Reset Your Emotional Balance
10 Ways to Take Care of Your Heart and Soul
"Taking care of yourself is one of the greatest gifts you can give to your child."
Ten ways to take care of your heart and soul…Could there be a more meaningful and valid way to start the school year? Or just take time to take stock of how you’re managing your life in general?

A few months ago I wrote a blog post about emotionally resetting for the summer holidays. The posting really struck a chord and ended up being the most popular one I’ve ever written. In fact, many readers weren’t parents of kids with learning differences like dyslexia. They were just people who were touched by the reminder to reset their emotional balance.

I thought it was time, then, to take it a step farther. Let’s explore 10 specific ways that we can protect and nurture our hearts and souls. It doesn’t take a lot of time. It doesn’t cost a lot of money…but the payoff can be enormous.

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About Michael Hart, Ph. D.

Michael Hart, Ph.D. trained as a psychologist and served in a clinical capacity for many years. Currently, he is the founder/owner of and provides webinars, online courses and onsite presentations/training for parents, educators and specialists regarding the proper educational care of our dyslexic students.

Michael is also the co-chair of the UNESCO MGIEP advisory committee for a large-scale literacy development project in India.  The Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP) was established by the Government of India. MGIEP is an integral part of UNESCO and the organization’s specialist institute on education for peace and sustainable development to foster global citizenship.

In addition, Dr. Hart also serves as a subject matter expert for, one of the largest repositories of information about learning disabilities in the world.

Prior to his current role, Dr. Hart served as a clinical psychologist, educational administrator and expert witness for learning disabled students in various settings including pediatric inpatient psychiatry, outpatient psychiatry, private practice and K-12 school settings. During his practice, he administered the full spectrum of psychological tests, behavioral assessment tools, affective inventories, projective tests, academic achievement tests and behavioral interviews.  His experience spans from infants to adults and he has conducted approximately 1000 evaluations.