Category Archives: cognitive psychology

New Years Resolutions:Top Five Reasons Why You Keep Failing at Reaching Your Goals.

TOP FIVE REASONS WHY YOU KEEP FAILING AT REACHING YOUR GOALS: LEARN HOW TO AVOID THESE MISTAKES TO REACH SUCCESS Hello thinkers! The end of the year is fast approaching and we all know what that means; NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS! … Continue reading

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Are You SAD This Season?: What is Seasonal Affective Disorder

Are you SAD this season?: What is Seasonal Affective Disorder? Fall is my favorite season hands down. I love the foliage: the holidays that approach, the food, the pumpkin patches, even the smell of the air. Here in California our … Continue reading

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Is it time for speech therapy?

We often doubt whether we are doing the right thing as parents. We cannot help but compare our child to other children. It is however our intuition that truly tells us whether our child may need help. Learn about our journey and why we chose to seek help regarding our child’s speech and language delays
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What is wrong with my teen?: How to better understand adolescent changes to avoid becoming the ENEMY.

 What is wrong with my teen!: How to better understand adolescent changes and avoid becoming the ENEMY.   Hello all! Thank you for visiting my blog. This blog was a highly requested blog. It is about something we have all … Continue reading

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Why are you doing that to your child?!! Do not confuse them!

This blog we explore the possible benefits and disadvantages of raising a bilingual child. Continue reading

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