Many teenagers look for part-time jobs to earn some money and gain job experience. However, what many high schoolers don't realize is that they're also gaining important and relevant work experience and exercising crucial social skills. Many part-time jobs that high school students work lend opportunities for social growth and the ability to learn about teamwork, responsibility, and respect.
Jan 23, 2021
Times are a changing, the thing is they are always changing. We can learn a lot from our kiddos. Kids are resilient, and have the ability to quickly adapt. Why? Because they live in the present moment.
Watch them play with their toys, interact with a sibling, watch a show. They tune right in. As they get older the conditions and beliefs of life /parents are bestowed upon them. If you see your older kids full of worry, practice demonstrating how to be more present with them. Practice living in the present moment.
Jan 21, 2021
Peggy: I was a psychotherapist in private practice and I would read books and articles to keep up with the current science on therapy. After reading a book on biology and violence, I realized there was a lot of research on the brain that I had missed. I began avidly reading neuroscience. I used what I learned both with myself and with my clients.
Peggy: After my fellow psychotherapist Judy Westerfield and I retired, we decided to write the blog MAXyourMIND to share information on mental and emotional well-being we had used in a combined 60+ years of practice. We also focus on current neuroscience research.
Jan 11, 2021
The key to leading a long, healthy life is to make healthy choices a habit. Starting these habits as early as possible can help to ensure that your kids are able to lead happy, healthy lives. The average American has a life expectancy of 78 years, but that number changes based on income level, region, and some other demographic descriptors. To help your child live a long life, you can help them develop healthy habits as early as possible. The tips below are a few ways you can set your child up for healthy habits they can use for years to come.
Dec 29, 2020
As a parent, you want your children to grow up and pursue a career they feel passionate about after they graduate from high school and perhaps college or trade school. Within towns and cities, there are several jobs that offer ample opportunity for community engagement, which may be something your teen desires in a career. Here are some community-based careers your teen can consider as you guide them in figuring out their post-high school graduation plans.
Dec 19, 2020
|Parenting With The Four Clairs|
Children tend to stay fully awake until around age 7, then conditioning and societal beliefs begin to shut down their natural openness and awareness. You can help your child remain an awake intuitive by encouraging them to share openly with you, without judgement and by encouraging them to tap into their intuition. Children are awake beings coming to live out this life. Oftentimes past life memories are completely shut off so they can focus on this life and sometimes its the opposite, they come in fully awake with the knowledge they left with and are rearing and ready to go. If you are choosing to raise your child in an awakened conscious way its important to know the four clairs.
In our free guide we share what the four clairs are, some guidance and a list of resources for diving in deeper.
365 Days Of Intentional Conscious Parenting. A calendar for parents, grandparents and families on a conscious parenting path.
Each month features intentional conscious parenting tips from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten.
These tips are snippets from their blog, Intentional Conscious Parenting and their book, 10 Ways To Parent Consciously; Parenting In The New Paradigm.
This parenting calendar is a great reminder each month to support you on your conscious parenting path. The perfect accessory to add to your home, playroom, kitchen, or office. Keep track of your important dates, your kids activities, school and family events.
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The time has come. Your child -- well, young adult -- is ready to move out. You're likely feeling an influx of emotions, such as happiness, relief, worry, concern, and even a sense of accomplishment that your kid feels ready to move out on their own. What can you do to help your young adult in the process of finding an apartment or house, finding roommates, plan their finances, and essentially be ready to live on their own? Here are some steps and tips you can follow to help you through this process.
Dec 15, 2020
It Time To Prioritize You!
Dec 5, 2020
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Co-parenting during the holidays is always tough. One of the biggest issues that divorcing parents struggle with is custody. Figuring out how to divvy up special days like the holidays is particularly challenging. But even if you've had a typical routine regarding who gets which holidays, that may have been thrown into chaos this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
General guidelines regarding COVID-19 advise that people social distance as much as possible. This means that families were advised to stay within their own households over the holidays, remaining at home rather than visiting extended family as they normally would. But what happens when your family has more than one household and normally has children move between different households throughout the holidays? This can disrupt your normal plans and force you to negotiate around the custody agreement that you already have in place.