The teen years are when your daughter will start to look for new ways of dressing herself. How can you help her dress with confidence, but in such a way that she doesn’t send the wrong message?
The coronavirus has affected everyone in one way or another, but for children who had only known school, everything that was familiar to them for their entire lives completely changed overnight. As far as children with ADHD, there are some positives and negatives that come from required homeschooling, most of which is conducted from a computer screen.
When we think about babies, we’re usually concerned with their most physical needs. After all, babies do a lot of sleeping, eating, and pooping! But as a newborn grows, their mental health needs grow too. They express themselves in ways beyond crying and they need support to build social and emotional health.
As a parent, there are many things that you want to protect your children from for as long as possible. There’s a natural desire to try to stave off the harsh realities of the world so that you can allow them to enjoy a carefree childhood for as long as possible. However, the problems of the world tend not to listen to your wishes, and issues can disrupt lives, forcing you to break that bubble.
Although every teen is unique, we have to acknowledge that adolescence is a challenging period. Many teens are experiencing increased levels of stress and anxiety! As parents, we have to do everything in our power to Boost Self Esteem in Teenagers!
Productivity can be challenging to achieve, especially if there are a lot of things on your plate. So, if you are a work-from-home parent, you will all the help that you can get. In this post, we will share with you six methods on how you can be productive at work while taking care of your kids.
Scoliosis is the curving of the spine into a ‘C’ or an ‘S.’ Although it affects all genders, it is more prevalent in girls than boys. It is most noticeable between the ages of 10 and 14. If you notice that your child’s shoulders are uneven when they are standing straight, they might have scoliosis. Another sign to look out for is if the child’s hips do not look aligned. While it might not have any back pain, scoliosis will affect your child in later years, and there are high chances of it progressing. If you have a feeling that your child has scoliosis, here are a couple of things you can do:
The best way to improve organizational skills in your family is, of course, habit. However, until you get there, there are several ways you can bring the whole family together for practice. This list is a sample of a much longer selection, and you should pick the skills and habits right for you.
There are many odds and ends to see to when sending your child away to college. It will be their first time away and independent of you, and that can be worrisome. Here are a few things you can do to set your mind at ease.
As a parent, you are probably more than familiar with the stress and all its negative effects. However, stress is not something that only affects adults; children experience it too and the truth is that it can affect them even more acutely. Since they are not as experienced, they might not know how to deal with the tension. This is why you need to watch out for any signs of stress and help your children cope with it, as well as teach them how to handle stress on their own. Here are a few useful tips.