Student And Parent Resources

Tips to a Healthy Family: Communication

You have heard it said that communication is the key to any relationship. When you were dating your spouse, you probably talked for hours on end learning more about one another. Girls nights are often spent chatting about the latest happenings in one another’s lives. The foundation to any relationship,...
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“Mommy, can I sleep with you tonight?”

Helping Children Overcome Their Fear of Storms Spring is here and with it comes warmer weather, new buds on the trees, and of course, storms! Spring storms often bring with them loud thunder, hail, and even tornadoes. While a healthy fear of these weather events is necessary to our safety,...
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Just a White Lie?

The 10 Commandments: Lying Teaching your children the importance of the Ten Commandments is so important to their foundation of faith. A common area of disobedience with children, starting when they are very young, is lying. One of the ten commandments addresses this topic specifically: the New International Version of...
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Recognizing Depression in Children

Recognizing Depression in Children Is depression possible in children? What does is look like? Is it different from the blues or moodiness that can be common with children as they go through the difficulties of life? Although we tend to think of our children as resilient in the face of...
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Top Rated Internet Safety Programs

Protecting Your Child’s Internet Use Are you worried about your child’s Internet use? We often think about keeping our children safe from the strangers they might meet on the street but what about the strangers they might meet on the Internet? In a recent survey, 42% of children admitted to...
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Teaching Children To Have Respect For Elders

Respect for Elders You hear about it all over the news: “The Baby Boomer population is reaching retirement age!” or “The number of Baby Boomers in the US continues to influence the life and culture of Americans!”. These are all true! According to the the US Census Bureau, within the...
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How To Create A Healthy Self-Image In Your Children

Healthy Self-Image in Children The Cleveland Clinic describes self-image as “the personal view, or mental picture, we have of ourselves.” If we are all honest with ourselves, we probably do not have a very positive mental picture of ourselves. Whether it is our weight, hair color, eye color, height, or...
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Is My Child at a High-Risk for Addiction?

Possible Indicators for Being at High-Risk for Addiction Are thoughts of whether or not your child could be at risk for drug or alcohol addiction keeping you awake at night? Does your stomach churn when stories of teenagers and young adults air on the local news or are featured in...
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