Imagine being a tween or teenager today. Every day you’re bombarded with selfies and images that are edited to perfection.
It takes Herculean inner-strength not to constantly compare yourself to others!
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?
As parents, it’s hard to see our kids experience friendship problems. This article shares steps to help your child develop healthy relational skills.
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.
There’s a big difference between fitting -in and belonging. Tweens and teens understand and experience the difference everyday.
Do you and your kids understand the difference between mean and bullying behavior? Understanding the difference helps kids know how to navigate each situation.
When should parents talk to their kids about sex? What should they say? Is there a way to make these conversations less awkward?
What is the right age for kids to get a phone? What rules should be in place? This article includes healthy habits to put in place right from the start.
Research finds that girl boy friendships are important because they give kids a chance to explore themselves outside of gender scripts an more.
How do parents teach their kids about consent? What words should we use? What age should we start having these conversations?