Depression and Your Child

Note:  If you are struggling with depression and/or suicidal thoughts OR have struggled in the past, please take caution.  This post is intended to educate and increase awareness of depression and suicidal tendencies however may cause increased feelings in those suffering. 

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7 Budget Friendly Activities to Keep your Kids Busy and Improve their Mental Health

Awards ceremonies, field days, and warmer weather can only mean one thing… Summer has officially arrived!  Summer break has a tendency to create a flurry of emotions for children and parents. Some see it as a time to rest and catch up on sleep; others may see it as a time to take vacations and visit family; while others cannot erase the fact that their child will be in their care ALL DAY/EVERYDAY for the next two to three months!…

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6 Ways to Support Your Child after a School Shooting

Columbine High School

Sandy Hook Elementary School

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School; the list goes on.

What do all these schools have in common?


After the recent events in Florida and multiple threats of violence in surrounding schools, I felt inclined to provide a few helpful tips to support children DURING and AFTER these occurrences. 

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