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Winning Is Easier Than Losing!

Since we’re already suffering on the path of defeat, why not invest a little bit of that suffering to put us onto the road of victory? Once we learn how to win, you’ll see life gets easier, and the on-going necessary work to keep winning doesn’t hurt as much as the work when one is losing.

Healing From Childhood Trauma: 7 Ways Parents Can Help Their Teen Develop Resilience

Childhood trauma is one of the biggest problems experienced by children and teens, which is often hidden in plain sight. Sadly, childhood trauma can go untreated and result in unhealthy choices and a self-destructive path as children enter adolescence and young adulthood. However, there are steps that parents can actively take in helping their teens to heal from their experience and develop the resilience to lead healthy lives.

One’s Outlook Determines One’s Outcome!

There are pessimists and there are optimists. Pessimists do indeed live a little bit in the ‘real world’ than optimists do. However, optimists are indeed better at creating the world that they want to live in. Which one are you?

In Crisis Mode: Excessive Student Absences and Truancy

Under the Obama administration, billions of tax dollars have been spent “reforming” public education, yet student performance continues to lag. Meanwhile, not on its agenda are the effects of poverty, inadequate parenting, rampant absenteeism, and truancy, and much the shame.

The 2015 Suicide Epidemic Even Among the Young: Stats, Facts, and Resources

On average, an American takes his or her own life every 12.5 minutes, with some 40,000 dying at their own hand every year. Indeed, suicide is now the tenth leading cause of death in this country, and the second leading cause of death for our 10- to 24-year-olds. What’s more, suicide rates continue to climb and now, for the first time, account for more deaths than car crashes.

Luck Is on the Side of Those Who Just Do It!

Life favors the bold! Don’t get old and wish that you had had the courage to try new things. Don’t worry… you’re not supposed to have all the answers right now. In time… those answers will come to you… as long as you’re taking action!

Teaching Your Children to Be Money-Wise

Children become financially responsible when they are taught to handle money properly and have positive role models to follow. Learn how to help your children become money-wise.

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