February 10, 2018
suicide

Suicide Does Not Discriminate

Each day, an average of 12 young people commit suicide in the United States. Most youth show clear signs of their intention to attempt suicide. But too […]
February 16, 2017

Character Counts

In the bygone era, when we could let our kids roam the neighborhood all day and check in when they got hungry, our young son came […]
September 30, 2016
eating disorders

Eating Their Words

There are many forms of bullying. Types that attack a child’s weight have life-threatening effects. Effects that manifest into eating disorders. Such as bulimia and anorexia […]
May 20, 2016
trauma

Help your Child Cope with Trauma

What is the best way to talk to children about tragedy and help them cope with traumatic events? Dr. Prakash Masand, a former consulting professor of […]
May 6, 2016
Contagion

The Issue of Contagion

Along with the previously mentioned causal factors, a common environmental risk for teens can be exposure to the suicidal behavior of others. When a life is […]
April 22, 2016
help

Cries For Help

Although threats of suicide and suicidal talk are not new phenomena, they have spread to online platforms in recent years. Making them not only more difficult […]
April 1, 2016
girl scout cookies

More Than a Cookie Sale

Girls use the Cookie Program as a spring board to follow their dreams! Every year, thousands of Arizona girls take part in the largest girl-led business […]
March 11, 2016
reliving past

Reliving the Past

Each of us has unhealed childhood wounds that affect how we parent. When our child doesn’t make the baseball team or isn’t asked to the school […]
March 11, 2016

Technology and Driving

The good, the bad and the ugly What’s good about technology and driving? Vehicles are much safer today than they were years ago. Most of the […]
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