August 12, 2022

Squash the Entitlement

According to Fay, when parents and caregivers fail to set boundaries, one sad result is that kids can develop a sense of entitlement and never learn […]
July 30, 2022

Being Mindful Online

  More and more jobs and college programs are going digital, so understanding how to engage with peers, professors and colleagues in an online environment is […]
July 29, 2022

Quality, Not Quantity

According to Lisa Davidson, a family therapist in Poway, Calif., it is important that teenagers maintain a healthy relationship with their families to develop support networks […]
July 26, 2022

Drug Talks

It’s important for parents to be first in talking with their children about drugs. Knowing the effects and risks of drug use empowers children to make […]
July 25, 2022

No More ‘Stranger Danger’

Remember all that safety talk years ago about “stranger danger”? Well, you can, more or less, forget what you learned. Ju’Riese Colon, Executive Director for External […]
July 17, 2022

Teaching Your Little One Boundaries

Boundaries about physical space, sharing, and kindness can be taught through play at this age. Using games and free-play to set rules, test the rules, and […]
July 16, 2022

Need for Independence

  Yet another factor that contributes to children’s tendency to drift apart from their families is their naturally growing sense of independence, says Christopher. “Now that […]
July 15, 2022

Health is A Treasure

  Sadly, children born in the United States are more likely to eventually suffer from chronic disease and die prematurely from preventable conditions than those in […]
July 14, 2022

Social Media & Drug Acceptance

These days, everything seems to look better with a filter on it, including drugs. Thousands of teens use social media every day, making it one of […]
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