Did you know that adults spend an average of 49 days a year looking at their phones? And that we unlock our phones an average of 80 times per day?
The teen years are complex, filled with change and intense growth. I asked teenagers what they wished their parents understood about them.
As my kids grow, moments to connect with my family are becoming more limited. So I’m trying not to miss little opportunities for connection when they arise.
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.
Consent is defined as giving permission for something to happen. Teaching kids and teens about consent reduces sexual coercion, harassment, and assault.
Conversations with kids about consent can begin as early as preschool and continue throughout the teen years. These resource help guide these conversations.
We all have relationships that are challenging at times. The only thing you can control is yourself, but this choice can be powerful.
What should parents do and say at their kid’s sports events to show their love and support? In this video, kids tell parents exactly how they feel and what they wish their parents would do.
Let’s face it, friendships can be challenging. Most girls, as well as their mothers, aunts, friends and teachers have strong memories of social struggles. BFF or NRF (Not Really Friends)? Girls Guide to Happy Friendships tackles friendship struggles head-on, leaving readers (ages 8-12) informed and empowered as they navigate the tricky world of friendship.… Continue reading Books