It has become common to discuss mental health among adults, but what about children’s mental health? Just like adults, children experience hardships and can struggle to make sense of things on their own. When children have problems, they cannot handle on their own, therapy can help because it can give them a safe place to voice their feelings and build new skills that will enable … Continue reading Children & Therapy
A Guide for Parents + Recipes. When it comes to kids and nutrition, we parents have a long road ahead of us. Nevertheless, the more we share our experiences and what we learn, the more we are able to make changes. Proper nutrition for babies and kids is not usually one of the areas we learn enough about after the delivery of our children. Maybe … Continue reading Kids Health Topic
Ever heard your parents say, “well if your friends jump off a bridge are you going to too”? I know I did when I was a teenager. Peer pressure at a young age has its pros and cons so let’s talk about it. There are different types of peer pressure and knowing which one you are dealing with can help you solve it. Spoken – … Continue reading Peer Pressure
Over the past century, the presence of screens in everyday life has rapidly increased. Only 9% of American households had televisions in 1950. By 1978, that jumped to 98%. Later, computer ownership followed a similar upward trajectory. In 1984, only about 8% of American homes contained a computer. By 2016, that number was over 89%. The smartphone is the latest screen with skyrocketing ownership. In … Continue reading Does Screen Time Affect Children’s Development?
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