Why Sheryl Sandberg’s Article on Building Resilient Kids is a Must Read for all Parents

Sheryl Sandberg’s article in the New York Times’ Sunday Review (on April 24th 2017) is an important piece for all parents trying to build resilient kids in a rapidly changing, disruptive world.   Sheryl’s article was written from the perspective of tragedy and loss after her husband Dave Sandberg, died suddenly from a cardiac arrhythmia

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Aspire-Canada Scholarship 2017 – Scholarship Applications are Open!

Each academic year, Aspire-Canada offers scholarships of $1000 or more to outstanding students that demonstrate leadership potential. All incoming and returning students will also be considered for the scholarship based on a completed scholarship application. International students are also eligible to apply. The preferred deadline for students to apply is July 31st 2017 (However we will accept applications up to August

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Try These Foods for a Good Mood

Do you crave sweet, salty, and fatty foods when you’re feeling blue? You’re not alone. Dr. Christopher Calapai, D.O., a New York City Osteopathic Physician board certified in family and anti-aging medicine says “Diet plays a huge role in depression.” In fact, a number of lifestyle factors can contribute to depression, but one that’s often

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