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Does Your Family Need Help To Avoid Back To School Morning Chaos? Avoid back to school morning chaos by getting yourself and your family into a predictable and simple routine with these 10 tips. Beverly’s Hot Tips For Building Resilience By Avoiding Back To School Morning Chaos 1. Post a calendar of all weekly or monthly events and activities. Be sure to discuss any implications that these plans may have with the whole family. Do not over-schedule your time. 2. Enlist everyone’s help in establishing a morning routine including what needs to be done, who can do it and who is responsible for it. Even small children can make sure that the dishes are removed from the table when they...Read More
“Enthusiasm makes ordinary people extraordinary.” – source unknown Enthusiasm originally meant possession or inspiration by a ‘god’, but today we usually refer to it as an intense enjoyment or interest in something – anything – from a sporting event to a business goal. An Enthusiast as a personality type may refer to the Peter Pan Complex – a person who is adventurous and constantly busy with many activities. They live in the moment and look for the joys that the world has to offer. These people may also jump too quickly from activity to activity looking for the next best thing, afraid that they may miss something or that they may be disappointed by the experience. Live in the moment...Read More
Postpartum Depression 50-80% of new mothers have measurable changes in mood, energy, sleep and eating during the first two weeks after delivery. However, for some new mothers, they find themselves going beyond the ‘baby blues’ into an episode that is darker, deeper and interfering significantly with their everyday life and satisfaction. This is the world of postpartum depression. What Is Postpartum Depression? Postpartum Depression (PPD) is a mood disorder in which the depressive episode effecting brain chemistry is linked to the birth of their child. Studies indicate that 12-26% of mothers will have severe PPD, and the risk increases significantly if the woman has experienced this with previous births or has had a previous episode of Major Depression. The risk...Read More
What Will Be Your Legacy? Legacy: Something that is handed down from a previous generation or time. Question – What words would your friends use to describe you? What words would your family use? Your business partners? This month consider what legacy you are leaving to those around you. Is your impact something that you can be proud of? Are your behaviours aligned with your values and beliefs? What do people think of when they think of you? As a parent our actions have the potential to affect generations. What we teach, nurture or neglect in our children will become part of our legacy. Beverly Beuermann-King Click to tweet Does Your Behaviour Reflect Your Characteristics? A couple of weeks...Read More
Our angels watch out for us. Our angels wipe away our tears. Our angels make our day brighter just being there. And many times we do not recognize that we are looking into the eyes of our angels. Resiliency and Recognizing Your Angels There are probably people in your life that could really use an angel by their side right now. Why not be that person? It’s easy to share love and kindness with the world if you put in a little bit of effort. On this special day, I am encouraging you to not only be someone’s angel, but to recognize those angels who are already in our lives. They may be our parents, our grandparents, our children,...Read More