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How Sugar Affects Your Brain

When you eat something loaded with sugar, your taste buds, your gut and your brain all take notice. This activation of your reward system is not unlike how bodies process addictive substances such as alcohol or nicotine — an overload of sugar spikes dopamine levels and leaves you craving more. Read More »

Overcoming Power Struggles with Misbehaving Children

Mother and Son Power Struggle

“What happened to my sweet little child?” you’ll be wondering once the back-talk and tantrums begin. Power struggles are infuriating and stressful, affecting all family members. Power struggles are a child’s way to obtain greater self-autonomy and decision making ability in their life. This is not just a child problem, it is a parenting style issue as well — if ... Read More »

Why Your Kids Don’t Listen to You


Have you ever asked your child to do something but got completely ignored? Are you afraid this is becoming their go to pattern — particularly when they don’t get what they want? It’s obvious: Parents who find themselves repeating themselves extensively are more prone to lose their temper. “Not listening” is reported to be the most common among misbehaviors. When ... Read More »

Sibling Rivalry: 5 Thoughtful Parenting Techniques To Prevent It

Two grumpy toddlers waiting for their pancakes

Children fight and bicker and there is no way around that. Nonetheless, the ruthlessness in which they engage each other can be assuaged through these 5 thoughtful parenting techniques: 1. Be Explicitly Fair to Each Child Rivalries occur when there is a perceived difference in how one child gets treated over the other, when favorites emerge, and a sense that ... Read More »

Dealing With Your Child’s Tantrums

We often perceive tantrums as acts of defiance, poor behavior, and calculated manipulation tactics. But the truth is that children, especially young children, are simply dealing with feelings that have overloaded their ability to properly process and handle. When your child is unable to express what’s on his or her mind (his and her will be used interchangeably), the resulting ... Read More »

Learn How Lowering Stress Improves Your Brain

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Harvard’s Amy Cuddy speaks about how one’s body posture affects hormonal levels and therefore moods, confident levels, and self-esteem. She promotes “Acting As If” and describes the science behind “Faking It Until You Make It.” She further explains some other simple but psychologically powerful exercises that lower stress levels and how you can begin right now. Read More »

5 Habits That Lead to Failure
(and What to Do Instead)


Pursuing success isn’t just about doing what works; it’s about avoiding what doesn’t. If you indulge yourself with the following five mental habits, it can ruin your career and your company: 1. Mindreading. People who try to read minds don’t listen. They cut the other person off mid-sentence, because they “already know” what the other person will say. They then ... Read More »

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