Archive for Social Science

Kids and Social Sciences

August 13, 2013 No Comments

Kids and Social Sciences There are many kids who are not interested in social sciences. This is because they are more into math, sciences and if not they are preoccupied with computer games and smartphone apps. Parents must make sure that they are not left behind in their social science studies. Here are some... continue reading...

7 Tips for Being a True Friend

May 24, 2012 No Comments

7 Tips for Being a True Friend It seems so hard these days to find time to get together with friends. You try to make plans and something comes up or you pick at day and one of the kids gets sick – yadda, yadda, yadda… So, how can you make your friendships work with all these forces working against you... continue reading...

Meet the Possible First Ladies (or Gentleman)

January 2, 2012 No Comments

Meet the Possible First Ladies (or Gentleman) Michelle Obama may have great arms and expensive fashions but it isn’t a given she’ll still be our first lady come January of 2013. As the Iowa caucuses heat up tomorrow, we will see who’s really in the running. So who are the people who could be our next firs... continue reading...

6 Tips for Making Lasting Resolutions

January 1, 2012 No Comments

6 Tips for Making Lasting Resolutions You woke up this morning and thought about your New Year’s resolution. Did you do anything about it or did you roll over and sleep a little longer? The vast majority of people who make resolutions don’t keep them – why? Probably because they are too daunting, too... continue reading...

6 Secrets for a Good Speaking Voice

August 6, 2011 No Comments

6 Secrets for a Good Speaking Voice Some says it’s not what you say but how you say it. This comes through in an intriguing way in a study Dr. Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D. has written about. At Stanford University in 2002, a study was conducted where a professor made recordings of doctor... continue reading...

5 Secrets Revealed for Negotiating with Your Kids

August 4, 2011 No Comments

5 Secrets Revealed for Negotiating with Your Kids Like a good sales person, kids understand very quickly that “no” is an open door for almost everyone. The selling starts then. As parents, we can incorporate the techniques of top-level negotiators by starting with no. According to coach and t... continue reading...

New Group Offers Resources for Conservative Parents

July 12, 2011 No Comments

New Group Offers Resources for Conservative Parents A trip to the library or listening to what our Secretary of Education wants our kids to learn can be very discouraging if you are a parent who leans to the right on the political scale. Certain political agendas and socialist/communist ideas jus... continue reading...

Why Parents Should Not Wish for a Gifted Athlete in their Child

January 4, 2011 No Comments

Why Parents Should Not Wish for a Gifted Athlete in their Child What parent doesn’t daydream about their child winning a full ride scholarship for a sport they started at age 4? Most people think that possibility is only for the “gifted” athletes- those kids who are naturally strong, nimble, coordina... continue reading...

4 Super Simple Tips for Fighting the Winter Blues

December 29, 2010 No Comments

4 Super Simple Tips for Fighting the Winter Blues Ok, here we go – a new year is fast approaching. The fun and excitement of the holidays is almost over and the doldrums of the cold winter weather may soon be approaching (or already here if you’ve been pounded by the snow recently). Many people experie... continue reading...

An Unconventional Way to Help You Address Your Life Issues

December 16, 2010 No Comments

An Unconventional Way to Help You Address Your Life Issues “Look into my eyes…” What do you think of when you hear that?  A gypsy fortune teller? The traveling apothecary salesman from “The Wizard of Oz”? Patrick Jane, the main character of the hit show “The Mentalist”? Richard Barker ... continue reading...

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