3 Important Lessons to Help Your Family Deal with Loss

The last two weeks have been a reminder of how fragile our life can be. As many of you know, we lost a dear young friend in a tragic car accident two weeks ago. Our young family friend- Emily Martinez, passed away Monday, March 6th at 1am when her vehicle hit a tree and went…

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How to Become Aware of Negative Emotions

How To Become Aware Of Negative Emotions

Emotions are God given feelings which allow us to experience the world around us. In essence, emotions are neither positive or negative, but because through them we experience positive or negative feelings, we refer to the emotions themselves as positive or negative.   The overload of negative emotions that have not been processed causes us…

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What’s the Difference Between Conditional and Unconditional Love?

The topic of conditional and unconditional love is addressed with almost every client I work with.  Although some people would say “If it’s conditional, then it’s not really love,”  it is just a way of speaking. We use “conditional” as a framework of what we are speaking about.   When I address the topic of…

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The Stuck Mother- 3 Reasons She Stays There

The world changes and grows, but life for the “stuck” mother doesn’t… The house is an unequivocal chaos of dirty laundry, shoes, toys and knick knacks… day after day. The children raise their high pitched voices even to the point of whining and manipulating, so she can come to their rescue… hour after hour. Her…

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Why Teaching Business Skills to Your Children Pays Off

I never imagined that teaching business skills to my children would pay off… What started as simple curiosity and a desire to make money from an adorable 7 year old, turned into a lifetime of passion and a practical way for him to make a living. Today, Alexis is 18 and he is not afraid…

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The ONE Technique to Help Your Child (and You) Have a Better Attitude

Can you recall the first time your toddler got her first rush of independence by noticeably getting angry, frowning eyebrows, crossed arms and all? I can… In fact, I recall that moment for each one of my six children. The desperate feeling in me and the defiant spirit in him were no match for each…

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Independent vs. Familial Culture- Could Living In The U.S. Be Hurting Your Family?

Could Living In The U.S. Be Hurting Your Family

It is no surprise the United States of America prides itself in being an independent nation with independent thinkers and independent actions. But could this way of thinking be hurting the family? When children reach 18 years of age, we “send them off” to college in expectancy that they will finish maturing and so they…

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Why So Many Leaders Fail and End Up Losing Everything

Every couple of months we hear of a “famous” person in our society, niche or circle of influence who got into a tight spot with the law, their community or their marriage. When we watch the news or read the posts about such situations, we are deeply saddened because in a way we are looking…

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Review of Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey’s LEGEND

“The Greatest Show on Earth” they call it and with due reason the circus could be considered the oldest and greatest show in the history of mankind. The word CIRCUS immediately triggers memories of childhood and of laughter, cotton candy, popcorn, clowns and magnificent airborne acrobats who swing from side to side without fear! Our…

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Why Teaching Your Children About Business is Good for their Financial Future

From watching my boys handle money at a very young age, I learned that encouraging a child to start a small business is the absolute best thing we could do for him/her. From budgeting, saving and spending, my boys became acquainted with money and developed a strong value for money. Whereas they would have carelessly…

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