What do you say to a child who has lost a parent?

By Robert S. Campbell II, for Inside Tucson Business Apr 1, 2011 For people of any age, the death of a parent can be a time of enormous challenge, but perhaps none feel this pain more acutely than children. Each year, an estimated 2.5 million children in the United States under the age of 18Continue reading “What do you say to a child who has lost a parent?”

Praise the Process Not the Talent:

HEALTH & SCIENCE / PSYCHOLOGY Praise the Process Not the Talent: How to Build a Growth Mindset In Kids Children who are taught to believe their intelligence can grow with hard work are more likely to be resilient and confident when facing challenges. By Jillian MockAug 26 2020, 6:39 PM Your child brings home a good grade onContinue reading “Praise the Process Not the Talent:”

The Death of a Parent…

HEALTH & SCIENCE / PSYCHOLOGY The Death of a Parentthhtt Affects Even Grown Children Psychologically and Physically Grief is both real and measurable. Scientists now know that losing a parent changes us forever. By Joshua A. KrischJul 16 2018, 5:51 PM The death of a parent is among the most emotionally difficult and universal of human experiences. IfContinue reading “The Death of a Parent…”

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