Tag: parenting

Bringing Baby Home Workshop Dates Announced for Spring 2022!

Are you expecting a baby this year, or do you have a baby under a year old? Many couples find it challenging to make the transition to parenthood. The Bringing Baby Home workshop can help. Designed by The Gottman Institute, the program focuses on building and maintaining the quality of the couple’s relationship, which ultimately improves the quality of life for babies and children. Register for a Spring 2022 session.

How to Address Challenges New Parents May Face

It’s no secret that the transition to parenthood is a challenging one with all the physical, psychological, and relational changes that occur in a relatively short period of time. With sleep deprivation, it’s no wonder that many parents experience a shortness in temper or/and a lack of patience. If you’re a parent, you’re familiar with these challenges. If you’re expecting for the first time, you may be wondering how to navigate this unknown, upcoming transition, how a new baby will impact your lifestyle and relationship, and what kind of parent you will be.  

Health Implications on Women Caused by Pandemic Stress

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Parents have unquestionably been hit hard by the pandemic. Between school closures and virtual learning, many parents have assumed the role of teacher on top of their usual household obligations and adjusting to working from home. And on top of that, parents are helping their children navigate their fear, anxiety, and depression around COVID and tumultuous societal events.

How To Help Your Child Who Is Being Bullied

Watching your child endure bullying and harassment from their peers is a difficult and painful experience for most parents. We all want our children to be happy and healthy, and when they hurt, we hurt. Whether they’re at school or just looking at social media on their phones, tablets or computer, it can be virtually impossible to try and intervene or attempt to stop bullying behavior.

Cyberbullying: Four Ways to Intervene

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When social media first took center stage back in the mid-2000s, it was largely intended as an avenue to help connect people near and far. However, there have also been unintended consequences. While the use of social media continues to be a heavily discussed topic, focus has shifted to bullying that can result from social media use.

A Guide to National Screen Free Week

This week is National Screen Free Week! It’s an invitation to put down your phone or tablet, turn off the computer and TV, and enjoy life beyond the screen. Off-screen time encourages connection with others and creativity. It can be an intentional time to connect with your kids, your family, and your community. Taking a… Read more »