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7 Tips for Helping Your Middle Schooler with Homework

7 Tips for Helping Your Middle Schooler with Homework

As a parent, helping adolescents in their middle school years with their homework can be a difficult task. From the eye roll to the sass, it can be hard to be a calm and collected parent in those stressful moments when you’re trying to be helpful to them. One thing I like to remember is that my middle schoolers are developing their autonomy (deep breath one) and learning to trust their own instincts (deep breath two), which sometimes can mean they don’t want to listen to your advice or do...

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Is Your Child Being Abused?

Is Your Child Being Abused?

Know the Signs   The stories are shocking and appalling. Catholic clergy abusing children, a former USA Gymnastics doctor sexually abusing hundreds of young athletes, a beloved pediatrician abusing children, and multiple reports of children driven by bullies to take their own lives. It’s nearly impossible to wrap your head around it.   As the headlines demonstrate, child abuse and neglect isn’t just something that parents inflict on children in the home. Many people children interact...

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Identifying Child Abuse and Neglect

Identifying Child Abuse and Neglect

Understanding the 4 Types of Child Abuse and Neglect   Things aren’t always what they seem. Most people hate the thought that children are abused and neglected, but it’s not necessarily easy to detect. But to raise awareness on the health, mental health, and public impact of child abuse and neglect, it’s necessary to identify it. Unfortunately, that’s often easier said than done.  Yes, it may be easier to spot blatant physical abuse or neglect, but even that can sometimes be difficult...

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Tips for Parenting Abused or Neglected Children

Tips for Parenting Abused or Neglected Children

8 Tips for Parenting Abused or Neglected Children Parenting comes with many challenges. Whether dealing with temper tantrums, adolescent angst, or teen rebellion, it’s hard work that can often have you second-guessing your efforts. Parenting a child who’s been abused or neglected (birth, foster, or adopted) can add to the challenge of parenting.   The Effects of Child Abuse and Neglect The first step is understanding the effects of child maltreatment. From the moment a child is born,...

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