Tag Archives: Happiness

Weird, Crazy, or Insane?

Nurturing has its challenges and we often call surprising actions weird, such as the green and purple streaks in your son’s friends hair when really we mean, “My how creative you are. What possessed you to be brave?” As nurturers … Continue reading

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Are You Making This Common Parenting Mistake? | Live Happy Magazine

Who needs super parents when we can be good, happy ones instead? Source: Are You Making This Common Parenting Mistake? | Live Happy Magazine

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Remember to Play! [VIDEO] | Live Happy Magazine

Play can be just as important as work—if not more—in our overscheduled lives. Watch this video from Happier.TV to find out why. Source: Remember to Play! [VIDEO] | Live Happy Magazine

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Happiness: A Brain Thing

We all experience disappointments, overwhelm, anxiety, fear–sometimes all at the same time. We try to process the why and it is easy to look out in the world and find negative contributing factors. Five minutes of watching the news decreases … Continue reading

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Happiness Trending

Retraining your brain to focus on happiness takes the right tools.  Check out the ten ways to improve your perspective here. May you thrive in creating your well-being.

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Weaknesses are Potential Strengths

How many times have you identified a weakness and then set out to make improvements but fall short of your goals or do well for a time and then drop back?  We are not wired in our brains for some … Continue reading

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Failure is an Option

I’m Guilty, I confess, I’ve tried to keep my offspring from failure by helping them with skills and drills.  However, unexpected scores or outcomes were not condemned, instead we would seek out answers and find ways to learn from mistakes. … Continue reading

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