May 18, 2021

1 out of 7

To some teens, sending sexual explicit images is a normal way to interact with their peers They see nothing wrong with sexting, especially if “everyone is […]
May 17, 2021

Breaking the Cycle

For many families, passing down generations of traditions and rituals is a wonderful way to continue your family’s legacy and enrich your children’s lives in positive […]
May 16, 2021

Keeping Materialism to a Minimum

  While it may seem like your kids do everything but listen, they are actually soaking up every piece of information like a sponge. Every conversation, […]
May 15, 2021

Food as Fuel

  Parents and caregivers should talk with their kids and teens about the importance of eating foods that energize and “fuel” them, she said. The focus […]
May 14, 2021

Three Keys to Prevention

The three main points when educating parents about prescription drug misuse are the following:   Communicate with kids – Remember that children whose parents talk with […]
May 13, 2021

‘Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees’

  You’ve heard your parents say it to time and time again as you were growing up—and now it’s time to for you to teach your […]
May 12, 2021

Teens and Stress

30 percent of teens feel depressed or sad due to stress   High school kids are stressed. Not only are they dealing with identity crises, academic […]
May 11, 2021

Bad Habit or Addiction

  Bad Habit or Addiction: How to Tell the Difference  “Addictions rarely happen suddenly, unless it’s something like heroin,” says Nowinski. “Generally, they creep up on […]
May 10, 2021


I.Q makes up only 20% of the factors that determines one’s life success. The concept of emotional intelligence captures in one compelling term the essence of […]
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