The fear/hope a new message which I hope will bring a lot of change (positive) for families. What if you have the love/hope going but spouse is caught up in fear/anxiety? (Lisa Langley)
Matt inspiration, humor, and practical strategies to make change with these he workes with.
Matt had a childhood learning . Matt spent his elementary and middle school years thinking there was something wrong with his brain. For him, school work was a daunting, frustrating and often embarrassing challenge. He was the kid who never seemed to catch up with his classmates, no matter how hard he tried. “Growing up with a disability was like having an elephant in the room that nobody wants to talk about,” Matt shares his explained. Being diagnosed with a learning disability during his high school years helped Matt finally put a name to the problem, and to begin his journey to personal and academic success. “I’ve learned to befriend my elephant, I’ve named him George,” Matt said. “George is not going away but I can choose how I feel about him. Abused, Addicted, and Suicidal… Matt’s KNOWS what it means to be a teen in trouble and also he understands what it means to run a small business.
Thanks to caring family members and adults Matt was able to overcome over the hardship, and had dedicated his life to helping others find there purpose in life and help families succeed.
“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, Nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” – Dr Seuss
– Matthew Leland Cox
Effective ways to communicate with children (and adults) with learning disabilities and/or other special needs.
Bussiness personality profile (True colors) based on the Myer Briggs.
Creating a respectful and loving relationship within your marriage or parenting partnership.
How gender affects communication and how to take assumptions out of communications.
Improving your relationship with your children, family, friends, and others.
Rediscovering Superman.( Matt share about growing up with a learning disability.
The art of conflict resolution, forgiveness and letting go.
Common sense parenting tips for managing your child’s behavior while remaining calm and competent.
Developing family values as your child’s road-map to life.
Decreasing stress and increasing the fun of parenting.
Letting go: raising kids that are well-equipped to deal with the messy, unfair and sometimes uncomfortable reality of life beyond the parental bubble.