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The Power of Believing

December 2018 Putting out milk and cookies for Santa, mischievous elves on a shelf moving throughout the house, looking out the window hoping to see Rudolph's shiny red nose in the sky… The magic of the Holidays is inextricably linked to the wide-eyed wonder of...

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What We Are Grateful for Multiplies

  Being grateful, giving thanks, is an essential part of a successful life. It is a fundamental part of Triumph Steps, the therapeutic framework to mental wellness that helps children develop healthy mental habits. Being thankful should not be something we...

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Discovering a Child’s Passions

Can you believe that another Labor Day has just passed? Now we are fully back to schedules, homework, projects, deadlines, making sure that we encourage our children, teens, and college kids to get good grades and feel excited about learning. Many parents have asked...

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Happiness Is a Skill and It Can Be Taught

What happened at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School was unthinkable. And maybe that is why it was allowed to happen. We have spent the past few decades not thinking about how to take proactive steps to prevent these tragedies from happening. We have not been...

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Finding Your Purpose This Holiday Season

We all know the story of Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer, but if you’ve ever watched the 1964 TV-special by the same name, then you’re well aware of the effects that not finding your purpose can have on our children. The special is a classic, and though parts haven’t...

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Are You Using Fear as an Excuse?

Do the thing you fear and the death of fear is certain-  Ralph Waldo Emerson Can you remember your biggest fear as a child? Perhaps you were scared of a monster under your bed, or of losing your parents in a large crowd. Now that you are older, you might consider your...

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