January 15, 2023

Tech-Free Time

Walking down the street in any city or town in America, it’s almost impossible not to run into someone on their phone, tablet or watch. As […]
January 13, 2023

Get A Clue

Get a Clue Let’s be real. For women, especially young girls keeping track of your menstrual cycle is essential to their health. Making sure your cycle […]
January 11, 2023

What Can Parents Do To help?

How can college students manage their digital footprint? The main thing young people can do is think before they share, post or participate on digital platforms. […]
January 9, 2023

Effective Ways to Model Kindness

Kindness and compassion come naturally to children, from sharing a little bite to offering a hug when their friend needs it most. One of our many […]
January 7, 2023

Unhealthy Eating in Kids

If you were to Google “unhealthy eating in kids,” your search would result in countless articles that reference excessive food portions, villainize sugar, discuss salt and […]
January 5, 2023

15 Years Ago

     I remember saying 15 years ago that the silent killer for our youth will be something that we will freely allow in our homes […]
November 9, 2022

ADHD and Driving

Know the traits If your teen has ADHD, you and he must understand that the core symptoms of inattention and impulsivity (the inability to inhibit behavior) […]
October 18, 2022

Prepare for Pushback

  Now, will there be pushback when it comes to boundaries? Naturally, Fay says, and that’s to be expected.  “They’re going to test the limits no […]
October 11, 2022

Digital Thumbprint is Permanent

For high schoolers, the pandemic changed the face of major milestones, including some of the most memorable moments such as graduation and prom. The impact on […]
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