Teachers: Thank you for the vital role you play in the lives of our children, so much of it unseen and unrecognized.
There’s scientific evidence that healthy relationships are foundational to a healthy life. This article shares four skills that support healthy relationships and help families thrive.
As parents, it’s hard to see our kids experience friendship problems. This article shares steps to help your child develop healthy relational skills.
Big emotions like anger are uncomfortable for kids and adults. This article shares ways to help kids learn to manage anger in healthy ways.
Do you and your kids understand the difference between mean and bullying behavior? Understanding the difference helps kids know how to navigate each situation.
Research finds that girl boy friendships are important because they give kids a chance to explore themselves outside of gender scripts an more.
The words we choose can make matters a lot better or a lot worse. “I Statements” take practice, but improve relationships our whole lives.
What makes you feel loved? What makes each of your family members feel loved? These questions and understing the 5 Love Languages will help.
Mean girl behavior, or relational aggression isn’t just for girls. Boys experience these painful interactions and may not realize it’s a form of bullying.
When my kids were babies, I realized I had a lot to learn to help my family (and myself) develop emotional intelligence.