Many assume that children who are young “won’t remember” or “won’t understand” death. However, in many cases, children are more perceptive than adults realize. Depending on a child’s level of cognitive development, death can be a challenging topic for parents to discuss with their children.
An estimated 20.5 million students attend college and enrollment rates have increased by approximately 20 percent between 2003 and 2013.1 Many parents are guilty of measuring success according to which universities have granted their offspring a ticket of acceptance. This can make the college planning and the application process a
Parents know there’s something wrong. Their child has been to the pediatrician and the medical work up is unremarkable – but something is off. A parent’s instinct is often more helpful than clinical tests. If a parent is concerned, it’s everyone’s job to listen. In
“Get me out of here!” your child screams kicking his feet back and forth and playing with his food. It’s been all of ten minutes at the dinner table and your youngster just can’t sit still. He won’t go to bed and there is a
Our world on social media is characterized by constant comparison to the lives of others. But what you see is sometimes a distorted view of reality. The world has changed since the birth of Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram and other social media services. Many individuals look