January 24, 2021

Stress on the Brain

  As parents, we try to protect our children from physical harm and making poor decisions. But what happens when what is harming our child is something invisible […]
January 23, 2021

Genetics and Teen Drug Abuse 

  While drug and alcohol problems often seem to develop at random during adolescence, environment and family history both play a larger role than most parents […]
January 22, 2021

Actions, Accountability, Resilience 

  Giving kids the skills to deal with bullying    “Sticks and stones…”  We all learned the phrase when we were younger and were taught, to some extent, that words […]
January 21, 2021

Teen Driving Risk Factors 

  All drivers face risks, from everyday commuters driving to and from work, school and running errands; to professional drivers with years of skill and experience on […]
January 20, 2021

The College Years: Handling Peer Pressure 

  Peer pressure is one of the many growing pains of childhood and the teenage years. But even after your child has donned their cap and […]
January 19, 2021

Me, Myself and ‘I’ 

  To guarantee your child can effectively communicate their emotions, teach them the power of “I” statements. These statements are used to de-escalate an emotional situation and focus on the emotions […]
January 18, 2021

Supercharge Your Child’s Immunity 

  As children return to school, it’s essential to equip them with the tools necessary to keep them healthy. One of the most important factors in staying healthy is […]
January 17, 2021


    Since the onslaught of COVID-19, the U.S. has seen unprecedented changes, particularly in the rise of opioid use. At least 30 states have reported increases in opioid-related mortalities or […]
January 16, 2021

The Health Benefits of Saying Sorry 

  It is important we show our children how to apologize, and that an apology doesn’t mean they’re weak, but rather that they value the relationship and they don’t want to […]
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