Caffeine consumption is not recommended for kids or teens because its use could come at a cost.
Bringing Zen into your child’s life.
The common refrain from parents has always been “girls are easier than boys when they’re younger, but they make up for it in the teenage years.”
Keeping a journal can help tweens in many ways.
At one point or another chances are you had a diary (or journal as the cool kids call them). It allowed you a space to speak your mind, set goals, write down your secrets and dreams. Writing expressively is even proven to alleviate stress! Give your tween a place to discover who they may become with these great diaries to get them started.
How to deal with a cyber bully instigator.
The appeal of technology is hard for kids to resist, but taking time away from the TV, computer or smart phone is a good plan.
We loved the small elementary school our girls attended, but one of the disadvantages was is that their peer groups were small, too. If they didn’t like the kids in their class, they were pretty much out of luck.
Concerned that your child might be using drugs? These online resources are a good place to research and get help.
Your child’s concept of drug use can form as early as their toddler years, so it’s never too soon to make that relationship a positive one.
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