Study Reveals Children Diagnosed With ADD and ADHD Saw Increase In The Last 5 Years. But Experts Question Findings NOTE: I want to thank Attorney Danielle Peterson for all her help researching and collaborating with me on this blog article!
Kids aren’t little adults. While the physical differences are obvious, the psychological ones are not, particularly as kids and teens appear more sophisticated than previous generations. Here are a few key differences. More egocentric. Children experience the world from their
For Victims Of Child Abuse The Holidays Can Be The Worst Around this time of year, it is impossible to go anywhere without hearing or seeing something reminding us to “give thanks” and to get into the “holiday” spirit. However,
If you want your children to be successful, raise them to be emotionally and mentally tough. Tough people don’t get upset easily. They are resilient in the face of adversity. They are great problem solvers, focusing on ways to deal
Pew Research Statistical Findings Show Fathers Taking Active Role In Home Life Kim Parker, Director of Social Trends Research at Pew Research Center, published a very interesting article on June 15, 2015, in their “Fact Tank” about the changing role