By Sushi Frausto, M.A. Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT #101031) During this time of at-home learning, parents supporting children with ADHD may struggle to keep up with their kids’ energy
At Target, the buckets, shovels and slip-and-slides are all placed in the clearance aisle – with notebooks, three-ring binders and pens piled high on the shelves instead. Yes, we’re back
At Target, buckets, shovels and slip and slides are all placed in the clearance aisle with notebooks, three ring binders and pens piled high on the shelves instead. Yes…we’re back
The 8th graders we know are both excited and nervous about the big transition to high school. New opportunities can be thrilling. The unfamiliar and additional stresses can be daunting.
Many summers ago we made an unsuccessful stab at growing tomatoes in containers on our kitchen deck alongside the flourishing basil and mint. This year, I decided to try again
The new school year is off and running with excitement and stress. Research shows that there are many good ways to deal with your stress as a parent. In fact,