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Autism Spectrum Disorder: Insights into Neurodiversity

March 27th to April 2nd marks Autism Awareness Week, a time dedicated to raising awareness and understanding of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This week serves as an opportunity to celebrate the unique strengths and talents of individuals with autism while promoting inclusivity and acceptance within our communities. This week, it’s an opportune moment to delve […]

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5 Things a Parent can Do When Their Teen has Suicidal Thoughts

It can be scary to think about your teen having suicidal thoughts. What do you do? How do you talk about it? According to America’s Health Rankings (2021), in 2018, suicide was the second leading cause of death among 10-24 year olds. Suicide rates are higher among males than females, as well as individuals who […]

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How to Find a Middle Ground with your Teen

Being a parent to a teenager can be difficult. There is confusion and a lot of gray areas, and not every decision has a clear cut answer. There is no guidebook or formula to raising a teenager. Sometimes it can feel like you are going along with your teenager and that you’re on the same […]

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25 Tips to Help You and Your Child not only Survive but Thrive at Remote Learning

While most things this year in 2020 have changed dramatically for parents, how remote or hybrid school looks, may be one of the changes that is more prevalent. Most kids and teens are doing online learning, and families not only have to navigate every family member being at home, but parents are having to learn […]

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How to Help Your Child Manage Their Anxiety

Fear and Anxiety in Children For many, childhood is the most wondrous and exciting time in a person’s life. But even when a child is growing in a loving and stable family environment, they can feel fear and anxiety. Think back on your childhood. Everything new was something to be not-so-sure of. It was easy […]