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We Don’t Own Our Phones. They Own Us.

We Don’t Own Our Phones. They Own Us.

The evidence is mounting, painting a stark picture of the ever-growing dominance of cell phones in our lives. A mere five years ago, a study involving volunteers who installed a tracking app on their phones revealed an average usage of 85 times a day. Today, the data...

The Outside Game Part II: Discipline

The Outside Game Part II: Discipline

We all understand the role of discipline in creating a successful journey through life. Yet, many parents struggle with teaching discipline to their kids. In part two of this series, I will discuss the role of parental discipline in forming the glue that binds the...

Study the Roots or Enjoy The Fruits. You Choose.

Study the Roots or Enjoy The Fruits. You Choose.

Many years ago, I heard the saying: You have a choice: You can live life studying the roots…or enjoy the fruits. But you can't do both." Of course, it's never a complete, simple dichotomy. It's just a pointer to options in daily living. But you might ask, how exactly...

Santa: It’s Time to Set Expectations!

Santa: It’s Time to Set Expectations!

Okay, let's face it. Most children get too much stuff these days when Santa arrives. Too strong, you think? Perhaps, but we can know one thing for sure: The more stuff they get..., the less they seem to appreciate it. Just notice for yourself. Most of us didn't have a...

Why Consequences Don’t Work: It’s All About Proximity.

Why Consequences Don’t Work: It’s All About Proximity.

Some prospective clients seeking Neurofeedback to improve their child's behavior report problems with their child's inability to regulate behavior.  Parents report, 'Consequences just don't work for my son...something is wrong in their brain.' At times, we find...

Stop Trying To Make It Easier

Stop Trying To Make It Easier

In this persistently challenging world, don't you wonder how best to successfully equip our children to navigate these rough waters of life?   Indeed, no simple answer will come close here.  Yet, it seems that we find ourselves daily lamenting about these tougher...