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Gearing up for the Holidays – Teaching Gratitude In the Midst of Consumerism

By pwsadmin | January 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

The holiday season is everyone’s favorite time of year. All of the lights, food, and festivities tantalize our senses and invoke feelings of playful merriment despite the cold weather. As adults, we know that celebrations for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas […]

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Bullying 101: What You Need to Know if Your Child is Being Bullied

By pwsadmin | January 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

Statistics show that one out of every four school children in the United States has been bullied. Prolonged and unchecked, bullying can contribute to depression, anxiety, and other emotional problems for the victim. In extreme cases, bullying can lead to thoughts […]

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Is Your Child Over-scheduled? What to Do if They Are

By pwsadmin | January 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

It’s no secret that American adults are overworked. US workers clock in a whopping 47 hours per week at their jobs, more than any other country in the world. Grown-ups aren’t the only ones putting in overtime. A recent survey […]

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10 Tips on Good Parenting

By pwsadmin | January 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

Parenting involves a certain amount of discretion. There is no one standard rule for all children. Different children may need different levels of attention, expressions of love, and toughness. Suppose I was standing in a coconut garden and you asked […]

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Addressing Sibling Aggression: How to Help Your Kids Play Peacefully

By pwsadmin | January 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

Yelling, hitting, and fighting between siblings is a natural part of growing up. According to the Mayo Clinic, occasional bickering and name-calling prove that a child is learning to speak up for themselves. Excess confrontations or physical violence, however, can […]

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4 Ways to Manage You and Your Child’s Emotions During the Fall Frenzy

By pwsadmin | January 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

Autumn is a time of transition. Just as students are getting comfortable with the new school year, Daylight Savings Time disrupts our schedules. Unpredictable weather patterns, special events, and a steady stream of visitors further upset our plans. The constant […]

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