Student And Parent Resources

Helping Your Child Enjoy Healthy Food

It’s a classic parent-child power struggle to argue over food. “I don’t want to eat that!” “You can have dessert if you will just eat your vegetables first.” There are times, like when they are at school, we have less control over what they eat. That’s why it’s important to...
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Fall Fun for the Whole Family

Fall is coming with all its joys, and that includes fun activities for all ages! Here are a few ideas for what you can do with your children of any age, together as a family or one-on-one, to really enjoy the season. Pumpkin Patches & Apple Orchards Chances are you...
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When Your Child Is The Bully

Although every parent worries their child may eventually fall prey to a bully, I think it is even more scary to think your child may at some point be the bully. It doesn’t take a bad kid to bully another kid, but sometimes conditions and situations lead to the perfect...
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Encouraging Healthy Independence In Your Teen

It’s that time of year again, where college students are off to their new dorms, and parents are saying goodbye for the first time or yet again while their babies go back to school. Although it feels like children grow up in the blink of an eye, there are nearly...
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Squeezing in Family Time During the School Year

The school year is here again, and with it comes all the after school activities, homework, and church activities that take a break over the summer. While all of this is exciting and provides great learning experiences, it can become difficult to get in quality family time. Here are a...
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Helping Your Child with Homework

It’s a pretty classic part of parenting to help your child with their homework! They come home from school and just don’t quite understand a math equation, or are struggling with writing a paper, and just need a little help to get on their way. Some of the most memorable...
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Helping with Recovery from Childhood Trauma

Every parent’s worst nightmare is that something harmful will happen to their child. For many adoptive and foster parents, recovery is an everyday battle from the moment they receive their child, but no child is exempt from these struggles. The American Psychological Association estimates that two thirds of children will...
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