Monthly Archives: June 2024

(16) Growth Mindset Hacks to Reboot Bonds Between Adult Children and Senior Parents

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Problems between seniors and their adult children weigh heavily on some seniors who struggle to work through conflicting expectations and still retain close relationships. Times have changed, and yet a growth mindset helps us to understand both worlds and to do what it takes to bridge gaps with healthy bonds… Read more »

(15) Brains Beyond Positivity for Seniors?

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When we see the namungos as part of our brain, we can begin to choose their ability to help us and support good choices. Whether we are aware or not, namungos are part of our lives and they can work for or against our mental and emotional health. An awareness… Read more »

(14) Enter Namungo Family of Six!

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Namungos are fictitious characters with real brain parts. These little critters show us where senior growth mindsets stand, predict our ability to embrace challenges, build resilience, and thrive! Our senior brains hold remarkable tools to ensure we enjoy life to the fullest, in spite of traps that may try and… Read more »

(13) Hard, Soft or Smart Skills for Seniors?

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To move from a closed (or fixed) to an open (or growth) mindset is to develop and use smart skills to tame our brain’s amygdala as described below. Smart skills combine hard and soft skills to meet our daily mental and emotional problems with new possibilities. Each of Weber’s 5… Read more »