July 26, 2017

And as parents, we teach our children about water safety and road safety—we make sure they wear their armbands and that they know they must hold our hands and look both ways before crossing the road.

But are we taking the time to incorporate body safety into our pa...

"It’s time for us to take the Worry Monster down once and for all and turn our worriers into warriors. 

Here are the 10 steps to do it:"

Anxiety has become a regular part of our society and daily lives for our children (and ourselves). Worry and fear cause our children t...

"Worries are “What if?” thoughts. When children say them aloud, parents tend to respond with reassurance. “Don’t worry. That’s not going to happen.” If reassurance is going to work, it will work right away. But worry-prone kids are rarely satisfied with a quick bit of...

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