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By Michael Nedelman, CNN
Updated 6:04 AM ET, Fri January 11, 2019
When Sonya Kennedy learned that her 12-year-old son, Ryder, had tried vaping, she was "mortified."
"He honestly didn't think that there was anything wrong," Kennedy said. "He told me that almost all the grade-sevens were doing it."
And she soon realized that the trend had reached many more kids in her orbit. She learned that kids were vaping at school, taking puffs inside their shirts and in some cases charging their e-cigarettes in their teacher's own computer, she said.
Meanwhile, many parents seemed oblivious...
The Washington Post
Joel Ingersoll, psychologist and founder of Take On College, agreed. "Become familiar with these negative personal thinking ‘traps’ and develop a routine through inspirational reading or meditation to immerse yourself in positive thinking and self-reflection every day." Ingersoll encourages people to challenge themselves "to seek opportunities for personal growth in adverse situations."
If the hiring manager doesn’t ask about your career goals, there may not be a future for you at the company, says Joel Ingersoll, president and founder of Take On College LLC.
Mentalfloss.com November 14, 2016
Psychologist and Certified Master Coach Joel Ingersoll recommends organizing your day the night before. This way, you’ll feel refreshed and ready to go in the morning.
Bustle.com August 17, 2016
"Acknowledging our accomplishments or giving ourselves a pat on the back for an achievement is a great way to increase self confidence," Ingersoll says.
Bustle.com March 2, 2016
Goodcall.com January 29, 2016
Paying students for good grades is not productive, maintained Joel Ingersoll, Ph.D., CMC, president of Take On College, LLC, in Oradell, N.J.
The Guardian January 22, 2016
“Most people struggle with stress because they feel like something is out of their control,” [Dr. Joel Ingersoll] said. “Any of the activities we’ve been talking about give us a feeling of control and mastery, which is critical to reducing stress.”
Sheknows.com September 9, 2013
Joel B. Ingersoll, Ph.D. ... says, "Some of the challenges helicopter parenting presents is that the child struggles to effectively manage conflict, develop an assertive voice and doesn't adequately develop a positive, confident sense of self."
Women's Health November 7, 2005
"How much drinking is okay depends entirely on the individual," says Joel Ingersoll, Ph.D., .... "If someone has a family history of alcoholism or any kind of health problem, or a personal history that involves problems related to alcohol, even one drink a day is too much."