Teach Empathy to Kids

I love and enjoy what I do, I teach parents how to have difficult conversations with their children. Teaching them on how to keep the line of communication free and clear. However, in recent events I find myself having to teach parents to deal with racism or better yet how to respond to it. How...

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Confessions of a Neat Freak: The Psychology Behind Organization

Confessions of a Neat Freak: The Psychology Behind Organization

I’m a Neat Freak… WAIT… Am I Monica from Friends? I have a confession to make; I am a neat freak! This revelation came to me when I was in college while watching an episode of Friends. I casually said to my boyfriend; I have the personality of Chandler (Mathew Perry), he laughed and said:...

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Date Nights Are Essential to Your Marriage and Mental Well-Being

Date Nights Are Essential to Your Marriage and Mental Well-Being

Date nights are essential to your marriage and mental well-being. With the day-to-day responsibilities of adulting, it is easy to neglect both marriage and spouse. Break From Parenting As a parenting coach, I should be the last person telling you that you need a break from parenting, but you do! To be positive and continue...

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Fathers: The Forgotten Parent

Fathers: The Forgotten Parent

Fathers play a meaningful role in children’s lives. They provide a distinctive blend of firm yet loving touch to their approach to parenting. However, in today’s culture fathers are sometimes depicted as inept and detached with regards to child rearing. With an increasing number of fathers having to travel for work, external stressors, and numerous...

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3 Key Steps to Creating and Living a Balanced Life

3 Key Steps to Creating and Living a Balanced Life

Creating and Living a Balanced Life Can you truly have it all? Is it possible to have a complete and balanced work/home life? Would proper balance lead to a happier life? The answer to all of these questions is yes, but it is not balanced as much as it is making proper adjustments. To create...

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3 Guidelines to Effective Communication with Children

3 Guidelines to Effective Communication with Children

Communication is not as simple, as we think. Most of us have a hard time with it. An assumption made is, once a child can speak, they are now able to communicate.  That is not the case. Communicating effectively takes practice and a conscious effort to tune in and actively engage and reciprocate. It involves...