This article appears on Chopra.com American culture smacks of rugged individualism and a “can-do, can’t-fail” attitude. In this youth-oriented, future-focused nation, an irrational desire for material success drives the culture and economy. When people come to this country, they leave… Read More ›
This article,written by Matthew Brensilver, a leading expert on Mindfulness, originally appeared on Education Week. Why Mindfulness? Fifteen years ago, the word ‘mindfulness’ was almost completely absent from the education world. Only a small group of educators and researchers envisioned… Read More ›
You can’t act like a lamb and expect people to treat you like a lion ~ Sugarbabies.
An inspiring talk from J.K. Rowling at Harvard’s commencement on the benefits of failure, the importance of imagination and the power of empathy. I hope you watch.
Don’t be so concerned about the future that you miss out on the present. Everything that actually happens, happens now. ~ Sugarbabies. >
When an aspect of someone’s personality bothers you, you need to find and correct that same thing in yourself. ~ Sugarbabies.
Groundbreaking new parenting research shows that a strong emotional attachment between a mother and her baby may help prevent diseases, boost immunity, and enhance a child’s IQ By Patty Onderko From Parenting.com You take your baby to the pediatrician for… Read More ›
Parenting is the knottiest, most time-consuming, patience-sapping job ever invented. Are you carrying out your 24/7 duties confidently, peacefully and guiltlessly? Phillip C. McGraw, PhD, offers a few steps to success from his new book, Family First. It’s often said… Read More ›