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November 22, 2019

Many parents fear that by setting firm and clear boundaries with their children that they will disrupt the positive, loving relationship they have. In fact, boundaries actually allow children a greater sense of freedom and safety. Children will naturally test boundarie...

April 30, 2019

Imagination is a bright and wonderful aspect of childhood. It feels like a quality that comes so naturally to children. Watching a child so completely immersed in an imaginative world and storyline often, for me, is accompanied by a sense of awe. To me, what would be a...

June 12, 2017

Even in childhood, there are so many things in life that provoke fear and anxiety. From small stressors like being alone in the dark or not knowing what activity comes next, to major life events and transitions, every child likely experiences some form of anxiety. Alth...

Disclaimer: Bullying has become a hot topic in our nation due to the extreme behaviors and repercussions that have occurred in recent years. This article is not meant to condone bullying behaviors; instead, it is meant to offer an alternative and more empowering perspe...

October 24, 2016

There are many definitions of aggression, so I want to make sure we are on the same page. Specific to this article, aggression refers to verbal or physical aggression. This may include (but is not limited to) talking back, yelling, cursing, hitting, kicking, biting, an...

September 2, 2016

Normalize the Feelings
There are a lot of changes occurring along with the back-to-school transition, and it is normal for your child to need some time to adjust. We can support them to process these feelings and learn to handle them with confidence. For your part, ass...

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