What Happens When Teens Break from Social Media?
The University of Chicago’s independently funded research organization, NORC teamed up with the Associated Press, to find out what happens when teens are forced to break from social media. The research surveyed 790 teenagers (ages 13-17) who had either been forced to take a break from social media by a parent/guardian or decided to take […]
Preparing Children for the “Post-Pandemic” School Year
As we approach the tailend of summer break, parents can anticipate their kids asking questions about the 2021-2022 school year. 2020 introduced children to a drastically different learning environment as a result of COVID-19 restrictions. Some school districts chose to stay entirely remote while others went with a hybrid in-person model. If there’s one thing […]
Recognizing Signs of Anxiety in Toddlers
Anxiety is not reserved exclusively for parents. Toddlers can feel stressed out too, but toddler anxiety is often misinterpreted as something else. You might think your little one is just tired or has a belly ache, but it’s possible stress is the cause of those symptoms. So it’s important to recognize when your child is […]