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If Mom is Good, Baby is Good

By Brittni Barcase
Maternal mental health is extremely important and, unfortunately, not talked about in the “soon-to-be-moms-club” often enough. As a newly pregnant woman I had NO idea what I was up against.

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When Your Senior Graduates, You Graduate Too

By Amy Meyers Steinberg
My daughter is about to graduate high school. In many ways it signifies the end of childhood. As parents, we may feel a profound loss of that phase of their lives because that part is ending for us as well. So how do we let go of the loss we feel and instead celebrate the momentous occasion of completing high school?

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Thunder Does Not Grow Flowers

By Brittni Barcase
Well, surprise, surprise. I’m human. Today he (my son) wanted to play with something that is not a toy, and I did a “no” sandwich … a few times. His feelings got bigger, I lost my patience and I yelled. And you know what he did? HE YELLED BACK AT ME.

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You Matter, Too!

By Susan Kurlander, M. Ed.
Now more than ever, with children spending much of their day on their own, it’s essential that they learn to tap into internal resources to gain the coping skills necessary to help them feel good about themselves. 

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The Value of Choices

By Ben Barer, LCSW-C
Children need to feel in control as much as adults do and being able to make decisions at a young age can promote healthy decision making in the future.

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Parents: You’ve Got This!

By Shula Levin, LCSW-C
Being a parent is hard enough. Being an employee is hard enough. Being a parent and an employee at the same time, within the same space, is a juggling act that no one signed up for.  

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Is Your Mask Hiding or Protecting?

By Susan Kurlander, M. Ed.
Staying physically safe and healthy needs to be our number one priority, sometimes at the expense of being able to share our emotions, at least through our facial expressions. 

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