Everywhere you look there are cute and creative lists about how to say I love you to your child. Like bake them a treat, write a note on their napkin for lunch, send them a card, spell it out in Scrabble letters, etc. These are, of course, adorable and lots of fun. But sometimes kids just
Does you child tend to get overly worried about upcoming tests and quizzes? It’s great when students want to do well at school, but excess anxiety can backfire and make it difficult for kids to perform their very best. If you’re not sure what to say to help your child stay calm, you’re not alone.
Another school day called off due to weather? If you are starting to go stir crazy take a look at some of these ideas that not only fight boredom but also appeal to your child’s creative spirit. Inner Child Fun has got you covered with 50 Ways to Keep Kids Entertained During a Blizzard.
Thursday, January 23, 2014 @ 1:00pm Presenter: Cheryl Denz, MA, LCPC Question: “How was your day today?” Answer: “Fine”. If you are looking for a more indepth response from your kids, come learn some new strategies to form better communication patterns and strengthen the parent-child relationship. Register with Cheryl: 630.587-3777 Ext. 103 or Cheryl@riverviewcounselingservices.com Open to everyone in
Celebrating a child’s gifts is a huge source of parental pride. But unfortunately it doesn’t end there. Anxiety. Depression. Social isolation. Far from gifts, these traits can sometimes go hand-in-hand with gifted children. When a child’s intellectual development is out of sync with his/her emotional development or with the maturity level of his/her peers, issues tend