Bullying Part III looks at schools, workplaces and our broader society, identifying specific resources for leaders to address interpersonal aggression and bullying.
Bullying Part II: Why It Hurts, How Parents Can Help
Bullying Part II covers the short- and long-term effects of being bullied, and how parents can effectively help their children.
Information Overload, Media Bias, Pandemic Stress and You
Are you burnt out from the pandemic and overwhelmed by conflicting media stories? Are you looking for reliable and unbiased news outlets? I've done the research. Here are the sources you can trust!
Resources that Rock for Greater Goal Setting!
Goal setting strategies for kids to make 2022 rock!
Slip, Slidin’ Away: The COVID Slide
Advice from educators on how to mitigate the COVID Slide.
Can You Dig It? Gardening Ideas for Kids
Keep kids engaged and learning over the summer with gardening!
Parenting Advice You Never Asked For
Some unsolicited parenting advice from me to you! Don't worry ... I've got your back!
Open Heart, Open Mind
"After all these years, I was still the kid in the closet, too frightened to cry over something I couldn't control ... In that moment, I understood that, to rescue the part of me still locked in that closet, I would have to admit my vulnerability. I would have to let my beautiful tears flow."... Continue Reading →
Let’s Talk About Mental Health: Resources for Youth
70% of mental health problems have their onset during childhood or adolescence.Young people aged 15 to 24 are more likely to experience mental illness and/or substance use disorders than any other age group.In 2016, suicide accounted for 19% of deaths among youth aged 10 to 14, 29% among youth aged 15 to 19, and 23%... Continue Reading →
Parenting Books, Wine Mom Memes, Unrelenting Standards and You: Parenting in the 21st Century
"When I'm upset or hurting, the last think I want to hear is advice, philosophy, psychology, or the other fellow's point of view. That kind of talk makes me only feel worse than before. Pity leaves me feeling pitiful; questions put me on the defensive; and most infuriating of all is to hear that I... Continue Reading →