A pet can bring joy, companionship, and a sense of responsibility for your kid. But, how do you choose the right one?
I first heard the term FOMO several years ago on an episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, which is one of the many guilty pleasure shows Meg and I used to watch before we had kids (I am sure many of you parents can empathize). When I heard the term, I turned to Meg […]
Calming techniques and meditations can help children connect with what they’re feeling and work through strong emotions…Check out these expert tips…
When was the last time you had a hug? We don’t mean a quick pat on the back, but a full cuddle where you really feel close to the other person. Typically, we hug during times of happiness, sorrow, and stress. Our bodies naturally feel drawn to comfort and support one another. Hugging makes us […]
It’s that time of year again when your little ones’ lives are filled with new friends, evening homework, and shifting bedtime routines. All this excitement and change can bring unintended stress and back-to-school anxiety to our kiddos, which can, in turn, make their settling down to sleep much more of a nightmare than a dream […]
All kids sometimes experience feelings of worry or stress, but you can help keep them happy and healthy with these top tips from our Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Janet Kennedy. 1. Talk about it:Worries have a way of gaining strength when kept inside. Talking about them can help kids feel better. You can try talking to […]