Posts From Mark Demos

Mark Demos
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Mark Demos has taken Forensics, the scientifically comprehensive evidence discovery process, to help you discover Evidence that applies to the important matters of life. From how to navigate through the toughest situations, to decisions about profession, education and parenting and ultimately defining your course in life. You will be directed and encouraged to discover Evidence of your Talents and apply them to creating a life filled with the three important "P's": Purpose, Passion and Performance." ​​ Dr. Elizabeth Loftus Ph.D. - Past President American Psychological Society and Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Law. University of California, Irvine. www.markrdemos.com Buy Marks book here - http://amzn.to/2iccqVU

Churchillian Perspectives on Lovers Day

I thought I would do something a little different today for Valentine’s Day.  I receive newsletters, email, poems, etc, all talking in beautiful, sweet, soppy, pathetic, glorious and other ways about

Shut Up and Listen to Your Idiot Kid!

Cynthia Tobias has been a leader is helping parents and educators for 20 years.  She is practical, wise and makes sense when so many in the mental health profession, educators and

The Secret Substance To Power Us Through Life’s Greatest Challenges – Talent!

Nothing can bring greater stress than divorce especially to the lives of children. Not only is a picture of stability and hope being shattered in many ways - their parents

10 Powerful Discovery Questions to Help You Move on to a New Self and Identity

10 Powerful Discovery Questions to Help Me Move on to a New Self and Identity I’ve moved on?  Really?  Moved on to what?  Moved on to where?  How have you

A Prophylactic Against Teen Crazy!

I raised three teens, two older boys and a younger girl child.  They were two years apart.  I was a single parent and I would often believe I would end

Please Somebody See Me!

Maybe the greatest pain or source of pain I have seen in the children of wealthy families in the pain of not being known while being known. I know that sounds

Sticks and Stones Can Break My Bones But Words…

I have seen an epidemic of interventions by parents, teachers, social media hawks, law enforcement and the public to run to the aid of people, primarily young people, when they

Teaching Teens and Millennials The Joy of Giving

The teenage years are often a time of intense selfishness.  It is all about them.  Their needs, emotions, future, money, friends, etc.  After all they even invented the "Selfie" because