A Busy Parents Guide to Mindfulness

Parent’s Guide to Mindfulness

Being a parent doubles your reasons for being mindful because living in the moment benefits you and your children. As you increase your own peace of mind, you’re becoming a stronger role model for the rest of your family. Your children will feel more secure and may be less likely to engage in risky behavior…

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Protecting Your Child From Predators

Protecting Your Child From Predators

Even good parents often underestimate the dangers their children face. One In Four Females | One In Six Males Are Abused Sexually Before Age 18. In most cases, the enemy is not a faceless stranger, but a known and trusted neighbor, a coach, or even a family member. Protecting Your Child From Predators by Beth…

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Social Skills Development For Toddlers

Social Skills Development For Toddlers

Teaching social skills for children is not as easy as it may seem. Many parents, especially single parents, think that a trip to the supermarket will teach their child the value of sharing. Grocery Shopping could not be further from the truth. Most supermarkets tend to have very segregated areas. The honest answer to how…

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When Should Siblings Share a Bedroom?

Should Siblings Share a Bedroom

As we have built larger homes and had more space for children, we have put every child in a separate bedroom, but there are advantages to children sharing bedrooms. In previous generations, children had to share bedrooms because it was a financial necessity. However, sharing bedrooms is a great way to teach social skills and…

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How Does Binge-Watching Impact Teens

How Does Binge Watching Impact Teens?

Teens regularly binge-watch shows on YouTube, Netflix, and other streaming services. While seventy-three percent of Netflix viewers report feeling happy while they’re binge-watching, neuroscience research indicates that those marathon sessions could pose risks to a teen’s mental and physical health. A growing body of research raises concerns about what binge-watching does to the brain. Some…

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Teach Your Child Top Success Skills

Teach Your Child Top Success

Success Builds Skills Being a great student doesn’t necessarily translate to being a successful adult. So, you’re not off the hook just because your child is doing well in school. School is not teaching the essential success skills for children in life. As a parent, you are your child’s first teacher. You can make up…

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