Encouraging Physical Activity for Our Children’s Well-being

1 0 As we navigate through the challenges of parenting, it’s important to explore ways to support our children in their overall development. Today, I wanted to touch upon the topic of physical activity and its benefits, especially for children with ADHD. Studies have shown that even half an hour a day of exercise can […]

10 Parenting Tips for Preteens and Tweens

0 0 Today, I wanted to share with you some valuable parenting tips specifically designed for preteens and tweens. These tips will help you navigate through this important stage of your child’s life with confidence and understanding. Let’s dive right in! Tip 1: Don’t feel rejected by their newfound independence. Understand that it’s natural for […]

Supporting Our Children in Overcoming Negative Self-Talk

0 0 Today, I wanted to address a topic that many of us may have encountered as parents – when our children are too hard on themselves and engage in negative self-talk. It can be challenging to witness our kids struggle with such destructive thoughts, but there are ways we can support and guide them […]

Are Teenagers Really Ready To Go Back To Normal?

0 0 For a year, we’ve worried about our kids’ mental health as they cope with social isolation, remote school, health anxiety. Now, a return to in-person classrooms and the resumption of some kind of normal life carries fresh concerns: How will kids actually re-acclimate? We might be excited for our kids to go back […]

5 Things You Can Do to Improve Your Mindset in 20 Minutes

3 0 By Susan C. Foster | August 30, 2016  Mindset is a set of attitudes, says Carol Dweck, a world-renowned Stanford psychologist, who discovered after years of research that dedication, hard work and resilience are much more important to growth and success than brains or talent. When we change our mindset to one of […]