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Violence Prevention with Emotional Literacy

When we send our children off to school everyday, we do so thinking about their future. We take great care is selecting their school, the people that surround them, the books they read and the media they consume, all in the hopes of securing for them a bright future...

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Love, Luck and Emotional Literacy

“I find the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have.” Thomas Jefferson Love is a many splendored thing… Love is a battlefield… All you need is Love. Love has been the perennial topic of scholars and poets alike since time began, and it is undoubtedly a crucial...

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Florida Healthy Teen Relationship Month

The month of love is declared Florida Healthy Teen Relationship Month by governor Ron DeSantis. Recently, I was watching a TV show with my 15-year-old daughter in which the boyfriend of one of the female characters called her a piece of trash (and a bit more). The...

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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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