You Are Responsible for These Six Basic Needs
Most of us aren't aware of these six basic human needs. Not only is it important to learn about these needs, but it's essential to learn how to meet these needs ourselves.
No one is responsible to meet our needs but...
How to Catch the Adversary’s Most Common Lies
The adversary's job is to make our life hard. He is so envious of our bodies and experiences that he hopes to taint every aspect of being a human.
His specific tactics may vary depending on what our individual...
Interview With Stephanie Francom: Healing Through Writing
We may think that the stories we tell about our own experiences have to be all rainbows and unicorns, but there is a healing power when you tell your story.
It brings generations together and gives our children hope...
Emotional Resilience Preparation for Missionaries
You’ll get your missionaries suits, white shirts, sturdy shoes, and a bike.
But did you teach your missionary how to fail?
Do they know which coping skills to use?
Do they know how to handle stress?
Can they clearly...
Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria (RSD) and ADHD
Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria or RSD is an overwhelming emotional sensation that a person may experience in response to an actual or perceived rejection or criticism. It is a serious condition that can result in low...
Creating Success for Your ADHD Kid in School
I used to think that if I was a good parent, my kids would excel in school. I did all the things and all the extra stuff that I thought really made a difference and felt really good about myself.
Then I had a couple...
ADHD's Amazing Superpowers
Although it's easy to look at all of the difficulties that ADHD brings, people with this type of brain has amazing superpowers.
I am so stinking excited...
The Ups and Downs of ADHD in the Home (Tips and Tricks I Love)
ADD is a place where we are constant reminders for our kids. They get distracted super easily - and even though you reminded them 30 seconds ago, you may be reminding them another 12 times in the next 15 minutes....
All About ADHD
According to ADDmagazine.com see reference here, about 6.1 million (9.4%) of children between the ages of 2 and 17 have been diagnosed with ADD.
This figure includes:
388,000 (2.4 percent) of young children aged 2...
Overcoming Crippling Perfectionism
Perfectionism is one of the most common issues I come across when working with clients. As adults, many of us have chosen or become “perfectionists” but the youth nowadays are facing an epidemic of perfectionism as...
The Hidden Strength Behind Naming Emotions
Today’s podcast, We’ll unpack why the power of simply naming emotions is just that - powerful.
If you ask someone the number of emotions they could name in one minute, the answer will be an average of 11. Eleven...
The Proven Impact of Positive Affirmations and Power Words
Affirmations can help you create new things in your life. You use them all the time, but most of us don’t recognize them. We get caught up in a trap of negative self-talk and seeing things through negative tinted...