Improving lives with Mindfulness, Psychotherapy & Neurofeedback

10 Signs Of Stress Overload

Posted on July 21, 2014

If you are like most people you may experience times of extreme stress in your life.  In today’s hectic, fast-paced society we are often dealing with competing demands on our time and energy that make us feel stressed out.  On top of that there are many things that cause added tress to our lives such(read more)

ADHD: Why You Should Exercise

Posted on July 7, 2014

As adults with ADHD or parents of children with ADHD we are always trying to find things that decrease ADHD symptoms and improve our ability to succeed. Something that is often overlooked is the benefit of physical exercise for adults and children alike. Research shows that there is a direct correlation between the amount of(read more)

ADHD: From Discouragement to Enthusiasm

Posted on June 23, 2014

When you live with ADHD you often feel discouraged throughout your day as you  struggle to deal with the symptoms of ADHD that make it difficult for you to concentrate and gets things done on time.  This happens to kids, teens and adults alike. It is easy to understand how this happens as you experience(read more)

How Joe Vitale’s Foolproof Technique Changed My Life

Posted on June 9, 2014

Have you ever wanted something in your life that just seemed to elude you? Did you try everything you knew and it still didn’t work? I spent about 10 years doing everything possible to attract a wonderful man to enjoy this life journey with. Trust me when I say I tried everything; from on-line dating,(read more)

How I Enjoyed My River Cruise Despite Bunking With The Engine

Posted on May 26, 2014

Have you ever planned something, saved up for it, looked forward to it, and then had something go wrong? Last month I travelled to Amsterdam where my sweetheart and I would board the Viking Sun River Cruise on the Rhine River to Basel. Before the cruise we spent 3 wonderful days in Amsterdam. We visited(read more)

Mindset: Your KEY to Success!

Posted on April 28, 2014

What is mindset? According to the Oxford American Dictionary mindset is “the established set of attitudes held by someone’.  Psychology professor, Carol Dweck, through more than three decades of systematic research, has been figuring out why some people achieve their potential while equally talented others don’t. The key, she found, isn’t ability; it’s mindset –(read more)

Charlie White and Meryl Davis Didn’t Do It Alone

Posted on April 14, 2014

This is the 4th installment in the Unlock Your Potential series.  The first step was to improve your self-care and stress management.  The second was to define what success looks like to you and to set your goals.  The third was to identify the blocks that get in your way of success.  This fourth step(read more)