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2020 has proven it is more important than ever to talk to children about racism and violence. For many adults, the murder of George Floyd is like an open wound in which salt and vinegar has been poured. With images of protests over racism and police brutality, many children may [...]
We need to do better caring for our caregivers. During the current pandemic, we often refer to our healthcare workers as heroes. While I think it is important to thank those we appreciate often and genuinely, we also can’t lose sight of the fact that heroes are humans with limits. Heroism [...]
Raising little ones is a challenge in the best of times. The coronavirus pandemic has presented new obstacles for parents, caregivers, and educators alike. The question of how to keep children safe, intellectually stimulated, and socially adept has been a point of concern in our community since early March. The [...]
Millions of children are victims of bullying each year, but many parents feel at a loss about how to prevent bullying, whether children are being bullied themselves or bullying others. Firstly, for a behavior to be considered bullying, it needs to be aggressive, have an imbalance of power and be [...]
With symptoms of COVID-19 and the flu similar, what's the difference between the flu and COVID-19. Health officials have even created the term “twindemic” to refer to the possibility of a severe flu season and the potential second wave of coronavirus. We know the typical symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, [...]
The pandemic has renewed focus on mental health, with mental health checkups as important as physicals and key to developing healthy mental health habits.You notice the check engine light comes on and visit a mechanic. You notice you are having flu-like symptoms and visit the doctor. What do you do [...]