Archive for the 'Parenting' Category

Feb 2, Gloria Dunn-Violin, ReVivement: Post-Retirement Thriving! – Emotional Pro

February 3rd, 2017

Want to Have A Life After Making a Living? As you know, my husband, Bob, died in early 2016. I was 73. What to do with the rest of my life? My decision was to surge forward. I became aware that after 53 years of adult living, I was responsible for—and beholden to—no one but myself. […]

Jan 26, Kim Knight, Bullying: Lifelong Consequences & 3 Steps Out! – Emotional Pro

January 27th, 2017

Jan 26, Kim Knight, Bullying: Lifelong Consequences & 3 Steps Out! Bullying: Lifelong Consequences & 3 Steps Out!  Years ago I met a woman from New Zealand online. She was working with emotions in ways that intrigued me. We began corresponding. When she came to the US for training, she stayed with me and my […]

Jan 19, Raphael Cushnir: Emotional Connection – Emotional Pro

January 19th, 2017

Start with Your Emotions; Live Life from Inside, Out. Most people live their lives from “Outside, In.” We talk about “what happens” to us, what others “do” to us, how others “make us feel.” We get concerned about how we look on the outside, what others think of us, and how we are doing in the […]

Dec 15, Arlene Gale: Face Forward, Move Forward – Emotional Pro

December 17th, 2016

Dec 15, Arlene Gale: Face Forward, Move Forward Move Past the Pain of Experience by Becoming Non-resistant! Recently someone commented to me that I must have had a very difficult time this year, emotionally speaking, because of the upheaval and change I experienced. When I replied that it really hasn’t been bad, he said: “Oh, come […]

Nov 17, Ransom Stephens: Left Brain Speaks, the Right Brain Laughs – Emotional Pro

November 17th, 2016

You Mean I’m Not “Right Brain” or “Left Brain”? Opening Remarks: Oh, no! Another perfectly good belief that has allowed us to understand and work with ourselves for many years needs to be tossed! Instead, we apparently maintain our brains like a well-working two-party legislative system: We collaborate “across the aisle” between the two hemispheres! Find out how […]

October 20, Chase Baliey, Chase ‘N Yur Face: Cooking on YouTube – Emotional Pro

October 21st, 2016

Good Nutrition—and Creativity—Can Help with Autism! Don’t you just love the double meaning of this young man’s YouTube show and cookbook? Every one of us has challenges in life. But, as my friend, motivational speaker W. Mitchell, has said, “It’s not what happens to you that matters; it’s what you do about it.” The delight of […]

Oct 13: Eric Walrabenstein: Waging Inner Peace: Vets & PTSD – Emotional Pro

October 15th, 2016

Emotions of Trauma Can Be Healed. When I saw the promise: “How 5000 Veterans Used the Ancient Secrets of Yoga and Mindfulness to Reclaim Their Lives from Stress, and How You Can, Too” I acted to bring the developer and director of Operation Boot Strap to Full Power Living. If PTSD from war can be eased […]

Sept 22, Devorah Heitner, Screenwise: Raising Digital Natives – Emotional Pro

September 22nd, 2016

I’m Waiting for My Child to Help Me with Facebook! The stuff of cartoons, stand-up-comics, and real-life parents! Our children entered a world we can learn about, in retrospect, but which does not really come “naturally” to us. How do we keep from feeling intimidated. How do we keep up—or ahead? How do we survive those […]

John James Grief Recovery From Today's Many Losses – Emotional Pro

July 28th, 2016

How Much Grief Can We Take? Not only do we have a rapidly-changing world, requiring us to “let go of the old” with great frequency, but we also encounter personal losses–of people, places, pets and dreams. Add to that that our entire world is undergoing change at a very rapid pace, and you’ll understand that grief […]

Carla Van Ray Healing From Abuse – Emotional Pro

July 21st, 2016

We expect people who have been abused, either in childhood or later in their adult lives, to carry anger, scars and pain for the rest of their lives. But abuse can be healed! It’s not actually easy to heal abuse when we are confined to our everyday world, because it’s difficult to see why such […]

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