Entries by Rob Bell

Principles of Use of the ADI-R

The Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised (ADI-R) assists with the diagnosis of autism in individuals of all ages. It may also be used as a tool for assessing related disorders known as Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs). The ADI-R is an extended interview that produces a range of information.   The interviewer administering the ADI-R must be experienced, […]

How To Not Feel Bad About Yourself (INFOGRAPHIC)

How To Not Feel Bad About Yourself No one can tell you how you should feel. Feeling good all of the time is not a goal, because if we never struggle with adversity, can we truly appreciate everything? Adversity and struggle provide us with perspective and humility which lead to gratitude. What matters more is […]

Stay Focused: How Hall Of Famers Think

Stay Focused: How Hall of Famers Think       The following blog post is an excerpt from the book- The Hinge: The Importance of Mental Toughness        Here is how the mental game works. We are not only working on our own game, but we are also working on ourselves. The skills […]

Vicarious or Supportive Sport Parents?

Vicarious Or Supportive Sport Parents Do you live through your child or with your child? This post is an excerpt from the book- Don’t “Should” on Your Kids: Build Their Mental Toughness Your child is having a great season as the post-season approaches. He or she is worried. He or she asks you the question, […]

Five Amazing Superfruits That Ward Away Illness

Five Amazing Superfruits That Ward Away Illness Nobody likes being sick, so, if an alternative was available, you’d choose it. Well, you don’t need to look for a miracle ‘cure-all’ – nutritional scientists have discovered five awesome superfruits which are crammed with minerals, antioxidants, vitamins and all sorts of healthy elements which will boost your […]