Writing skills

The Dos and Don’ts of Writing About Mental Health

Points to remember in writing fiction or non-fiction about mental health

Writing skills

Let Your Customer Hold Your Hand

A man and his daughter were about to cross a bridge. The bridge was narrow and scary. The father told his little girl to hold his hand. The girl refused. She said that if she held his hand she might let go but if he held her hand she knew he never would let go.… Continue reading Let Your Customer Hold Your Hand

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Those Childhood Days of Biting Nails and Pulling Tails…

I love children and being a psychology major, really enjoy observing them grow and pass milestones as they become little adults. Here is my first in the series: 0 to 6 Months - babyhood, milestones, what to expect and how can you help? You have a new baby! Congratulations! It’s not just time for late… Continue reading Those Childhood Days of Biting Nails and Pulling Tails…

Writing skills

Good Writing Techniques

Everyone can write correct sentence structure. There are a few simple rules to follow. Read through our points and remember them the next time you need to write something. Better yet, get in a few practice exercises and write your way to success! 1. Read, read and read some more! You can read anything from… Continue reading Good Writing Techniques