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It’s hard to know how to talk to teenagers when they won’t talk to you. If you want your guarded teen to open up, here are 7 things to try.
Kids grieve differently from adults. Some are grieving the loss of events and activities they love or were looking forward to. Others are simply grieving the loss of normal life. What can you do as a parent, even when you are grieving yourself?
But in the midst of this pandemic, there is an opportunity to connect with your teens in new ways and make the best of difficult circumstances. Here are several light-hearted activities to help you navigate through the global event.
Are you tired of the silent stares and predictable conversations. With so much time at home together, it can be really tough to think of new questions to ask. Here are 50 conversation starters to give your family dinners a boost this week.
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Helping a child or teen with anxiety is a challenge. Download the age-appropriate resource for your child or teen for tips and practical ways you can help.
This week, the call was officially made. Schools will be closed through the end of the school year. A few kids may express happiness about the super long break they’ll have this year, but that’s not what most people are feeling.
Several years ago, I read an impactful booked called “Playing for Keeps,” by Reggie Joiner and Kristen Ivy. The premise of this book states that kids (all kids) need six specific things over time.
Just a few weeks ago, I would never have imagined we’d be living in the world we live in today. It seems that few people saw quarantines and shelter-in-place policies as a local reality. Now, this is life.
Apparently, everyone has more time for Facebook and social media right now. Everyone’s a little overwhelmed, but posting and sharing funny and insightful content is like a part-time job. Whatever it takes, right?