There are many reasons for anxiety and nobody chooses to have it. Many kids suffer in silence. Don’t let this happen to your children.
We try as parents to teach our kids as many skills as we can and sometimes assume that they know more than they actually do when it comes to everyday life skills.
Lately, the news has been full of horrific terrorist acts and natural disasters. Here are five ways to help your children make sense of what is going on in the world.
At this time in the academic year when students are finishing up at school, all kids talk about is how they need a break from school. After 2-3 weeks of a break, what will your children do to stimulate their minds and keep their brains working?
Now that almost all young people are on various social media platforms, teens need to be made aware of how their social media profile can affect their chances of getting hired.
If you have not had an easy life in your youth, your desire is to make it better for your kids. But are you really making it better for them? Here are some tips to make them more resilient.
If teens are outgoing and sociable, they can leverage this quality during an interview and exude confidence. If teens are challenged by social situations by being shy or anxious, interviews can be nerve-wracking!
With teachers focusing on so many skills which will be evaluated by standardized tests, there are many things that teachers don’t have time to teach your teen in school.
There are a lot of positives to instant communication. However, trying to have a complicated discussion about a sensitive issue online may not be the way to go.