Category: Parenting

Helping a child deal with loss

Loss is an inevitable part of life. Kids can experience intense feelings about the death of a parent or relative, or even a family pet.  When a child’s relationship ends abruptly, the impact can be particularly devastating. With the help … Continue reading

Pretty little drivers : 7 tips for parents of teens

By: Laura Hutchison, MD Parenting is often about decisions.  As a Mom of a 15-year-old daughter who just recently got her learners permit, my current dilemma is in regards to teenage driving.  Many parents struggle to find the balance between … Continue reading

Letting kids be kids during recess

  Historically, school recess has been one of the few times during the day when our kids’ activities are not overly organized, supervised and controlled by adults. There are plenty of risks in letting kids be kids. A lot of … Continue reading

Which parenting style do you use?

Which of the following best describes your approach to raising your children? Permissive – These types of parents tend to be very warm, engaging and accepting of their children. They encourage their kids to make their own decisions. They avoid using … Continue reading

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