Archive for July 2012

Do you want to know the cause of ADHD symptoms? Would it help you to know how to prevent a diagnosis of ADHD for your children and your grandchildren? What if moving away from drugs and toward natural wellness for your child is easier than you have been led to believe?

Some doctors are already checking for the things listed in this program with great results.  If you know someone with symptoms, check this out.  It’s free!

This valuable information is extracted from the new groundbreaking book entitled “Family Harmony with Sensitive Children – A Holistic Model for ADHD Wellness.”  If you are tired of the same old story about wellness, this information is definitely for you and the wellbeing of your child and family.

Together we can help children be the gift they came here to be – naturally!

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There’s an old saying about growing up to be a doctor, lawyer or Indian Chief.  As time evolves, so do the aspirations of young people.  The model of going to college for a good education which will ensure success works for many but usually brings with it large student loans.

Today’s youth have different aspirations.  I’ve met middle school students who want to be basketball stars; doctors; rap musicians; fashion designers, and the list goes on to be as unique as the individual child and their life experiences.

What if children were taught to think outside the box and go inside their hearts for inspiration?

Disney has a job title of “Imagineer” throughout their many companies.  “… Imagineering is letting your imagination soar and then engineering it down to earth.” – Taken from a Time magazine ad from February 16, 1942, titled “The Place They Do Imagineering”

A couple of Adobe’s many unique job titles include “Platform Evangelist” and “Developer Evangelist.”

How cool are all those titles?  Can you imagine waking up each morning knowing you are an “Imagineer” or a software “Evangelist?”  What difference would that make to your attitude and possibilities available to you?  As a testament to that theory, just look at the phenomenal products and experiences created by Adobe and Disney.

I decided to play with this a little.  Having already taken on the title of “The Sensitive Child Advocate,” I’ve added “Wellbeing Evangelist” and “World Wellness Imagineer.”  Doing this elevates your energy to higher possibilities.  From a quantum physics standpoint, what greater things can be attracted because of this higher level of aspiration?

I invite you to take a moment to play with this as well.  Be inspired from the inside out.  It’s fun!

Enjoy being you.  Imagine the possibilities…

“A picture is worth a thousand words” is an old saying that pre-dates Photoshop which now allows an artist to change a picture to reflect whatever the artist desires.  However, “an experience is worth a thousand pictures” still has value.  The interesting thing about experiences though is that every individual will view an experience differently, even the same experience, based on their own beliefs whether factual or not.  In a world where your habits and points of view can make or break your choices and success in any endeavor including your health, what has to happen for you to achieve your goals for wellness and wellbeing?

For example, any experience you’ve had with very delicious (but not so healthy) foods or beverages triggered a neurotransmitter response that made you feel good or even great.  If you’re allergic to that food or it is toxic to the body, you undoubtedly had a negative response not too long after ingestion.  Maybe you felt tired, full, bloated, or just wanted more of that same great tasting food – even if you weren’t physically hungry.  If you keep that up, you may head toward an experience you won’t enjoy.

Changing a habit takes a firm decision on your part and a minimum of 21 days.  Sticking to that decision takes courage and the willingness to change some of your beliefs and other habits.  Having an accountability partner is a great benefit to keep you on track.

I am here to help change the world view of ADHD and how it is currently treated.  Eating foods from an unhealthy food supply create problems in the human body and in the animals we eat.  Food is meant to be fuel and medicine for the body.  It is not meant to be a replacement for love, security or boredom.

What experience do we need to have as a collective to be willing to love ourselves enough; the children enough; the animals we consume enough; and the Earth enough; to make healthy and sustainable changes now?  It all starts with choice at the individual and family levels.

Many alcoholics have to hit rock bottom before they are willing to change.  Sometimes that isn’t even enough.  The unconscious mind and your comfort zone are part of the fight or flight limbic system.  Their job is to keep you safe.  What if what you think keeps you safe is really taking away your freedom and power to make healthier choices?

Articles such as this may trigger your comfort zone to kick in its heels and find fault with these questions and empowering information.  That’s normal.  The space between is where you know the truth.  Take a breath.  The breath is your connection to your Soul.  Choose Love.  Be grateful.  Smile.  Ask God to guide you.  All is well, and so it is.

Enjoy infinite blessings because you deserve the best and so do the children, animals and the entire world including the Earth.

We are all One.

An old Cherokee is teaching his grandson about life. “A fight is going on inside me,” he said to the boy.

“It is a terrible fight and it is between two wolves. One is evil – he is anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and ego.”

He continued, “The other is good – he is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, and faith. The same fight is going on inside you – and inside every other person, too.”

The grandson thought about it for a minute and then asked his grandfather, “Which wolf will win?”

The old Cherokee simply replied, “The one you feed.”


Said differently, everything comes down to a choice between fear and Love.  If you fear something happening more than you love something else happening, the stronger energy has the greater pull on your attention.  Heal the underlying issues that create the fear (or other negative emotions) and you will have an easier time focusing on that which you love and moving toward it.

The Gift of You Blog is being updated now on a more regular basis with non-ADHD specific posts.  The posts are designed to uplift and encourage you.  If you don’t already subscribe, check it out at

Enjoy infinite blessings and joy!

A new Angel Meets The Projector is now in paperback and on Kindle!

In this second edition of Angel Meets The Projector, you will meet a little girl called Angel. As everyone does, Angel sometimes misunderstands people and situations which can make her feel badly about herself. One day, a super-hero by the name of The Projector visits Angel to teach her about the power of projection. He helps her through a situation with her Mom with understanding, love and courage.

With a mix of Jungian psychology for kids and adults with thought provoking exercises at the end, the author weaves a heart-felt story with a great message. When you recognize, heal and stop projecting childhood memories, you discover the lovable and powerful gift you truly are and gain the confidence needed to share your gifts with the world around you. This book helps children ages 8 and up learn to love themselves no matter what goes on around them.

Praise for Angel Meets The Projector:

“I loved Angel Meets the Projector. As a mom of two young boys, I am always searching for meaningful books that will hold my kids’ attention and give them valuable tools that will help them work through the issues and challenges that life undoubtedly brings. Both children and adults will benefit from the lesson in this book, which reminds us that we often project our negative or positive feelings onto others.  The best part is that the story is told in a fun way that kids will enjoy (I know mine did). The extra lessons and teachings sections at the end are a great bonus. I highly recommend Angel Meets the Projector to parents, teachers, guidance counselors, and any others who work closely with children.”

– Ellen Valladares

Author of Jonathan’s Journey to Mount Miapu, Winner of the Mom’s Choice Award

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