Category Archives: Parent

What’s your Theme for 2018

My theme and keyword for 2018 is “Freedom”. Freedom from my inner negative loop that keeps playing on repeat in my head. Freedom from my addiction to sugar. I will now look at what I eat as part of my … Continue reading

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Tips for a great 2018

Tips For A Great New Year: By: Diane Lang   We all want to start the New Year off right. We think to ourselves, this will be the year: I lose weight, start exercising, eat better, reconnect with old friends, … Continue reading

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Re-evaluating yourself

Re-Evaluating: By: Diane Lang  Every few months. we should take some time to re-evaluate and check in with ourselves. This can be done by asking yourself some questions and being honest with the answers. Once you finish the questions, you … Continue reading

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I’m Scared, Are you?

I’m Scared, Are You? By: Diane Lang I’m scared Are you? Feels good to admit it. We try so hard to hide it, we put on our masks and pretend all is well. For some, they avoid their fear. They … Continue reading

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The Fear behind Grief

 The fear behind grief comes from our fear of never being healed. – We think of healed as cured. – We think if we reach “healed”, all is well. – What we tend to forget is that there will be … Continue reading

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The Importance of Empathy

If we all decided to be empathetic listeners, we could change this world. We could change our relationships for the better. When we listen to others through empathy, we find connection and understanding. We realize how similar our worlds and … Continue reading

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Being a Positive Parent

I recently taught a training on being a positive parent. Parenting classes used to be about changing the child but being a positive parent is about changing yourself . Children learn through observation, imitation and role modeling so when you … Continue reading

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