» Less Prenatal Stress Reduces Child Behavioral Problems
17/08/17 17:00 from Psych Central News
Parenting in itself is a complicated task. Moreover, the challenge is dramatically exacerbated when a beloved child begins to show signs of a behavioral disorder. New research suggests expectant mothers […]

» Hormones Can Influence Competitive Emotions
16/08/17 17:00 from Psych Central News
Competitive situations can lead to a strong display of feelings, including the chance of heated arguments and disputes. However, as emotions get hot, not everyone reacts in the same way. […]

» New User-Friendly Apps Can Help Older Adults Manage Mental Issues
16/08/17 15:30 from Psych Central News
  In a new study, researchers showed that the use of a smartphone application can transform the delivery of geriatric psychiatry by integrating medical and psychiatric self-management intervention. Experts explain […]

» Study Finds Work is Intense and Emotionally Exhausting for Most US Workers
15/08/17 17:45 from Psych Central News
New research confirms what many Americans already know — that their jobs are hard and draining, and it is difficult to separate work from home. The new study finds that workers […]

» School-Based Mental Health Programs Reach Large Numbers of Kids
13/08/17 18:45 from Psych Central News
New findings published in the Harvard Review of Psychiatry show that school-based mental health programs can reach large numbers of children and effectively improve mental health and related outcomes. Approximately […]

» Maternal Inflammation Can Affect Fetal Brain Development
13/08/17 17:15 from Psych Central News
New research shows that increased levels of inflammatory markers during pregnancy can lead to changes in fetal brain development which, in turn, may increase the child’s risk of developing psychiatric […]

» Pursuing Rewarding Challenges More Likely With Supportive Spouse
12/08/17 16:30 from Psych Central News
People with supportive spouses are more likely to pursue difficult but potentially rewarding opportunities than those with less supportive spouses. In addition, those who take on these challenges are more […]

» Tips for Stress-Free Hiking with Kids
03/05/17 05:40 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
Hiking with kids can strengthen family bonds, build self-esteem, introduce responsibility, and provide a host of relaxation moments. Kids get the exercise they need while spending quality family time. Here are tips to keep hiking with ki...

» 9 Reasons Kids Calm Down Coloring
05/03/17 05:53 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
by Lori Lite We’ve probably all witnessed how quickly kids calm down coloring no matter how active they were just a few moments ago. When we sit down at a restaurant, our children cheer up the moment the server places a coloring sheet an...

» Valentine’s Day Activities Celebrate Family
26/01/17 23:11 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
by Lori Lite When my husband and I were dating, we were both pre-wired to believe that Valentine’s Day Activities meant flowers, chocolates, a reservation at a fancy restaurant with a pricey bottle of wine, and a romantic evening of lovi...

» ABCs of Decreasing Stress
27/10/16 15:22 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
By Lori Lite Reducing stress can be as easy as ABC for you and your family. This ABC list makes it fun for children to pick a letter, read, and implement a tip that will reduce stress for the day. When children step through the academic ...

» That’s it! I’m self-publishing!
05/10/16 19:54 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
by Ellen B. Alden I’ve never been good at waiting. After all, how do you move forward if you’re stuck in one place? My debut novel, a historical fiction entitled Yours Faithfully, Florence Burke, has been caught in “publishing purgatory”...

» 7 Tips for Raising Kind, Compassionate, and Mindful Kids
26/08/16 06:52 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
By Kerry Alison Wekelo Both of my kids know by now that I expect them to get perfect marks on their school report cards.  Well, at least on one particular section, that is: the “Life, Work, and Citizenship Skills” section. I am passionat...

» If You Could Give Your Kids One Gift, Make it a Good Vocabulary
08/08/16 19:19 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
BIG WORD CLUB Introduces Nationwide Pilot Program to Reduce Word Gap By Improving Childrens’ Vocabularies Denver, CO –BIG WORD CLUB, a digital learning company, is working to combat the Word Gap by inviting all interested teachers, paren...

» Preparing Siblings for the Arrival of New Baby:
03/08/16 04:52 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
By Lori Lite  Any type of change can cause stress and that includes the arrival of a new baby. Preparing siblings ahead of time for the arrival of a new baby will decrease stress and increase joyful acceptance. Children might be wonderin...

» Tips to Get Your Kids to Eat Vegetables
01/06/16 01:45 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
By Kerry Wekelo I created If It Does Not Grow – Just Say No: Eatable Activities for Kids for children of all ages to discover how much fun they can have with fruits and vegetables.  As a mom, I want my kids to eat vegetables and other he...

» Emotional Intelligence Activity
23/05/16 22:33 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
THE “FEELING FAMILY” BALLOON SACKS Happy, sad, angry, frustrated, excited, and even stressed.  Emotional intelligence is a vital skill in a child’s development. Understanding feelings and motivators are an integral part of daily life and...

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