The Aftermath

Michele SfakianosUncategorizedLeave a Comment

What happens after the COVID-19 virus? (The views expressed here are solely from the Owner) When the COVID-19 virus is over, what activities will we return to? When the COVID-19 virus is over, what will we have learned? We are all learning to do things in a different way. Keeping in contact with friends and family through social media, cell … Read More

Dyslexia – Like an Iceberg?

Michele SfakianosUncategorizedLeave a Comment

Mom, is this forever? Dyslexia can resemble a “stew or bolognese sauce or a smorgasbord,” metaphorically speaking. And you are in charge of the “kitchen.” One of the best representations of dyslexia is an iceberg. The majority lies beneath the surface. In dyslexia, the reading difficulty aspect is just the tip of the iceberg. There frequently may be many other … Read More

Self-Investment & Your Small Business

Michele SfakianosUncategorizedLeave a Comment

Small business owners are busy running their organization often forget about themselves. Keeping a company up and running and profitable is a huge task, and it certainly requires a lot of attention and dedication. However, as a small business grows – their owner should too. Encouraging and cultivating a culture that pursues personal growth alongside business growth is a recipe for many … Read More

Grief, Blame, Shame and Embarrassment

Michele SfakianosUncategorizedLeave a Comment

Dealing with Dyslexic Children – Guilt versus Shame In my life I have learned that grief is an emotional force that cannot be controlled or predicted. It comes and goes on its own terms. Grief does not obey your plans or your wishes. It will do what it wants to you whenever it wants. Grief has a lot to do … Read More

Children with Dyslexia

Michele SfakianosUncategorizedLeave a Comment

Challenges for Moms Challenges Most moms are working mothers who work long and exhausting hours, both at home and/or outside the home. There is little time for friendships to be made or kept up, and even maintaining a friendly acquaintance can be a struggle. Children with dyslexia require a lot of extra time because they need help with the many … Read More

Dyslexia and Anxiety

Michele SfakianosUncategorizedLeave a Comment

Do you have a child with dyslexia? Do they suffer from anxiety? Here are some tips from “Dyslexics are Orchids, Mothers are Gardeners” by James O’Leary, MD and Cindy Jayne Brewer: Tips for Anxiety: Change the goal from trying to eliminate the worry to learning how to manage it. You can never eliminate uncertainty and discomfort. So, help your child … Read More

New Release!

Michele SfakianosUncategorizedLeave a Comment

Dyslexics Are Orchids – Mothers Are Gardeners Click the link below to the press release: https://www.prlog.org/12791823-dyslexics-are-orchids-mothers-are-gardeners.html

Are You Stuck?

Michele SfakianosUncategorizedLeave a Comment

It’s Time to Get Unstuck! Life is constantly changing and always moving forward. We all have the same 24 hours a day and 168 hours a week. If you aren’t moving forward with your life’s vision – you are stuck. If you feel stuck where you are, you must choose to move. You can’t afford to waste any more time … Read More

A Writer’s Tribute

Michele SfakianosUncategorizedLeave a Comment

Toni Morrison was an American novelist, essayist, editor, teacher and professor emeritus at Princeton University. Her first novel, The Bluest Eye, was published in 1970. The critically acclaimed Song of Solomon brought her national attention and won the National Book Critics Circle Award. She is being remembered around the world for her literary contribution. Open Pages Publishing, LLC sends regards … Read More