How Children Process and Express Grief

One out of every 20 children ages 15 and younger faces the death of a parent, according to a study published in the Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing. Other studies estimate that between 20 percent and 90 percent of children and teens deal with the death of someone close to them, such as a sibling, grandparent, other family member, friend, or classmate According to … Continue reading How Children Process and Express Grief

Preparing for a Safe Summer

Valdosta YMCA swim programs offer a mix of fun, physical activity and safety to create a lifelong love of swimming! Drowning Is Preventable. As the season turns from spring to summer, the Valdosta-Lowndes County Family YMCA encourages children and parents in Valdosta to explore the many benefits of swimming while also keeping safety in mind. In Y swim programs, participants can enjoy water sports, enhance … Continue reading Preparing for a Safe Summer

Loving in Someone Else’s Language

How do you want to be loved? Maybe you’ve never thought about how to love someone or how you want love to be shown toward you. It is helpful to be aware of your love language when in a relationship, but it’s also important to know your partner’s. Every person understands and receives love in a specific language, one of five to be precise. You … Continue reading Loving in Someone Else’s Language

All About Technique: A Local Non-Profit Teaching the Techniques of Football

Technique is possibly the most important aspect of any sport. A wide receiver won’t be able to lose his defender if he doesn’t run his routes correctly. A shooting guard won’t hit that 3-point shot if his elbow isn’t tucked. Practicing technique is important in becoming a star athlete, and Dominique Moses is here to help young athletes do just that. Technique Athletes is a … Continue reading All About Technique: A Local Non-Profit Teaching the Techniques of Football

Start Early and Make It Fun

As a kid, brushing your teeth is probably about the least most important thing in your life. As a parent, your child’s dental health is one of your top priority’s as your baby gets older and older. Parents need to monitor dental health right from the time the tooth surface starts showing. And don’t wait until all the teeth have surfaced. Caring for your child’s … Continue reading Start Early and Make It Fun