What are some of the adjustments that recent college grad kids will be making? Recent college grads have many adjustments to make. Not only are they saying good-bye to many of their friends, a familiar surrounding and a student lifestyle, but they are also facing … Continue reading Recent College Grads: Adjustments, Parents’ Role, Jobs and Adult Life
Month: July 2019
Anxiety and Resilience
Anxiety is a physiological response related to a perceived danger and worried, negative thinking. Basic fight or flight responses are triggered from worries and these reactions are usually disproportionate to the concern at hand. Worry can be productive or poisonous. Productive worry is worry about … Continue reading Anxiety and Resilience
Got an anxious high schooler with ADHD? Help is here.
Many teens today feel extremely overwhelmed and anxious, especially those who are out-of-the-box thinkers. Life seems constantly demanding and stressful. With the executive functioning challenges that are typical of ADHD brains, it’s even harder for them to regulate intense feelings. Routine concerns can quickly balloon … Continue reading Got an anxious high schooler with ADHD? Help is here.
UPJOURNEY: Signs Your Marriage is Over
Deciding that it’s time to end a marriage is complicated. Sometimes people arrive at this choice quickly based on an experience of betrayal from an affair or financial misdeeds. Click logo below to read more.
SheKnows: What Your Kid Needs to Know to Stay Safe in College
Starting college is one of the most exciting milestones in your child’s life, and every parent wants the experience to be both educational and enjoyable for their kid. That’s why it’s so important to have open, honest conversations about college safety — from drinking culture to sexual assault, … Continue reading SheKnows: What Your Kid Needs to Know to Stay Safe in College
22 News Mass Appeal: Summer Screen Time Tips for Families
Dr. Sharon Saline, clinical psychologist, gave her tips for making sure your children are getting the most out of their summer by limiting their screen time. Click logo below to read more.
Parentology: How Splitting Time Between Two Homes Impacts Children
By Joe Thompson When a couple decides to get a divorce, they usually worry about how to break the news to their children and what their reactions will be. Then comes the discussions splitting time between two homes, and the impact this decision may have on … Continue reading Parentology: How Splitting Time Between Two Homes Impacts Children