This post is the second post in a series on fixed vs. growth mindsets. Click here to catch up and see what the difference is between a fixed and a growth mindset. So you think your child may approach the world with more of a fixed mindset than a growth mindset. Don’t worry – this […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
To begin, I’m going to ask you a few questions. Today’s topic applies to every age, including kids, teenagers, and adults, so feel free to ask yourself and your child these questions. Do you believe your traits, such as intelligence or talent, are pretty much set in stone and unchangeable? Do you believe that talent […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I have a lot of parents who ask me for recommendations on books to read on how to best help their children while they are going through a divorce. Before now, I didn’t have one I could wholeheartedly recommend. I’ve probably read at least 6 or 7 books that I was just not that impressed […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Time for another book review! Because I’ve done a few posts recently on depression, I decided to stick with that theme for this book review. Today I’m reviewing: Raising a Moody Child: How to Cope with Depression and Bipolar Disorder by Mary A. Fristad, PhD, and Jill S. Goldberg Arnold, PhD Based on reader feedback, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I read a TON of books about mental health, parenting, kids’ mental health, and combinations of all of the above. A lot of these books are great and can be extremely helpful for parents. However, it can be overwhelming to decide which ones to read since there are so many choices out there. In order […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.