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Children with Explosive Outbursts (YouTube)

Children with Explosive Outbursts

ByDr. Berney

Stopping the Cycle of Self-Sabotage (YouTube)

Stopping the Cycle of Self-Sabotage

ByDr. Berney

Stopping the Cycle of Self-Sabotage (TMB81)

TMB81CoverArtHow many things do you do on a daily basis that are NOT in your best interest? Whether it is the food you eat, the decision to sit and watch TV instead of exercising, or the avoidance of taking the steps you want and need to take to improve your life. Everyday most of us miss opportunities to take steps toward progress. Read More

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Pokémon Go: Exercise or Video Game?

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By now I am sure that you have heard about – and probably even seen people playing – the wildly popular new app, Pokémon Go. With tens of millions of downloads in the US alone, the app is reportedly earning $5 million per day, and that is just on micro transactions (in-app purchases). Not bad, for a free app. Read More

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Carpe Diem (TMB80)

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Remember the old practice of tying a string around your finger to remind you of something? The idea, of course, was that the string would serve as a cue for you to remember to do something. Now, that something usually had nothing to do with a string, but it was a visual reminder that you needed to remember something. Read More

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When Your Best Isn’t Enough (YouTube)

When Your Best Isn’t Enough

ByDr. Berney

When Your Best Isn’t Enough (TMB79)

What do we do when it seems as though our best just isn’t good enough? In this podcast, Dr. Berney offers five steps to take when you feel as though you have reached your limit.

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Should We Do Away With Zeros?

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by Dr. Richard Marshall

A few days ago, one of the country’s premier educational organizations published a short piece titled, “Should Schools Eliminate Failing Grades?” I was particularly interested in the article, because I had written a manuscript several years ago arguing against the use of zeros in schools. Read More