Stress and Aging – Stay Young By Staying Stress Free

August 26, 2014 Super Seniors 0 Comments

“Stress Kills.” That was on a bumper sticker I saw years ago. Well, guess what? A new study at the University of California in San Francisco (UCSF) shows just that. Stress speeds the aging process of your body at the most basic, cellular level to weaken your immune system and

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Grandma Boom Makes Magic for Grandkids

July 31, 2014 Connecting with Children 0 Comments

Magic and wonder are part of lighting up life. Hanging crystals in windows that get direct sunlight, rainbows dance all over my house. My grandson was able to hold a rainbow in his hand. THAT was the cat’s meow in terms of personal wonder and magic! Creating this kind of

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Curiosity Did Not Kill the Cat

June 12, 2014 Early Prevention 0 Comments

Curiosity did not kill the cat. Curiosity killed the bean bag. What’s a person to do with a mess like this from a five year old? First things first. Breathe deeply, calm yourself, and ask the question in a communicative tone without condemnation: “Can you tell me why you took

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The Effects Of Negative Emotions On Our Health

April 11, 2014 Super Seniors 0 Comments

By: Joe Martino Humans experience an array of emotions, anything from happiness, to sadness to extreme joy and depression. Each one of these emotions creates a different feeling within the body. After all, our body releases different chemicals when we experience various things that make us happy and each chemical

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Jealousy: Helping Children with a Story about Ladybugs

April 8, 2014 Superkid Power 0 Comments

Jealousy. Human Emotion. Two little ladybugs competing in a dance contest and one of them is so jealous that she loses the contest due to her jealous thoughts. Just one darling story with skill messages in SUPERKID SAVES THE DAY by Janai Lowenstein on Amazon in kindle or paperback. AVAILABLE

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