Recent Blog Posts

How Criticism Too Early May Alter How Your Child Interprets Emotional Information

June 30, 2018

The continued development of psychology has illuminated interesting ways in which the brain reacts to its own hormonal changes, especially in children. It’s totally fascinating to find out how your child’s brain processes information and how they adjust based on environmental factors and what little details they pick up. As the parent, you have the…

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Furthering Your Private Education Outside of School

June 21, 2018

There are so many ways to raise a child and, as they say, “it takes a village.” Thus, pursuing educational activities that are still fun and enriching throughout the entirety of your summer is almost a necessity. Your private education for your child is a crucial piece of the kind of person your child will…

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Helping Your Child Make The Right Friends & Build Social Skills

May 14, 2018

Learning social skills is an important part of your child’s development. As a parent, you want to see your kids not only make friends but make friends that will be good influences and encourage them down the right path. If you have a child who struggles to make friends or tends to spend most of…

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Preventing The Summer Slump – Staying School Ready

May 3, 2018

When school lets out, it is time for summer fun to begin. Your children probably eagerly anticipate this time of year-long summer days perfect for hanging out with friends and the freedom of making their own schedule. While a summer break is a great time for your child to recoup from a busy school year,…

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Helping Your Teen Build Better Relationships

January 3, 2018

As our children grow older, they face many difficulties. They have to figure out who they are, what their purpose is, and work hard to not fall for peer pressure. In our current society, being a teenager is hard. They are exposed to a lot through media and peers and are expected to stay true…

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