Archive for December 2018

Teaching Mindfulness: 5 Ways to Reduce Childhood Anxiety

Childhood Anxiety

Mindfulness is one of those trendy words that, in the minds of many, seems to be connected to something spiritual or mystical or detaching oneself from the world. But mindfulness is none of that. Simply put, mindfulness is being fully conscious and aware of the present moment. That awareness encompasses paying attention to your thoughts…

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10 Ways to Help Your Teen Get Over a Breakup

Teen Get Over a Breakup

It may have been some time ago, but although you’re now a parent, you can probably still think back to your teenage years and remember your first breakup. How did it feel? One moment, you were on cloud nine. The next, you’ve crashed and shattered to pieces. The breakup may have caused you the most…

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Parents: What You Need To Know About Teen Eating Disorders

Teen Eating Disorders

Are you concerned about your teen developing an eating disorder? As a caring parent, the worry about your teen falling prey to societal ideas of body image that are less than healthy has probably crossed your mind a time or two—especially if you have a daughter. Why do teens succumb to the pressure? Some think,…

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5 Essential Keys on How to Avoid Parental Alienation

parent alienation

Most of us have probably heard horror stories of parental alienation. One parent deliberately targeting and sabotaging the other parent’s relationship with their child after a divorce. Either just to make themselves look good or exert some kind of control over their ex-spouse. The pain of such heinous actions can cut very deep. And the…

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