Archive for the ‘Children’ Category


Dear Ex-lover. This poem sings Jasmin’s mindset. I hope it resonates with you.

Hi. Thank you for visiting Better Mindset for the first time. Look around all you want. I love to get real comments from you. Additions, correction, disagreements are welcome. Register as a user if you like. Stephen By Jasmine Nicole Mans Dear Ex Lover I promise I’ll stop chasing your memory in my dreams. I’ll […]

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You have no excuses.

Sean Stephenson has a big message for you…. especially if you doubt ability to do something significant or be happy or have anyone take you seriously. He is a giant of a man at 3 feet tall. He’s not fooling anybody… certainly not himself. Want a model for how to deal with a disability; real […]

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Helping Children Develop Resilience: Teaching our kids to cope

I am frequently asked to speak to parenting groups on a variety of topics. When invited to speak, I typically ask, What would you like me to talk about? Without question, the most frequently requested topic these days is helping kids to manage stress. I think that parents are tuning into a valid concern, and […]

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Arranging a Child’s Room

Youngster’s and kid’s modern bed room furniture is typically bright and colorful but in addition must be safe and durable. Children love vibrant colors and many stuff to do when in their bedroom but you would like the reassurance and security that comes with if you know they aren’t in any danger. Modern bedroom furniture […]

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Anger Management for Kids

Kids are normally forthcoming with regards to sharing feelings and emotions. A kid may be burdened with feelings of pain and guilt but you would never learn it from a conversation. A child’s feelings are usually display in the behavior. When a child is sad they may keep to themselves or have little to say. […]

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