My Journey from Fear to Love

“Everything will be okay in the end. If it’s not okay, it’s not the end.” – John Lennon January – 2012 I remember sitting in a small dark room waiting for the surgeon to arrive. My son had just had … Continue reading

How to Foster Change in Kids’ Behavior after Quarantine

COVID-19 has impacted lives across the globe. Whether it’s the loss of someone close to you, mental health challenges, or a reduction in your household income, the pandemic one way or another has affected us all. Children are not an … Continue reading

Five Rules of Confrontation to Ease that Lockdown Stress

The world is going through a stressful time. Most people are stuck at home, spending more time than ever with family, partners, or roommates, as the case may be. Social distancing guidelines and video calls have changed the way we … Continue reading

5 Ways I Manage to be Productive Since Becoming a Stay at Home Mother

When our first child arrived, it hit me like a ton of bricks. I was physically and emotionally drained. There were so many things left undone. EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. I recently described it to my husband as “feeling like I … Continue reading

ARE YOU STRESSING YOUR KIDS OUT?

By Jennifer Keitt & Naomi Keitt Authors #StrongKids Stress has become a constant companion in many of our lives over the past few months. Will there be enough food at the grocery store? How long will we have to stay … Continue reading

3 Ways for Parents to Change the Mood at Home

The coronavirus pandemic has many people feeling stressed or overwhelmed. We’re in a unique crisis situation that can have all of our emotions out of whack. Your children probably have those same thoughts and feelings, but may find it difficult to express them … Continue reading