Posts Tagged ‘parent perspective’

Mom’s Blog Contribution: Letting Go Of Mom Guilt

For many women, “Mom Guilt” could be its own DSM-V diagnosis. There are so many areas that guilt could take root. Important milestones you may miss because of work. Balancing other commitments that take time and energy. That quick stop at the drive-thru when you “should” be feeding your kids the newest, extraordinarily healthy diet…

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Mom’s Blog Contribution: Is Your Child Begging For A Cellphone?

Should My Child Get A Cell Phone

If your child doesn’t have a cellphone yet, he or she is sure to be starting a campaign for one in the upcoming years! How do you know when they are ready? Or maybe a better question would be, “How do you know when you are ready?” I’ve posed a few questions to consider on…

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Friday 5: Kids & Teens

Elevate Counseling: Supporting Kids and Teens Mental Health In The Greater Phoenix Area

Here’s some of what we’ve been reading at Elevate to support your family’s mental health! School can feel like a high-pressure, high-stakes game. Here’s what you can do, as a parent, to help promote LEARNING, GROWTH, & BALANCE with the young scholars in your home. (New York Times) When you learn to accept that being…

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Mom’s Blog Contribution: How To Fight The School Anxiety Monster

It’s August in Phoenix, which means we’re back in school! For a lot of kids, this elicits the excitement of greeting old friends and meeting new teachers. But for others, the transition back to the classroom isn’t quite as smooth. In this month’s North Phoenix Mom’s Blog article, I talk about what school anxiety is,…

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