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Building Resilience to Stress in our Kids!

Stress can occur at any age; even children can experience it. Whether it’s school, extra-curricular activities, or social relationships, learning stress management skills can be helpful. Here are some suggestions to help alleviate stress in children and ways to help them cope as they get older.

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Social Media and Internet Safety:

Social Media and Internet safety is a valid concern for parents. With nearly limitless ability to connect online, it is important to set rules and boundaries and educate children on potential dangers.

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Parenting Strategies for Tweens and Teens

Becoming a teenager can be full of ups and downs not only for adolescents but also for parents. Setting boundaries and maintaining connections with your kids can be challenging during this stage. Here are some tips to help you guide your teen while respecting this time in their lives.

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Divorce and Children

Divorce can be a difficult time for parents and children alike. Children may react in many ways depending on their age and other factors. Here are some tips to help ease the transition from pre-divorce to post-divorce.

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How Do We Help Kids Develop Resiliency?

Resiliency is the ability to adapt to difficult situations and bounce back from them. This skill is something that can develop through life experiences. A few ways to help your child become resilient are: being supportive, allowing them to overcome obstacles, and teaching acceptance.

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