Tag Archive: parenting

Sep 29

Need Deprivation that Causes Serious Problems in our Youth

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Over the last few years, our community has suffered far too many losses.   I feel very much empathy for the family members. I am not even capable of comprehending what they have been through. I’m afraid they were focused on thinking way too much about what they might have done wrong, what they might …

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Jun 10

4 Components Adding Up To Raise (Or Not) Narcissistic Children

Narcissistic people can be very difficult to deal with: they are self-absorbed, they focus on themselves, they might be hyper-arrogant, demanding, entitled and there is no way you could convince them to take responsibility for their action. None of us dream to raise children who will then look through us or exploit us when they …

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Feb 26

4 Reasons Why ADHD Is Epidemic in America (but not in Europe)

Considering ADHD our focus might be in the wrong place   Thanks to the challenge made by one professor of pediatrics, the ADHD argument received new momentum recently. In his published opinion, “ADHD does disservice to children as a diagnosis,” Dimitri Christakis, of Seattle Children’s Hospital said he considers that the “attentional capacity” varies from …

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May 27

Acknowledge Feelings

Acknowledge Understand Accept Empathize Importance is in this order         When I was a new immigrant to America, iI was exposed to many unfamiliar things coupled with complete bewilderment. Shortly thereafter, I was attending a local college to learn English as a second language. At the end of the year, I was …

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Jul 09

Positive Psychology – with Honesty and Modesty

Positive Psychology Truly Can Improve Our Quality Of Life   I believe I am one of the few people who are the most committed to positive psychology. I am an incurable optimist. I love to refer the old psychologist example of the glass half full – half empty pointing out the attitude differences among people. I …

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