Loneliness is hard to diagnose in kids, and often can be mistaken for other conditions. Kids are reluctant to admit such feelings, concerned that it’s a sign of weakness. Here are four ways to help you identify a lonely child.
A Parents Guide To Abbreviations Kids Use On Their Cellphones. When you think about the stereotypical teenager, what comes to mind? A pimply twig that enjoys blaring bubble gum pop music while their face is stuck in a cellphone screen?
ALERT: Constitutional rights to same-sex marriage couples upheld by U.S. Supreme Court. On Monday, June 26, 2017, the United States Supreme Court reversed a decision from the Arkansas Supreme Court.
Family Law Attorney Chip Mues Recalls A Remarkable 4th of July Vacation Set In Maine. It seemed appropriate that I should write something for the family law blog geared towards the “Birthday of America”. In the past, I liked to reflect upon the holidays and tried to find some correlation between the specific holiday and my family law practice.
Supreme Court Rules Federal Citizenship Rules Unconstitutional, Gender Equality Prevails Recently the Supreme Court has made a ruling that has progressed society forward and upheld gender equality. On June 12, 2017, in the case of Sessions, Attorney General v. Morales-Santana,