Ready Post: Is Your Child Gifted or Challenged? How Can You Address Their Unique Needs?

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Every child has their own individual set of needs. As a parent, you’re probably already well in tune with what those needs are.  But there might be things you’re missing depending on certain exceptions. Specifically, if your child is gifted, or if they’re challenged in the way they learn.* Gifted children are often praised by […]

Ready Post: Tips to Build Your Self-Esteem From the Inside Out

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Self-esteem has become a trendy concept these days. Of course, this can be a good thing. But there are some related questions that must be factored in. Two such questions are: Why are so many of us lacking self-esteem? Is anyone talking about building self-esteem from within? Are We in the Midst of a Low […]

Ready Post: Pandemic, Political, and Seasonal Pressures: How to Protect Your Addiction Recovery

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Like many people, you may have been excited to see the previous year come to an end. Last year brought so much with it that you may still be overwhelmed by the stress. Dealing with a pandemic and political upheaval hasn’t been easy for anyone. If you’re in recovery for an addiction, all of this […]

Ready Post: How Life Coaching Can Help You Set Personal Goals (and Achieve Them!)

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Most people have heard of life coaching before. Still, there are far too many misconceptions as to what it is or how it can help. Actually, life coaching is a great option for anyone trying to take control of their lives or set and achieve their goals.  To be clear, life coaching is different from […]

Ready Post: Learning Disability: How to Explain Your Child’s Challenges to Others

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When your child has a learning disability, it can take you some time to cope and adjust to it yourself. Once you have, how can you talk to others about it, so they understand?  There can be things that hold you back, at first. You might be worried that others think you are overprotective. Or […]

Ready Post: Adjusting to a New School Year Can Be Difficult for a Child with Autism – 5 Tips for Parents

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Getting ready for a new school year can have its challenges for any child. But if your child has autism, those challenges can be more unique and the experience more difficult.  For children on the autism spectrum, it’s usually the anxiety and the fear of the unknown that can make things problematic. That’s especially true […]

Ready Post: Is the Relationship Affected When She’s Smarter Than Him?

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It is said that opposites attract. While opposites in romantic relationships can often be helpful, they can also pose a unique set of challenges for both partners. Successful relationships are achieved through a delicate balance of each partner’s strengths, weaknesses, and personality traits. When the scale is tipped dramatically in one direction, the balance is […]

Ready Post: 6 Ways to Relieve Built-Up Stress During Home Renovations

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The walls have been stripped down to the studs, the kitchen is an explosion of pipes and wires, and let’s not even get started with the bathrooms! The words “remodeling your home” and “stress” seem to go hand-in-hand. Remodeling is certainly a big commitment, both in time and finances. Plus you never quite know what to […]

Ready Post: How to Manage the Thoughts Behind Your Erectile Dysfunction

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Despite erectile dysfunction (ED) being a physical symptom, the thoughts that you think can make the condition worse. As you may have expected, your mental health plays a huge role in how your body performs in sexual situations. Even when there are other medical causes for ED, dysfunctional thoughts can spiral an intimate moment into […]

Ready Post: Pro Athlete Tips: How to Reach Your Full Potential

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Every serious athlete wants to achieve peak performance in their sport. These are not the folks who get together for a pickup basketball game after work or play softball on weekends (although those are fun, and you should absolutely do them if that’s your thing). Rather, athletes who are dedicated to a sport and are […]