Category Archives: Pre-teens and Teens

Teens May Respond to Peer Counseling in Ways Adults Don’t

Teens May Respond to Peer Counseling in Ways Adults Don't

In this article, find out what peer counseling is and the different ways teens respond to peer counseling in ways adults don’t. Meeting the emotional needs of teenagers can be difficult for parents. Teens worry that their parents don’t recognize the difficulties they’re facing. Or, if they are guilty of wrongdoing, they can be afraid […]

Eating Disorders in Children Affect Both Girls and Boys

Eating Disorders in Children

In this article, we’ll talk about how eating disorders in children can both affect girls & boys. As well as the symptoms & what you can do. When they think of persons with eating disorders, most people picture women and girls in their teens and early adulthood. In the United States, eating disorders affect around […]

What You Need To Get Now For Back To School

What You Need To Get Now For Back To School

It appears like notebook paper and backpacks were placed on store shelves early this year, and if you noticed them right after July 4th, you’re not alone. School supply lists may not yet be available in some areas since while some states have a late August start date, others don’t send their pupils back to […]

How Real Are Growing Pains?

How Real Are Growing Pains

You might have written off your kid’s unexplainable aches and pains as “growing pains.” As it turns out, that label may not do justice to the current situation. According to new research, the term “growing pains” isn’t the most accurate description. In fact, it might have nothing to do with expansion. Up to half of […]

The Rise of the Stay-at-Home High School Parent

The Rise of the Stay-at-Home High School Parent

Due to the pandemic, the rise of the stay-at-home high school parent is on the rise. Those who choose to stay home to raise their children are typically associated with caring for infants and toddlers. According to the data, mothers with young children (those under the age of three) are the most likely to stay […]