Coping skills are those things we do to manage stress and anxiety. Sometimes they help us and sometimes they don’t. The trick is to find strategies that not only help you cope with a crisis, but carry you to through it as well.
A midlife crisis sounds like a rite of passage, about the time we face the emptying nest and menopause. But there are points in life when circumstances force us to look deeper at what we do with our time, energy and money. And rather than having a crisis, it might be time to pivot.
Talking to children about tragedy is a tough topic for most parents. In the wake of in Las Vegas shooting, here’s 4 things to share with kids.
Parents of go-slow kids live with the constant frustration of waiting. Using routines and clear expectations will make life so much easier.
Know-it-all kids have a way of making life misery for parents. Yet, their most annoying qualities are likely to be their greatest assets.
The first sign of a mental health issue in teenagers is often a drop in grades. Here’s what parents can do when it’s time to make a choice.