Getting Active at Home

Getting Active at Home

Being cooped up inside or in the backyard with the whole family can be stressful, and cause some tension when teens, school age, and preschool children are together all the time. One great way to tire everyone out and help manage excess energy and anxiety and...
Transitioning Your Life When Your Kids Are Off To College

Transitioning Your Life When Your Kids Are Off To College

There are so many resources out there to help prepare high school graduates for the stressors of college life. However, many don’t speak to the transition that happens at home with parents, once kids have left for school. If you are not prepared for it, adjusting to a...
Should I Be Watching my Child on Social Media?

Should I Be Watching my Child on Social Media?

Is your child consumed with social media?  Snapchat, Instagram, twitter, facebook, and the list goes on and on. The next craze will be here any day… They all start innocently enough. It is what kids are into, this is what they do. This is how they communicate these...
Preparing for College Success

Preparing for College Success

The first year of college is one of the most memorable times in a young adult’s life, as it is often a first glimpse of freedom and independence. They’re exposed to a wealth of knowledge through their academics, and develop some of their closest friendships. However,...
Is It the “Winter Blues”?

Is It the “Winter Blues”?

Each year, more than 1 million children and adolescents suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a subtype of depression, this can also be known as the “Winter Blues.” It follows a seasonal pattern, where sufferers usually experience symptoms in the winter and...