When You’re On Your Last Nerve…

For the past two weeks, my friend Steve has been writing about his personal experiences with ADHD. I admire his honesty and vulnerability to share such a personal part of his life. Whether we have a child with a learning disability or one who is experimenting with drugs and alcohol

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Encourage Your Student to Take a Fresh Look at Herself—Through Someone Else’s Eyes

Today’s post comes from our guest blogger, Tami Campbell of Level Up Career Services.   Not long ago, I had the opportunity to work with a charming young lady. We had gotten to know each other because I frequented a coffee shop where she worked. She needed to create a

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3 Ways To Help Your Child Be A Boss

As I was cleaning out my attic a few weeks ago, I found a little blast from my past. When I was about 10 years old, my best friend and I decided to start a Welch’s Grape Juice Fan Club. We wrote to the Welch Company and told them of

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How to Communicate With Daughters

Listen. Just listen. Today I decided to write specifically about our daughters. And about our mothers. When I was growing up, I didn’t think a lot about what my mother was going through. Now I wonder: When I was a senior, did she worry about my driving? Did she worry

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How to Stop Worry During Your Child’s Senior Year

Your child is a senior in high school, which means you are more worried about him/her than ever. My daughter’s senior year of high school was awful. She broke up with her long-time boyfriend. She could not make up her mind about what college to attend. She was cranky and irritable

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