Category Archives: From the Blog Too

False Expectations

False Expectations Troublemaker, lazy, daydreamer - probably not so much Here's what is known about executive function skills (EFS). It's entirely a cognitive process that begins to develop before birth. After birth, most children develop in a gradual and clear progression for the next 20-years. If a child is at the appropriate developmental age level,…
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Off Task and Needing Direction

Off Task and Needing Direction What's preventing your teen from getting the job done? It's getting worse. Discouraging reports from the teachers of your teenage daughter - "She's always off task and needing directions." "She is constantly talking in class." "Failing grades are due to her inability to take class notes." "The project was started,…
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Stuck vs Sick

Stuck vs Sick Parents, keep this in mind - the difference between stuck vs sick. The next time teachers or school administration make an opinion-based statement about your child, or another. These institutions come from the thinking that the child is somehow missing something. They might be referencing mental capacity, like I.Q. - antiquated. They might be…
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Facebook or Memory—Which Is the Real Threat to Your Relationship?

Facebook or Memory Which Is the Real Threat to Your Relationship? A new study was designed to test whether contacts in a person's Facebook friends list who are romantically desirable are more or less of a threat to an existing relationship than are potential partners a person can recall from memory. In this Facebook versus…
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