5 Ways To Unplug Your Child From The Screens

How does one unplug their child from screens?  Unplugging your child from screens can be done with one's initiate and using some of the ideas from the five steps.  Unplugging a child from screens has many benefits; your child will sleep better, problem solves, use their imagination, and much more. Remember back in the day when one was cal...

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How to Deal with Divorced Parents

As a child of divorcing parents, you will experience a whole world of new emotions, uncertainty even and major changes in all aspects of your life.  If your parents divorce on a bitter note, you may have to deal with heated arguments and conflicts between them too.  In a situation like this, if you feel like you need to reach out for help...

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Is It Bullying or Is It Communicating?

Have you ever gotten the dreaded message, whether in an email, text message, or on an app from your child's school or daycare wanting to discuss their behaviors toward other children?  You notice physically feeling like your heart drops into your stomach. Perhaps your palms begin to perspire and your heart rate increases. Is my child bullying?...

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Does Child Therapy Help With Divorce?

Divorce isn't easy on anyone. This is especially true for the most vulnerable members of the family unit: children. In fact, divorce of their parents is one of the most stressful events a child can endure.  The breakdown of a normal family structure, even if it's for the best in the long-term, can leave a child with significant psychological w...

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Does Child Therapy Work For Anxiety?

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health issues reported, and unfortunately, are widely prevalent among children as well as adults. While anxiety issues are difficult for adults to handle, anxiety disorders in children may create unique challenges that often leave parents at a loss. As a child's brain is still in the process of grow...

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How Bullying Can Effect Your Children

Bullying, defined as unwanted, aggressive actions taken to intimidate, threaten, or demean a target, is one of the most harmful experiences a child can endure.  A sense of safety and security is crucial to the healthy development of children, and when this feeling of safety is undermined by bullying of any kind, the effects can be disastrous a...

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Toddler Behaviors and Emotions-Hurt Feelings

Toddler behaviors can leave a lot of parents scratching their heads for answers. 

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