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How to Design a Family Digital Citizenship Contract

by Christa Melnyk Hines We raise our kids to be polite and respectful in person so why wouldn't we stress those same values in the...

Anger Management: Helping Kids Cool Down

Everyone has to deal with feelings of anger and frustration at times. While these feelings are normal, it is important to teach kids how...

Parenting Your Teen Through Depression: What I’ve Learned Along the Way

by LaQueshia Jeffries Last year, my son attempted suicide for the first time after a series of escalating events. Looking back, there were signs and...

6 Great College Prep Apps

by Tanni Haas, Ph.D. There’s nothing easy about applying to and preparing for college. Thankfully, there are many smartphone and tablet apps to make the...

Simple but Significant: Striking the Right Tone for Teen Birthdays

by Kathryn Streeter Most parents would agree that birthdays are an easy win when the kids are young—not without great effort and frenzied busyness, for...

5 Fun, Non-Traditional Birthday Parties Your Kids & Their Friends Will Love

by Brandy Centolanza When it comes to children and birthdays, celebrations these days seem to amount to more than just balloons and a slice of...

#teenstoo – Talking to your kids about sexual harassment

Whether in school, on a date, or on the job, teens and young adults may fall victim to sexual harassment. The national #MeToo movement...

Joy Journaling: A Heart-centered Way To Stay Connected To Your Kids

Joy journaling might become your new favorite thing to do with your tween or teen. When I want my fifteen-year-old to hang out with me,...

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