Spring is here. That means sunshine, longer days, elevated moods, and an overall feeling of happiness. After all, “springtime” refers to the season, and also to thoughts of rebirth, regrowth, rejuvenation, and renewal…
Dr. Diane, Massachusetts neuropsychologist and brain injury survivor, offers message of hope to the 5.3 million Americans living with brain injury.
Not a day goes by that you do not hear about some disasters or tragedies going on in the world. Where has all the kindness, caring, compassion and empathy gone? It’s taken a backseat, but no longer. Read more about the “I Care” movement and join Dr. Diane to make a difference.
If you are a parent of a child with ADD or ADHD, every day is a struggle caring for your child as well as the rest of the family. The book, 8 Keys to Parenting Children with ADHD, by Cindy Goldrich, presents a great overview and explanation of ADD and ADHD. Read Dr Diane’s review on Goldrich’s book here.
The Other Side of Impossible is a fantastic book that resonates with Dr. Diane’s own life story, as well as that of several of her patients, including Tim Bransfield of A Life Interrupted.
When you’re angry about something it’s hard to just “let it go”, and while anger is a normal emotion, learning how to deal with it effectively results in more positive energy and peace of mind.