Parents of kids with separation anxiety know just how difficult school drop off can be in the mornings. Kids may cry, plead, scream, or cling to their parents during this time, even though most of them are fine as soon as their parents leave their sight. The fear and anxiety some kids feel about this
Developing friendships is an important life skill—one that seems very natural, but can actually be difficult to teach. Good friends build our self-esteem, help us understand who we are, support and encourage us, and show us how to care about others. On the flip side, learning to cope with the negative aspects of having friends,
Study after study shows the same thing: when we set healthy habits, we will have energetic, focused days and can be more successful in everything we do.
Kindergarten is around the corner for many families. This can a big transition for your child even if they went to preschool.
The start of the school year is right around the corner. To help make things easier for you and your kids, we’ve gathered a few tips for success and good habits that can make a big difference.
As stated in the previous blog, starting school can be a scary moment for you as a parent, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Worrying about your child just goes to show that you are a great parent!
The 2014-2015 school year is about to begin for your children. This can be a time of excitement and anxiety for kids and parents. It’s exciting to see your child grow up, it makes you anxious wondering how your child will react, and it is hard not to completely know how this school year will