Personal Growth is an intentional activity. It is the type of thing one achieves only through active engagement. In order […]
This quote really spoke to me this morning. As an actor, Judy Garland spent her life developing an accomplished skill […]
If you’re just getting started in your journey of personal growth, or if you are already on a vibrant path […]
As I continue my journey as a life-long learner, I always like to share tidbits of information that have a […]
At some point in our lives, we may experience a sense that all is not as it should be. We […]
Any day we wish, we can discipline ourselves to make important changes in our lives. Any day we wish, we can open […]
“To have more than you’ve got, become more than you are.” – Jim Rohn The late Jim Rohn once said, […]
Forgiveness is a active process, and it’s something we do internally.   It usually includes the external goal of restoring connection […]
Whoever said “Love means never having to say you’re sorry” must have been married to a stuffed unicorn. Or a […]
Summary In an experiment published last month, researchers recruited schoolchildren, ages 9 and 10, who lived near the Champaign-Urbana campus […]
I absolutely love the Big Life Journal Company. Big Life Journal began in 2017 when founders Alexandra and Scott decided […]
This week’s Q & A: When something goes wrong in my 8-year-old’s life (a Lego creation breaks or he loses […]
 A four-year-old has a meltdown because he doesn’t want to wear his fancy new clothes to his cousin’s wedding. A […]
This is a very quick guide to the difference between making an apology and expressing repentance.  As I’ve written elsewhere, […]
One of the focuses for 2019 that I have chosen for is teaching my kids “Self Control.” Self-Control is defined as: “Choosing […]
Having trouble getting your kids to come to the table at dinner?  Do you wish they wouldn’t argue so much […]
“Instead of raising children who turn out okay despite their childhood, let’s raise children who turn out extraordinary because of […]
This post is a reprint from the blog: Aha Parenting. Does the idea of Family Meetings seem stilted and artificial […]
I tried to teach my child with books, He gave me only puzzled looks. I used clear words to discipline, But I […]