Tag Archives: mental health

Your Child Can’t Handle Stress Alone

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Everyone wants their children to be resilient to stress but there is a grave misunderstanding about the origin of resilience. Babies are not born resilient to stress but are born with the ability to become resilient if provided with the right environment. It’s an important distinction. Resilience is the ability to adapt to adversity in […]

Your Child’s Social Media Exposure

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Social media is a growing part of the everyday lives of most teens and tweens. I’m sure you’ve experienced a time or two when you couldn’t get your kids attention because of the conversation they were having with others on social media. For the typical teen, social media has become a time-sucking rabbit hole that […]

Healthy Online Relationships

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Although it’s possible to make great friendships online that can help support your mental health, not every person you meet will be someone you get on with. Consider the potential impact of your words online. It might feel easy to say whatever you want from behind a screen but try to think about how your […]