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  • WHat TO DO IF YOUVE BEEN HURT

    What to do if you’ve been Hurt

    I always get so nervous to share personal stories, but today’s topic is one I know my students go through too! What to do when you’re hurt ❤️ A post shared by Maggie DiPasquale (@maggiedipasquale) on Mar 28, 2018 at 12:57pm PDT

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    I am in Awe & Why you Should be Too

    I heard from a lot of girls that they had the back-to-school scaries and I felt it too. Getting into the swing of things can be difficult after break (and now a snow day). So I decided to make a list of all the resources I had for girls …

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  • How To Raise Capable Kids 2

    Good Vibes are Self Made

    I wanted to share a story that I’ve used with my girls in my mentoring sessions. Recently, I saw a man with a shirt that said: Good Vibes Self Made and it inspired me! Sometimes I think we get really stuck in looking to things on the outside to make …

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  • ECLIPSE

    Eclipse Ritual you can do (anytime) to let go of Stress

    Did you watch the eclipse today? I was working with a student so we got to witness the event together!  So cool! I wanted to share an eclipse ritual (I share this on Instagram too) that I’ve been doing. It’s so good to do before the start …

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  • Daily Reflection Meditation

    Big News

    I have big news! My meditation album is finally available! When I work with students, whether it’s one-on-one or in a group, I always use these centering exercises. Meditation has been show to reduce stress and anxiety and I know from my personal practice that …

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    How to Handle Halloween Stress

    I’ve received so many SOS texts about Halloween that I actually feel bad that I’m just doing this video now. Between group costumes and parties the drama has been all over the place. Halloween is a holiday that brings up a lot of issues around inclusiveness, …

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  • WHY YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DOPAMINE

    Why Smart Kids do Dumb Things

    In one of my grad school classes last week, we learned about dopamine in the adolescent brain. It was so enlightening that I wanted to share! Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that helps regulate emotional responses. Its production is naturally lower in adolescents which may lead to …

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  • STAY IN

    Stay in your Own Lane

    The phrase “stay in your own lane” can be another way to tell someone to mind their own business, but today, I’m talking about it as if you’re saying it to yourself. It’s this phrase that I repeat when I find myself putting a lot …

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  • COMPARE LOOKS

    What to do if you feel like you don’t look like everyone else

    Over the last two weeks, I helped a lot of girls through back-to-school shopping breakdowns. What to wear on the first day of school can bring up a lot of questions: What do I want to look like? What if I don’t look like everyone else? …

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  • Do you have the Fall Scaries?

    Over the weekend, I met with my mentor and told her I was feeling so sad about summer ending. Similar to Sunday scaries, where I would get anxious about the week ahead, I had the fall scaries. For me, it’s all about dealing with the new and the unknown. …

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