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Building A Successful Environment For Our Children To Learn

Sep 21, 2016

Have you ever wondered how you can best set your child up for success in school?  If you’re a parent, you’ve probably thought about it constantly since before your child was in school.

You may recall, in recent months, we published articles about learning disabilities and ADD/ADHD.  While we can test for those and get you results in a timely manner, most of those things are out of your control.

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The Art Of Difficult Conversations

Apr 06, 2016

Having hard conversations is part of life and yet many of us avoid them like the plague. They bring up vulnerability issues, past wounds and trauma, trust issues, and a whole gamut of unpleasantness. For better or worse, being intentional about having those hard conversations also opens up new opportunities for building trust, overcoming wounds, and being known. In the end that’s what most of us, if not all of us...
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What Are You Committed To?

Mar 23, 2016

What’s the most common New Year’s Resolution?  Exercise, physical health, financial health, and more quality time with family are some of the most common New Year’s resolutions made every year, and, for good reason.  We all know that we should do more, eat healthier, be less sedentary, get in better shape, spend less, save more, and be with the ones we love.  It’s hard though!  It means breaking our...
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Surrounding Yourself With Support

Mar 16, 2016

If you’ve read our blog for any length of time, you probably know that one of the central messages that we, at the Post Trauma Institute of Louisiana, preach is that you can do it!   Our goal is to always put you in the driver’s seat, in the captain’s chair, and to put you in the center of your plan for wellness.  That means your voice matters and your...
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SMART Goal-setting

Feb 04, 2015

There is a broad spectrum concerning how goal-driven someone is in terms of their behavior and life choices.  We’re not here to say whether someone should necessarily be more goal-driven or not, but we do want to help people get where they want to be in order to live the healthiest and happiest life possible.  

For those who struggle with achieving and maintaining forward momentum,...
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Point Positive

Apr 24, 2014

Have you ever been whitewater rafting before? One of the sayings on the river is always point positive. Communication is difficult over the raging waters and if two rafts are separated by any distance they won’t always be able to hear each other but they can see each other. As a result, paddlers use hand signals to tell each other where to go and where not to go. However, here’s...
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