Yes, There is Life After Divorce!

As someone that has been through a bitter divorce and came out the other side thanks to my incredible divorce attorney, I will tell you point-blank – there is life after divorce. There is even romance after divorce.  If you were in a committed long term relationship that ended in divorce, and you are seriously considering dating again, then this will assist you in… gaining clarity about where you are in the process what you want from a relationship how…

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Are Parents Outsourcing Parenting?

I have always marveled at some of my client parents who find it impossible to say “no” to their children.  Some of these have been high powered professionals who wouldn’t hesitate to fire an employee who was messing up, and are aggressive at asserting themselves across the board.  No problem there.  But these same people will melt and become helpless when challenged by their children.  When the subject is their children, these same high powered professionals almost ooze fear that if…

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Solving Bullying In School

A major issue in schools nationally is the issue of bullying.  Most states have initiated legislation in an attempt to curb bullying, through providing consequences against the bully. This issue of bullying resonates to the staff at private residential emotional growth and therapeutic boarding schools and programs because so many of the students enrolled have either been bullies or their victims, and sometimes both.  The issue is so common that having to deal with it in these schools and programs is…

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The Power of Asking for Support

“How in the world am I going to do this?” I wondered to myself. After two years of market research, trials and errors, self-exploration, and overcoming self-doubts and fears, I had finally identified my niche target market and my service offerings. I was finally ready to go full speed ahead and serve others, make a lot of money, and change the world. One tiny problem, overworked and underpaid in my nonprofit job, I had no money for web design, website…

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Are Fathers Necessary?

Father’s Day seems to bring this question up more often every year.  After years of sitcoms and advertisements usually showing fathers as well meaning dunderheads, and divorce courts seeing fathers as primarily “money-making machines,” there does seem to be a wide spread sense in our society that fathers are incidental.  Many seem to have the attitude that they might be nice to have around, but the real work of raising a child is done by the mother, to the extent that…

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Mom Becomes an Internet Business Consultant

If you have a good knowledge about online and e-business and the process of working of the online marketplace, then you must consider starting a career or perhaps a home based business by becoming an internet business consultant. Even if you are not an expert of the online business world, but have a background of marketing education and work experience, you can still go for a career in the field of internet business consultation. The only thing that is required…

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Set Up Your Own Spa Day at Home

It’s been a long day and you have been working really hard. The day has brought you lots of stress and now it’s time to make that stress go away. Relax – you deserve it. Now, going to the spa may not be in your immediate budget but, did you know that you can enjoy the spa without spending a fortune? Below are some tips on how you can set up your very own spa at home. Moms are notorious…

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It’s Easy to Commit to Change

At this time of the year, we still see people get excited about the possibility of introducing changes in their lives. People still talk about their personal New Year’s resolutions. Sadly, we see that many of the resolutions mentioned by people we know are most likely forgotten even before February even ends. Why does this happen? How can someone go from being so excited about something to all but forgetting it? When you look at the psychology of things, it…

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Do you know why goal setting is important?

During this month, I know a lot of moms are into setting goals for this new year. Are you one of them? We shouldn’t set goals – just because it’s the new year or just because everyone else is. We do – because we want to achieve something important. Achieving our goals however relies on five criteria for the goals to be effective. Express goals in a positive manner. Set precise goals. Arrange your goals according to your priorities. Write…

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Why Would You Set Yourself Up For Failure?

Have you ever tried to make a change in your life and got frustrated because it didn’t go as you had planned? It’s natural to think that you have failed when things like this happen. Sometimes, you can even catch yourself replaying the the situation over and over in your head, thinking about what you could have done differently. Have you ever thought about this … that you may possibly be setting yourself up for failure? Sometimes, we don’t realize…

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