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Raising Resilient Kids through Letter Writing

Letter writing, often considered outdated, is the best therapy. Raise resilient kids with these tips for writing intentional, expressive letters. Everyone knows that journaling is good therapy, but did you know that the same could be said for writing letters? Teaching kids to write letters from a young age not only helps their cognitive and […]

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Recognizing and Managing Back-to-School Anxiety

What Is “Back-to-School Anxiety”? Kids and teens might simply have anxious personalities; they may experience intermittent anxiety, or they may even have an anxiety disorder. But back-to-school anxiety can be its very own issue: anxiety specifically about returning to school. This type of anxiety can occur in kids with no history of anxiety concerns. What

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8 Tips for Co-parenting during Summer Break

Co-parenting over summer break can become a new kind of challenge. But with these eight tips, you can rock the two-house summer. Summer is fun when you’re hopping from the beach to the mall. But it’s not so exciting when you’re hopping from house to house and arguing about who gets the kids. While co-parenting

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7 Tips for Managing Parenting Stress, Anxiety, and Burnout

Are your kids burning your candle at both ends? It happens. Managing your stress, anxiety, and burnout can make parenting fun again. Stress is a fun killer. It’s the alarm that wakes you up in the middle of a dream and the parent who says, “It’s time to go home.” Ironically, the experts at PsychCentral

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Setting Healthy Boundaries in a Dysfunctional Family

Setting healthy boundaries in a dysfunctional family can be challenging, but your well-being (and family) will thank you. Every family, to some extent, has some level of dysfunction. Do you get a little too stressed about your kids’ grades? Do you and your parents still fight over the little things? It’s completely normal! Dysfunction is

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How to Be Anxious and Calm

“Anxiety is a jab in the jaw for your attention,” says world champion surfer Shaun Tomson and best-selling author of The Surfer and the Sage: A Guide to Survive & Ride Life’s Waves. “It gets your heart beating, your senses tingling, and your body ready for action.” Tomson knows something about anxiety and calm. He

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