September 22, 2022

ADHD Driving Tips

  Miriam Monahan, an occupational therapist and certified driving instructor in Williston, Vermont, shares these tips that may help you help your child get used to […]
September 4, 2022

The Power of “I”

The Power of “I” Statements:  Leading with “I” vs. “You:”  .   You are not getting up on time for school!  You didn’t do the dishes.  You […]
April 8, 2022

Mornings with Meaning

If you’re like most folks, there’s not enough “break,” but too much “fast” in your breakfast time.   Hectic schedules, family members with differing appetites and […]
April 7, 2022


  Talking about drugs with teens can be nerve-wracking because you don’t want to give them any ideas about using drugs, but you also want them […]
March 1, 2022

Brain Facts

Research shows that a human brain isn’t fully developed until the mid to late 20’s, with some research stating it can be as late as age […]
February 3, 2022

Natural Strategies

  Someone once said, having a child is like having a piece of your heart out walking around. Our fierce love fuels the need to protect […]
January 22, 2022

Parenting Principles

From diapers to decisions. This phrase captures the essence of parenting because, once you’re a parent, you’re in it for life.  As brand-new parents, wouldn’t it […]
January 15, 2022

Don’t Waste The Teachable Moments

Education We all have similar, universal human needs. We all want to belong, and to have a sense of meaning and significance. Often, children engage in […]
December 24, 2021

Putting Yourself on the Priority List

They say you cannot serve anyone from an empty cup. However, too many of us relegate our own needs to the back-burner, chronically beholden to our […]
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