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Self Care

Studies show that raising children with special needs experience higher amounts of stress than parents of children who are not dealing with special needs. Parents need to keep their cups full in order to best care for their children, yet remain physically and mentally and healthy themselves. It can be hard to find the time for self-care, but it is important to remember it is important and deserved. Read More

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Why Kids Should be Bored

Research shows that constructive boredom in children is essential to their mental and emotional development. Children do not need to be constantly entertained, nor do they need a screen with them at all times to alleviate boredom. However, and this is a big however, kids do need guidance from parents and caregivers if their boredom is to be constructive. Frankly, a little bit of innocent mischief is good for kids. Read More

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When to be Concerned about Your Child's or Teen's Mood

Children and teenagers are often moody or irritable, but how do parents know when these behaviors occur more often than average. Reports indicate that 9% of adolescents ages 12 to 17 experience a major depressive episode with girls more likely to be affected than boys. Read More

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