fbpx
Sunday, June 20, 2021
What To Do If You Believe You May Suffer From Stress And Anxiety Or Anxiety

What To Do If You Believe You May Suffer From Stress...

0
How do I get out of my depression, anxiety and OCD? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Alice D. Domar, Ph.D, Executive Director, Domar Centers for Mind/Body Health, on Quora: There is no one strategy for depression,…
What to Do If You Believe Your Kid Has a Tic Condition

What to Do If You Believe Your Kid Has a Tic...

0
My nine-year-old’s record for clearing her throat is 33 times in one minute. I counted. It’s a noise so distracting sometimes you can’t really do anything else but count how many times it happens. This has been happening, off and on, since she was six. At first, my wife and I thought it was allergies…
How to Get Your Child the Mental Health Care They Need

How to Get Your Child the Mental Health Care They Need

“Marie” had been helping her 10-year-old navigate an escalating pattern of acting out against himself and his family when things came to a head in one of his therapy sessions. He threatened to hurt himself, and “the provider advised us to take him to the emergency room,” says Marie, a 50-year-old writer in Pennsylvania who…
Take This Free Parenting Workshop to Survive the Weeks at Home

Take This Free Parenting Workshop to Survive the Weeks at Home

0
Photo: ShutterstockIt has been a week. Schools across the country have shut down—some for the rest of the school year—to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. Parents have been scrambling all week to work from home or find child care or set up schedules that kind of, sort of resemble a school day. It…
Give Your Kid a Stress Ball to Squeeze During Virtual Class

Give Your Kid a Stress Ball to Squeeze During Virtual Class

0
Photo: Zilu8 (Shutterstock)Back-ish to SchoolBack-ish to SchoolNormally we're sending kids back into the classroom right about now, but nothing is normal this year. This week we're exploring ways to help manage our domestic and academic new normals.Sometimes the best hacks are the tiniest ones; a thing so helpful and obvious in hindsight that you really…
Assist Your Kid Handle Research Stress And Anxiety by utilizing Score Scales

Assist Your Kid Handle Research Stress And Anxiety by utilizing Score...

0
Photo: Sara Hassoun / EyeEm (Getty Images) For kids with anxiety, the hardest part about homework is often just starting it. Before even picking up a pencil, they construct in their heads a story about how the assignment is too difficult, too time-consuming, too much to handle. And so they shut down. Pep talks and…
Finally, Our Kids Are Bored

Finally, Our Kids Are Bored

0
It’s good for kids to be bored. I know this, you know this, most of us know this. We were bored as kids, roaming the neighborhood with our friends, our imaginations and a distinct lack of electronic devices. We believe this boredom is at least partly responsible for the creativity and resilience we developed as…
How to Handle a Potty-Training Regression

How to Handle a Potty-Training Regression

0
Photo: ShutterstockYou thought you were done; you’d ditched the diapers and somehow, in just a matter of days, you had entered the magical word of accident-free living. But now, seemingly out of nowhere, your toddler has regressed. As frustrating and baffling as it can be, potty training regression is normal. It is common. And, best…
How to keep your sanity when you feel like the world is going crazy

How to keep your sanity when you feel like the world...

0
Enlarge / We here at the Ars Orbiting HQ are used to working from home, but even so our feline and canine coworkers are perhaps the only ones not feeling socially distanced these days. Getty / Aurich Lawson Hi there. How are you feeling today? It's a loaded question right now. Many of us are…
Assist Your Boys Browse ‘Mean Kid’ Relationships

Assist Your Boys Browse ‘Mean Kid’ Relationships

0
When we think about the way our kids might face conflict with their peers, we may have a tendency to assume our sons’ conflict is likely to be physical, whereas our daughters’ conflict will be more mental and emotional. There are the schoolyard bullies who rule the recess, lunchroom and hallway dynamics, shoving meek boys…

Recent Posts