Your living space is tied directly to how you see yourself, the things you believe you could do and how you treat yourself. The environment we are surrounded by and our living spaces can be a reflection of how you relate to the world and people in it.
As we come to the end of 2017, we have so much to be thankful for and so many things to look forward to. We often forget to celebrate the wins that happen during our journey towards the ultimate goals we set for ourselves.
These wins, regardless of how big or small should be recognized and celebrated as much as possible!
Can you believe it's almost Halloween? Well, we've put together a few tips that will help you enjoy Halloween and be safe at the same time! Most of us may already know these helpful tips but it never hurts to say them again and again and again! They say Repetition is the Mother of all Learning!
Wishing all trick-or-treaters a Safe and Kind Halloween!
Assuming children to do the same thing in the same way as each other can reduce individual creativity, cause low self-esteem, and eventually create a rivalry. Above all else, children are looking to their parents for the clues they need to be successful. If you encourage a sibling rivalry, then expect to have one that you’ll need to manage.
Our Therapist is in the house and we know she always has some golden nuggets for us to implement in our everyday lives! Our children learn what emotions are and how to or how not to respond to them from us. Therapist, Takiyah Joseph explains how our personality traits play a huge part in our children's emotional wheelhouse!
Many of us subconsciously walk around with limiting thought patterns learned during early childhood. Unfortunately, these are beliefs that may not be true but were continuously modeled for us before we could even walk. One way we can begin correcting the cycle of self-negativity are Daily Affirmations. And No, you can never start too early.