We have compiled information for bullying prevention and resolution to help you and your child have the healthiest and happiest experiences.
Tactics to reduce bullying include mindfulness. The technique has shown to reduce reactive behavior, and also helps all parties involved to develop a greater awareness of their role in bullying. Read on here for more information: https://www.mindful.org/using-mindfulness-to-reduce-bullying/
Using Mindfulness to Reduce Bullying - Mindful
Bakosh and Houlihan hope that the Inner Explorer programs will be implemented in schools in all 50 states within the next year. To date, there are instructors in 111 ..
Pacer’s National Bullying Prevention Center indicates the immediate victim of bullying isn’t the only one affected by harassment. Bystanders and witnesses are more likely to use drugs and alcohol. http://www.pacer.org/bullying/resources/facts.asp
It’s the moment your children (and you) have all been waiting for. Warm weather and summer time! Now that school's out and the sun’s shining, you and your little ones have loads of time to spend together. So much time, in fact, that you may be nervous about running out of creative, inexpensive activities to do with your children. No need to worry though- we’ve come up with a list of classic, simple past times, that will keep you and your children busy all summer long.
1.Set up a hammock. Lay in it, read in it, cloud watch in it. This outdoor summer setup is perfect for relaxing in with your children.
2.Do yard work together. Get them to pull weeds, and water plants with their very own watering can.
3.Build a fort outside. Drape some sheets over lower tree branches. Eat dinner in the fort, tell stories in the fort, even sleep in the fort!
4.Give your car a wash. Let your little one put the soap on the car, and wash it down. They’ll love playing with the bubbles ...
Think your well of family fun activities is running dry? Have no fear! We’ve got you covered…
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Just when you thought there weren’t any leisurely activities left that didn’t involve electronics, we’ve found 102 for you! From collecting seashells on the beach, to making snow angels in the snow, this list will keep you and your family active all year long. There are some ideas on this list that involve electronics- we advise you not to engage in these on days when electronics are meant to be forgotten.
Just when you thought you couldn’t do anything to get your children’s attention at the dinner table…
A cute little video that puts a spin on what normally happens at the dinner table. Try this at home, and you’ll have your kids second-guessing whether they should whip out their cell phones while having a family meal.
As social media becomes more popular, families ironically become less social. Find out how your family can have it’s cake, and eat it too.
Social media is fun. But when it starts tarring your family apart, you may start second guessing that. Good news. With just a bit of direction, you and your family can learn how to intertwine these two social worlds.
We get it, kids love their electronics. But when is enough, really enough?
Discover some of the signs and symptoms of electronic abuse and addiction. Learn why our children become electronic addicts and find out what you can do as a parent to get this problem to stop. Knowledge is power; educate yourself so that the Internet no longer has power over you and your children.
With all the talk about children and teenagers having electronic addictions, how can you be so certain that your child isn’t being affected?
Lately you’ve noticed your child on their smart phone more often than usual. Are they addicted?! Should you panic?! Click on the link below and discover the signs and symptoms of addiction, and when you should become concerned.
Electronics are becoming so important in children’s lives that parents may feel that electronics run the family more than they do. It doesn’t have to be this way though. It’s a simple battle to win… you just may need to prepare.
If you’re aware that electronics are ruling your children’s lives, as well as causing tension in your family, it’s time to make a stand. Some parents may be afraid to do this because they don’t know how to approach the situation. This article gives some basic but helpful suggestions that will get your kids less focused on electronics and more focused on you and the family.
While you may be aware of some of the negative impacts electronics have on people, your teens may not. Are you struggling to get a message across to them? No need to argue with them though; this article may get them to listen.
Below is an article from livestrong.com explaining the negative impacts electronics have on teenagers. Parents aren’t making this up. These are real concerns that teens aught to start paying attention to.
Sleep. It’s a beautiful thing and no one should be deprived of it. However, with such hectic lives, it may be difficult to get a solid 8 hours of sleep a night. Even if a person can find the time, sleep is often disrupted during the night. So how do we gain control of this issue?
It may sound odd, but it is believed that one of the biggest disruptions to sleep is the light emitted from our electronics. Many of us are guilty of looking at our phones and laptops just before bed. Research is showing that this habit is having detrimental consequences on our sleep and our health. Click the link below to learn more.
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