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Teach your child moral values!

Children spontaneously develop moral motives, an inclination to care about others and treat them kindly and fairly, at a very young age. But they also develop aggressive, greedy and selfish motives. Both kinds of motives are part of every child’s nature and will create tension throughout the child’s life. However, children’s moral motives are readily susceptible to moral instruction by …

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Always Angry ?

Anger is a difficult emotion. Modern anger therapies have made great progress in treating angry people. They recognize that anger can be destructive to one’s relationships and teach them to understand manage and redirect their anger appropriately. Anger involves the mind, the body, and the ineffective behavioral habits that people have acquired over the years in coping with emotions. People …

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Is Your Child Angry?

Is your child angry? Is his behavior aggressive? Are you turned off by your child’s aggressive behavior? Does your child have challenging relationships with peers? Does your child have a poor self image? Clinical and field studies of aggressive boys in angry families show that a pattern of violence and disobedience is established early, and quickly get out of control …

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Parenting From The Heart

Do you have a strong willed child? Do you know how and when to discipline your child? Are you disciplining your child more and getting less cooperation from him? Correction and discipline are definitely part of parenting but they are not the most important part, they are just the top of the iceberg. Often though when disciplining or correcting a …

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Harmful ways to deal with anger

Throughout the western world, the popular wisdom has for many years been that anger should be expressed. It was seen as healthy. Clients were often advised even by therapists, to release, even unleash, their anger without any regard to the consequences on relationships. Anger was described by many psychotherapists as a strong feeling that when unexpressed, could be internalized and …

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Is Your Relationship Healthy?

Is the communication between you and your partner open or a constant issue? Do you try to fix or control one another? Do you feel distant and/or disconnected? Are you able to express your needs and feelings? Do either of you seem to always have to be right? Are conflicts directly resolved or do they go unresolved? Do you trust …

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Successful Relationships: Myths & Reality

A successful marriage can only happen if first and foremost, the husband and wife are friends. Romance is great, but it fades in and out; so don’t depend on that to keep you together. This perspective contradicts the popular notion that says couples need to be “soul mates,” “in love,” or even “compatible” before marrying. Such sentimental talk ignores the …

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Preventing & Treating Depression

Antidepressant medications are often prescribed to adults and even to children to help them deal with depression. Research shows that when adults just take medications they have to deal with numerous side effects and have a high rate of recurrent depressions. However, there is little to no data regarding children and the potential long term effects of these medications on …

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Keys To Resolving Conflicts

Are you continually in conflict with your spouse, your children, your boss and/or your colleagues? Do you believe that there’s a problem but it always seems to be the other person’s fault? Do you have challenges seeing your part in the problem? Are you resisting the possibility that you might have or you are contributing to the problem? Resolving conflicts …

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Slow to Anger

“Hesitation is the best cure for anger…The first blows of anger are heavy, but if it waits, it will think again” – Seneca

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