What’s the KEY to Happiness?

What’s the universal keys to happiness? If you’re thinking abundant love, harmonious connections, gracious self-acceptance and the gift of good health, I wholeheartedly agree. THERE’S SOMETHING ELSE THOUGH … Especially when it comes to parenting teens. Even in the midst of all the mood swings, social media drama and differences of opinion … There are CLUES, GEMS and LESSONS every day that present opportunities to create effective communication and authentic

Being Sensitive Can Be A Challenge … This Strategy Set Me Free!

Being a sensitive teenage girl can be a challenge. Honestly, it’s a unique and special ingredient in life and something I’m very familiar with. My teachers and coaches used to call me “shy.” I realize that being sensitive can mirror shyness because I could be timid in certain situations. If it didn’t feel safe, I definitely didn’t share my thoughts or ideas in the classroom, on the field or in

The “S” Word Your Daughter Needs to Stop Using

The “S” Word your Daughter Needs to Stop Using. Is your daughter constantly saying “Sorry … Sorry, I just ……….?” Not only has the use of “Sorry” become an epidemic with teenage girls, it may be: Damaging your daughter’s sense of self Inadvertently belittling her character Because your daughter’s BEST, most confident self, doesn’t need to apologize for every thought or opinion that comes out of her mouth. If this

Highly Sensitive Teens Need a Break Sometimes ~ Find Relief Now

#ResiliencyReminder Highly sensitive teens need a break sometimes. They need to practice fine-tuning their filter. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the “noise” around you, find a place to re-calibrate. Take 5 minutes alone. State your mantra or positive self-affirmation – I’m okay – or create one that works for you. Listen carefully to what your mind and body need. Commit to doing one thing – right now – that