The Teenage Brain: 6 Ways to Fuel Your Teens Brain for Lifelong Success

Parent to parent, ever wonder what the heck goes on inside the teenage brain? I know I do. Here’s the thing though. So many parents are focused on academic success that many overlook the importance of focusing on ways to fuel the teenage brain with other important ingredients that lead to long-term success. You know…

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7 Strategies for Raising a Success Kid Who has Lifelong Success

So you want to raise a successful kid? Let me preface this post by saying that there’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all parenting manual for success. All kids are different (which parents really begin to understand when they have kids who are completely different in personality). That said, we all know that school systems,…

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Childhood Fear: Famed Doctor of Psychology Shares How To Overcome Fear

  As a loving parent, I bet you want to do everything possible to help your kids overcome childhood fear and anxiety? Of coarse you do! We recently caught up with TEDx Talk speaker, author and Doctor of Psychology candidate Natasha Sharma, who shared her insight on using mindfulness practices to overcome fear. She also…

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Creative Kids: How to Foster Creativity in Your Kids

We all see those creative kids, who are always building forts, having imaginary friends and coming up with super creative stories. When you hear the word “creativity,” your mind probably goes immediately to the arts. However, creativity isn’t limited to art or music. It’s also valuable in science, math, writing, and even social intelligence. The…

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Teens Anxiety: WORLD–RENOWNED Psychologist has Stunning Advice

  As a parent, I’m sure you’re always wondering how to help with your teen’s anxiety. Does this sound familiar to you? He walked in the house looking angry and gloomy. “What’s wrong,” I asked. “Nothing,” he answered, heading straight for his room. He ditched his backpack by his bedroom door, put on his headphones,…

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How to Raise a Confident Child [3 Essential Ingredients]

I don’t think anyone would argue with me when I say that parents, today, want to raise kids who are happy, healthy and confident. Kids with a strong sense of self-confidence are less afraid to try new things because they have the courage to go after what they want. And they’re far more likely to…

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Extroverted Parent Raising an Introverted Child [An Experiment]

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As an extroverted parent, raising a teenage boy who proclaims himself to be an “introverted child” can be interesting at times. I’m not sure at what point my son, Mikey, stumbled upon the belief he was an introvert. When I started to put this together, the following video popped into my mind, thus it’s only…

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