How Beliefs Create Our Life

How our beliefs create our life Since every day we seem to be bombarded with more and more stress, Alex and I would like to share some simple tips, and stories in my new podcast series, ‘Did You Know?’ to help you keep your head screwed on straight in these challenging times and create a…

Inner Voice

The importance of your inner voice Since every day we seem to be bombarded with more and more stress, Alex and I would like to share some simple tips, and stories in my new podcast series, ‘Did You Know?’ to help you keep your head screwed on straight in these challenging times and create a…

Support can Change the Brain

This short video talks about how both early childhood trauma and early childhood support changes the brain. It also explains how one secure attachment with a daycare provider, preschool teacher, or other adult in a child’s life, even if there are no secure attachments in the home, can give a child a seed for resiliency.…

Guidelines

Stay connected to your values by navigating life from your internal GPS!  Since every day we seem to be bombarded with more and more stress, Alex and I would like to share some simple tips, and stories in my new podcast series, ‘Did You Know?’ to help you keep your head screwed on straight in…

What We Believe

In this short video, Dr. Bruce Lipton talks about how the function of the mind is to create coherence between what we believe and the reality that we experience. He then goes on to show us the different ways that dis-ease can be created. About 2500 years ago, the Buddhists said that “what we think…

Right Timing

The difference between mindless avoidance and mindful delay Since every day we seem to be bombarded with more and more stress, Alex and I would like to share some simple tips, and stories in my new podcast series, ‘Did You Know?’ to help you keep your head screwed on straight in these challenging times and…

Listen With Our Heart

When my son was young I spent many an hour watching Mister Rogers with him. I loved Mister Roger’s slow and easy manner, his clear intention to instill great values, and strong self-esteem in young minds. I also loved seeing the many wonderful ways he conveyed his core statements: “There is only one you!” “I…

Thoughts

“Self-discipline comes from mastering your thoughts. If you can’t control what you think you can’t control what you do.”—Randy Pausch Since every day we seem to be bombarded with more and more stress, Alex and I would like to share some simple tips, and stories in my new podcast series, ‘Did You Know?’ to help…

Abuse Can Damage the Brain

Research has shown that childhood abuse can damage the brain and reduce it up to 10 percent in size. This in turn can then create functional abnormalities of one’s mood and thinking process. Western science used to believe that by young adulthood the brain had lost its capacity for radical change, which meant that brain damage…