I want to share with you just how excited I am about Monday’s radio show guest, Vanessa Van Petten, on my radio show, Kids Tweens and Teens, A Positive Psychologist Looks at All Three, on www.internetvoicesradio.com at 4:30PM, EDT, Monday March 31st.. Vanessa is the author of You’re Grounded!: How to Stop Fighting and Make […]

A Blessing to End the Work Week

May you never fall behind the important tasks in your life May you be able to let go of the ones that don’t need to be done And may you celebrate with friends and loved ones a week well spent! We all need to feel good about ourselves.  Sometimes that means feeling we look good.  […]

An Indian Elder Knows What Is Real. Do You?

Another psychologist and analyst passed this along to me.  Here are a few lines from a poem written by Oriah Mountain Dreamer, May 1994.  She didn’t seem to need much from our world.  But I can say that we sure need a lot of help from her world! It doesn’t interest me what you do […]

Live Like a Star-Hiring Your Own Paparazzi

This morning on the NBC Early Morning Show there was a segment on how people are hiring their own Paparazzi to hastle them as they come out of a restaurant or elsewhere. It makes them feel like a star. This is a strange commentary on human psychology! Why not feel like a star because you […]

I’m Impressed: Sondra Clark, 77Creative Ways Kids Can Serve

Last Friday, March 14, 2008 I had the pleasure of interviewing 18 year old Sondra Clark on my radio show, Kids, Tweens and Teens, A Positive Psychologist Looks at All Three. This show is archived on www.internetvoicesradio.com Sondra has been writing books since she was 8. That alone, would make her exceptional. However, what is […]

The Harder I Work, The Luckier I Get!

The Harder I Work, The Luckier I Get!  I think there is a lot of wisdom in that phrase.  Wisdom that we should be passing on to kids, tweens and teens.  As a positive psychologist, and author of The Truth, (I’m a girl, I’m ten and I know everything) I know only too well that […]