Tom Rath and Mary Reckmeyer wrote #1 New York Times Bestseller with the book, How Full is Your Bucket For Kids. The story reveals the concept that we all have an invisible bucket that goes with us everywhere. Events and interactions happen that can fill water into our bucket or drain the water from our buckets
Sunday, June 19, was Father’s day, a time to celebrate the men who are fathers as well as those men who are role models in our lives. In today’s world, fatherhood encompasses more that just a biological connection. Research shows that children who have healthy adult role models have more success in adulthood. Our relationships and connections with each other matter.
Each spring there seems to be a part of many of us that gets the itch to spruce up our surroundings. I invite you to take an internal inventory as you clean up your physical environment. How might you benefit from paying attention to the parts of you that are usually tucked away in a dark corner internally?
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are more complex than having a “busy” or “inattentive” child. Children with ADD/ADHD think and process information differently. ADHD is brain glitch, a deficit in a person’s executive function: the part of the brain that has the ability to think and plan ahead, organize, control impulses and complete tasks.