The Advice From Mr. Rogers We Really Need Right Now
"'Look For The Helpers': Quote From Mr. Rogers That We Really Need Right Now" from HuffPost. In response to recent violence and disasters, HuffPost shares the link to Mr. Roger's tips for helping children cope.“When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, 'Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping." Click the pic for more suggestions for supporting children in the wake of tragedy.
"4 Simple Steps to Reinventing Your Life" byPeter Field for HuffPost. Are you stuck in a rut? Feel like your living someone else's idea of what your life should be? Ready to start living your authentic life out loud. Click the pic to explore 4 steps to help you liberate your self-imprisoned splendor and begin stepping into your greatness!
"10 Lab-Tested Ways to Bring Out the Best in People" by Jena Pincott for Oprah Magazine. The best of human nature—generosity, compassion, cooperation, selflessness—surfaced in these studies. Of course, the goal is to draw out a person's good side, not exploit it. Use your powers wisely. Click the pic for more.
"How to Fix a Broken Heart" by Padma Atluri. What's the best way to get over love gone bad? Eternal optimist Padma Atluri consults her crystal ball. Her suggestion will help you laugh (always helpful) on the way to the ultimate answer: FIND HOPE! Click the pic to laugh and hope again.
This article by Kate Bratskeir which was published in The Huffington Post on 16th September is a great summary of some happiness habits which are definitely worth acquiring. Enjoy! Martin Seligman, the father of positive psychology, theorizes that while 60 percent of happiness is determined by our genetics and environment, the remaining 40 percent is up to us. In […]
Deborah's 8/22/2012 blog "10 Common Sources of Stress." Ask people why they’re stressed and they’re likely to say that it’s these infernal deadlines or too much work and too little staff, or perhaps the family’s overpacked schedules. And while these can certainly add to a pressure-cooker atmosphere, they’re not really the greatest cause. At fault more than anything is the tremendous internal pressure and anxiety that we create for ourselves through the following...Click the pic for more.