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You don’t have to let shame travel with you everywhere you go and keep you from feeling joy and experiencing a meaningful and fulfilling life. Dr. Dan challenges you to be open to life’s possibilities and believe you deserve happiness in “Taking on Shame in the New Year: How To Live the Life You Want in 2018!” for Huffington Post.
Dr. Dan admits the holidays are stressful for most people. He has created this list of 5 tips to help you get through this holiday season with minimal (or at least a lot less!) stress so that you can focus on the good stuff. Read the latest Parent Footprints column, “5 Steps to Managing Stress During the Holidays,” in the December 2017 issue of Diablo Gazette (page 6).
All parents will probably need to take a chance and give their child more freedom than they might be ready for. Dr. Dan offers advice on how to manage what might be unpredictable or dangerous in his new blog, “Parenting Strategies for Risky Situations” on PSYCHOLOGY TODAY.
Dr. Dan answers the question “What do we do in the face of tragedy?” and chooses not to live in fear. Read “We Cannot Hide Fear and Uncertainty,” in Dr. Dan’s latest Parent Footprints column for November in Diablo Gazette (page 6).
Dr. Dan was on KTVU Fox 2’s morning show in the San Francisco Bay Area, taking about how to support those affected by disaster — including the North Bay (California) fires. He recommends being specific about any help you can offer, and making sure it is tangible.
Homework is reality so it is our job as parents to help our kids deal with this reality. And that does not mean doing their homework for them! Learn how to manage homework meltdowns in this new piece from Dr. Dan, “The Homework Wars” on PSYCHOLOGY TODAY.