There are many myths about what a healthy marriage looks and feels like. When we start seeing these myths as facts, we get into problematic territory. 761 more words
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Did you know that the actions of parents in their child’s early years can affect their child’s sense of control over the world?
Child Psychology research has found that parents who interact with their children in a positive and predictable way teach their children that they have control over their own environment. 392 more words
A, the Big A for Anxiety crowding in like the unwanted guest at a party, the one who keeps hovering, talking too close and too fast, spraying odd bits of canape on your shirt, sloshing his drink and edging in closer one step for each step you carefully eke out in the opposite direction. 598 more words
We Didn't Start the Fire: Why kids consume massive amounts of media and multitask all day (and night) long | Psychology Today
Teens Cry: “We Didn’t Start the Fire”
This is a really interesting article of how the children of today have o much going on, and how it is much harder for them to shut off their minds. 23 more words