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REAL Love is super natural emotion and feeling that subconsciously creates thoughts and subsequent automatic actions of affection, intimacy, unwavering support with unbreakable trust.

– Brian Cimins

That’s what LOVE is to me. How about you? What is YOUR definition of real love? Please reply below – the world needs more love now than ever.

Love vs. Evil Heart Check with Life Coach Brian Cimins

I found this OLD video today, shot on Saturday, May 19, 2012 as part of an Interview about what Life Coaching was and dealing with the TRIALS, TRIBULATION and general suffering in life.

Hope it brings some insight to you, like it did to me –
I felt like I watched it for the FIRST time today.

ENJOY!

Topic: Love vs. Evil Heart Check with
Life Coach Brian Cimins

Video Quotes:

“Don’t Fear Ides of March Doomsday,
Just Surround Yourself with Loving People
and Treat Them Right” – Brian Cimins

“We need to make sure people increase and magnify the LOVE in their life” – Brian Cimins

“If everyone was nice in the world, you wouldn’t understand what bad, mean (or evil) was, it would be confusing. You wouldn’t have anything to compare against.” – Brian Cimins, http://YourStrategyCoach.com

“If you are doing the right thing when no one is looking, that’s YOUR true self.” – Brian Cimins

UPDATE – I must have been on to something – because the Message of LOVE vs. EVIL was echoed by the New Pope on Good Friday, March 29, 2013 here: http://edition.cnn.com/2013/03/29/world/europe/vatican-pope-good-friday/?hpt=hp_t4

My most important role in my life is being a father, role model and leader to my two amazing children, Logan and Kaylee.

I started watching them for 15 hours a day from 7:45 AM until 10:00 PM every day. Initially it was very challenging, because I was breaking the work-at-home workaholic cycle on top of figuring out what to do to add value to their lives.

I needed to “Dad-up” and realize that I needed to not just be in the same room as the kids, but truly be PRESENT in the moment and become more lovingly interactive with them. I realized that pressing play on NetFlix and letting the kids play video games for hours while you type away on the laptop isn’t truly being present with them and they notice.

I missed so much of their life with Grapplers Quest and I decided that I wanted to become a Super Dad.

I remember seeing Jungle Gym founder, Justin Garcia giving some tips and showing fun projects from his amazing Home Schooling Program due out soon (http://MasterChim.com) and I was inspired to set out to fill my new found time with the kids with activities to engage their hearts, minds, soul and spirit.

We started doing arts and crafts, learning Spanish, comic book drawing, practicing nightly meditation, learning the solar system, playing board and card games, star gazing with telescope on clear nights, “Super Hero Training” which is basic exercises with leadership skills and several other Life Skills development programs and several other FUN activities we do together. I even reward their good behavior with Family Inclusive Video Games like Beatles Rock Band nearly every evening – I’ll write about that another blog…all in all, I’m trying to be the Best Dad I can be. I love recommendations for fun things to do – please reply with any ideas.

NOW TO THE PHOTO…
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“It’s not coming off!” I exclaimed.

The Red Stained hands in the main picture belong to my beautiful 3-year-old daughter, Kaylee Paige Cimins who slammed down a “Do-A-Dot” marker, breaking the felt tip and causing Red Ink to flow out of the marker. She had been told several times to not slam them down, so when she broke it, she started crying and proceeded to wipe RED INK all over her face too while trying to wipe away tears. She ran into the bathroom where I was giving my son a bath nearly exactly how the picture shows, except she was screaming and crying.

First, I thought she was bleeding and freaked out….who wouldn’t, she was dripping fresh red ink from her hands and face. Once I realized what occurred and that the Red was just Do-A-Dot Marker stained, I tried to clean the ink off. First I tried to clean off her hands with Trader Joe’s Next to Godliness Hand Soap which didn’t remove any ink at all. Unfortunately, then I tried to clean her hands with Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps Tea Tree Oil which removed only 15-20% of the color stains. AHHHH!!! What will I do???

ENTER MY SOLUTION —- Super Body Care’s Walnut Scrub

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My daughter started crying again after Dr. Bronner soap barely did anything – she asked, “Daddy, are my hands going to be red forever?”. I calmed her down and promised her I would get it out.

Finally, I grabbed Cheri Heberling’s Super Body Care Walnut Scrub and within seconds of calmly scrubbing, the color came off…completely. She loves the smell, so she allowed me to gently scrub her face (around her sensitive skin of her eyes) as well, because she had wiped her face while crying her eyes looked like a prize fighter. It easily removed her Do-A-Dot eye makeup too.

Thank you Super Body Care for helping me look like a Super Dad to Kaylee. Check out Super Body Care products at: http://SuperBodyCare.com or purchase the Walnut Scrub directly here: http://superbodycare.com/shop/#!/~/product/category=1870672&id=8057839

Parents – The Great Spanking Debate with Thoughts from Brian Cimins, Life Coach

The Great Spanking Debate

OUCH! Despite all the warnings and criticism, four out of five parents still spank their kids. Many experts believe the negative consequences outweigh any behavior benefits. Who’s right? This is a VERY important conversation to have as a couple before situations arise. 
Many couples have HUGE differences of opinions on “spanking” and it can lead to tremendous problems and verbal altercations between parents. It’s important to look at it from all sides and the following PARENTS Magazine article really nailed it on the head.  Check it out at: http://www.parents.com/toddlers-preschoolers/discipline/spanking/spanking-discipline-debate

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Parenting Tip: It’s HARD sometimes to keep your cool as a parent during chaotic moments, screaming, sibling rivalries, etc. – before responding or disciplining your child in any way, try to close your eyes, focus on your breathing and take Five DEEP breaths first…just give it a try and reply below with your feedback or results. 
Remember the old saying, “It really takes a WHOLE village to help raise a child” – don’t be so hard on yourself, especially if you are all alone (father or mother).  Keep expanding your mind, focus on improving weaknesses and give new things a try, because there’s always “another way”.  If you want change, but keep repeating the “OLD WAYS”, change is impossible.  You MUST try new things, which might currently lie outside of your “comfort zone” if you want better results.  Remember to tell your kids you love them today and hug them as many times as you can. 
Your Strategy Coach, Proud Parent of Two amazing children and Work-From-Home Dad,
Brian John Cimins

We can all be Super Heroes to our kids, but you got to be there first with Brian Cimins

We can all be Super Heroes to our kids, but you got to be there first. Logan and Kaylee have been home sick this week but I finally got to really focus on them, just as a Dad.

Balancing our work time with family time can be really challenging. Try not to be so hard on yourself – one day they will understand that you gave your heart and soul to both career and family…and it took everything you had – and THEY ARE WORTH IT!

Working from home has always been a challenge – but I finally am figuring out how to make it work and not be the absentee, “always busy” Dad who didn’t have time for his kids.

As parents, we all must realize that there will come a day that if we work all the time and avoid our most important job of all – being parents our children will not become the same amazing people they could and should become.

At the end of your life, images of your children, wife and loved ones will flash to you, not bank statements and piles of money. I’m not saying don’t try to be successful, I’m saying don’t let the endless pursuit of fame and fortune blind you from uncovering your true purpose in life beyond the game of Monopoly that we all enjoy playing so much. Don’t be afraid to dig deep into your subconscious mind…there’s an infinite universe inside your mind.

My Pride and Joy – My life as a father by Brian Cimins

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Having children changed my life. It humbled me, challenged me, scared me at times but has shown me the purest and innocent forms of love in the world. It’s our job as parents to reinforce love in their lives – they are the future and the more love you show them, the more endless their potential becomes. Love, Dad
Brian Cimins 🙂

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