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In adolescence, your child's fears begin to shift. Social concerns, peer pressure, and academic and extracurricular performance all rise in priority. Help your child express, manage, and overcome their fears, so that they don't go underground.ADOLESCENT (9th grade) Emotional Dev't
Talking to your kids about sexual topics can feel awkward. But it's worth overcoming your discomfort, because children whose parents talk to them about sex tend engage in sexual activity at a later age, and more safely when they do so.Elementary Social Dev't
Childhood can be a particularly fearful time. Help your child express, manage, and overcome their fears.Pre-K 3 Emotional Dev't
It is human nature to compare ourselves to others. Don't be alarmed if your kiddo compares themself to peers, but try not to let it lead to an erosion of self-esteem.Elementary Social Dev't
Money can feel like a sticky topic, but learning about money is an essential skill-building endeavor, that will support your child throughout life.Elementary Cognitive Dev't
As a parent, you are the leader of your family. As much as kids need to feel respected and some control, they need to feel that you are "flying the plane."Elementary Parent Self-care
While it’s important for your child to sometimes feel their negative emotions, research also shows that we have cognitive tools to mitigate them. Read on for ways to navigate this dance.Elementary Cognitive Dev't
Reading skills help out in life in profound practical ways, and can also be a source of great enjoyment. No matter your child's pace of learning, here are some ways to work together and encourage literacy.Elementary Cognitive Dev't
Just as all children need and deserve to feel lovable, so do all parents! Many of us didn’t feel enough love as children, in one way or another, but it's not too late to make up for it.Elementary Parent Self-care
As parents, we know how very very much you love your child. But… do they? Feeling deeply lovable is one of the core pillars of a happy and healthy self, but sometimes kids don't get that message.Elementary Emotional Dev't