July 14, 2021

No Population Is Immune from Suicide

Each day, an average of 12 young people commit suicide in the United States, leaving behind devastated family and friends. Most youth show clear signs of […]
July 11, 2021

Teens, Tech and Talk

Teens in high school are exposed to and use technology every day. Computers, phones, tablets, cameras, 3-D printers, laptops, and interactive white boards are a part […]
July 8, 2021

Unrealistic Expectations

My thighs are too fat. My abs aren’t ripped enough. My body is too hairy. I have too many zits.Comments like these are typical of kids […]
July 7, 2021

More Listening Less Talking

Parents can help relieve a child’s internal pressure, Lisa Medoff, Ph.D., an education specialist in the Office of Medical Student Affairs at the Stanford School of […]
July 3, 2021

Cancel Culture; The New Way to Bully

The internet has turned everyone’s lives into an open book. Whatever you put on the internet is likely out there forever because there is no telling […]
June 30, 2021


Individuals with high emotional intelligence (EQ) are happier, successful and healthier. As parents, this is essentially what we want for our kids. So how do we […]
June 29, 2021

Brain Power

  It was once thought that the brain had little ability to repair itself. But recent studies—particularly in the field on neuroplasticity, the brain’s ability to […]
June 27, 2021

I Don’t Have Time’

  What our first response communicates to our children   “I don’t have time!” I cannot tell you how many times while raising my children that […]
June 26, 2021

5 Tips To Survive Stress

  Stress hurts our life; we still deny the fact, and it could cause problems such as mental disorders. Stress reduces our efficiency and lessens our […]
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