Do You Add to Calmness or to Drama?

It’s Easy to Fall Into The Drama Ditch I think the bottom line most critical skill for us as leaders of our lives and models for our children is to keep our ground no matter what is going on around us or within us. Think back to the last …

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Do Rules Work?

One of my own mentors, Paul Evans, sent a quote to me the other day that’s good to think about. “When values conflict with behaviors and behaviors conflict with values we make rules.” I’ve been concerned for a decade now about the increasing jungle of rules and prohibitions placed …

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Teaching Thankfulness To Ourselves and Our Children

Would you prefer to listen to this article? Use the audio player below. Thanksgiving is a natural time for teaching thankfulness. From an adult’s point of view, Thanksgiving and the following holidays often bring a higher degree of work and responsibility than our usual routine. If we are …

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Is Your Osteoporosis Caused By Prescription Drugs?

Osteoporosis affects more than 40 million people in the United States, mostly women who are menopausal. Pat Collins, D.Ph., is a pharmacist who consults with patients about drug interactions and effects. She wrote this article pointing out the relationship of osteoporosis to some prescription drugs. Being informed about …

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