Bullying: Whether your child is the victim or perpetrator

USA Today – Kristi Valentini “Good news on the bullying front from the U.S. Department of Education: In a study released this May, fewer children aged 12 to 18 reported being targeted by bullies in 2013, only 22 percent, down from 28 percent in 2011. It’s...

Mindfulness classes to ‘help teenagers’ mental fitness’

BBC – Smitha Mundasad “Thousands of teenagers across the UK will have school lessons in mindfulness in an experiment designed to see if it can protect against mental illness. Teachers will encourage students to use “mind exercises” that train...

Children who watch most TV more likely to be bullied

The Telegraph – Sarah Knapton “Infants who spend more than two hours in front of the television are more likely to be bullied in later life because they do not develop the social skills to engage with other children. Child experts have warned that being...

Extracurricular Sports Help Kids Develop Discipline in the Classroom

Pysch Central – Rick Nauert PhD “A new Canadian study suggests regular, structured extramural sports help kids develop the discipline they need in order to engage effectively in the classroom. Researchers from the University of Montreal and its affiliated...

3 Tips All New Grads Should Know To Tackle Their Finances

The Huffington Post – Andrew Plepler “A new graduating class of talented college students will soon walk across the stage to receive their diplomas, and if you’re reading this, you may be one of them. While you’ve proven your academic excellence, there...