“Scientists estimate that there is more information in one day’s New York Times than the average sixteenth century person would hear in a lifetime. It is easy to feel overwhelmed by our electronic tethers which call on us to tweet, post, text, and email at all hours.
Take a breath. Pause. When your life feels too full, being reminded that you are free can be unsettling. It’s OK. Yes, you are free to choose your attitude today—to be grateful, courageous, fearful, bitter, or loving. But more than that, you are free—with all the resultant consequences—to quit your job, start a business, get married or divorced, make a work of art, take in a foster child, travel to a new place, cancel your email account.” - Jack Kornfield, Ph.D. ... See MoreSee Less
In June 2016, The New York State Association of Neuropsychologists published a review of effective #ADHDtreatments that discusses alternative approaches to #ADHD and what current research says. #carlsbad #bressiranch #childhealth #parenting #sanelijohills ... See MoreSee Less