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4 Strategies to End Procrastination

Here are four helpful strategies to help you tackle procrastination, as well as five techniques for getting at the root of your habit to avoid and delay.
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Talking to kids about current events

Children are aware of current events in Hong Kong. As a parent, you can help them understand and process what they are seeing, hearing and experiencing.
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Use the Five Senses to Reduce Stress

We all experience stress. Fortunately, our bodies are well equipped to help us ease these feelings. The senses provide us with direct pathways to our brain to input soothing stimuli.
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Feeling stressed? Take a hike.

Spending time in green, natural settings produces an abundance of positive effects, including decreasing stress and anxiety, lifting mood, easing loneliness, and feeling connected.
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What is Developmental Language Disorder?

Two children in every classroom struggle with DLD. It is widely prevalent, but poorly understood. Nonetheless, it is a hidden liability that affects literacy learning, friendships and emotional well-being.
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Imposter Syndrome

You doubt your abilities and knowledge despite the praise of your friends and colleagues. And some day, you will be found out as a fraud.
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How To Turn Off Your Brain

Overthinking involves rehashing bad memories, and imagining the worst possible scenario for the future. It is unhealthy for your mind and body. Here's how to stop.
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End of Summer Stress

The end of summer is stressful: wrapping up old projects and starting new ones, resetting schedules, and getting kids back to school. Here's how to bust stress now.
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Children with Hoarding Disorder

Children can develop Hoarding Disorder as young as 6 or 7 years of age. In 50% of cases, they have a parent who also hoards.
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