Tag Archives: neural development

Intro to Educating a Human Brain

How do babies learn things? How can we help them learn in the most conducive way possible? What does it take to create the best environment, conditions, and potential for the highest possible development of our children’s full mental (cognitive, … Continue reading

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Meet Your Emotional Brain — or — Whose “Tantrum” is This, Anyway?

Today we’re going on a journey once again to the center of our brains! This time I want to introduce you (once again) to the Cingulate Cortex. Cingulate Cortex, this is the people. People, Cingulate Cortex. This is one heck … Continue reading

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(Back to) the Basics pt II: Hold that Baby!

Today, I wanted to take a moment, or a dozen, to say a little more about the simple and vital act of holding our babies — especially those newborns. You may remember from the last post, I mentioned “the fourth trimester” … Continue reading

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The Family that Schools at Home pt II

As I’ve continued to think about how best to present what follows, I have had immense difficulty containing what really is a fairly encompassing look at how we live our entire family life. As I pointed out in the first … Continue reading

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