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Scrabble Tournament Cheating | Why Children Cheat | 4 Tips for Parents

Scrabble Tournament Cheating | Why Children Cheat | Tips for Parents

When the NY Times ran the story about the 13-year-old Scrabble player cheated in the National Scrabble Championship, the nation immediately asked the question, “What would cause a child to cheat?” There suggestions that parents must have added an extreme amount of pressure. Others surmised […]

Bus Monitor Karen Klein Bullied By Kids | StressLess Bully Tips for Parents

Bus Monitor Karen Klein Bullied By Kids | StressLess Bully Tips for Parents

Sixty-eight year old Karen Klein became the talk of the nation…but for the wrong reason. Klein did not become a household name because of desire to become famous, but for being the victim of harsh insults and threats from school bus children. According to […]

To Spank or Not to Spank | 9 Effective Discipline Tips for Parents

To Spank or Not to Spank? That is the question.

“Spare the rod and spoil the child” is a saying that has governed the idea of parenting for many years.

A study conducted by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health suggests that parents should reconsider spanking their children before the age of two. Children that receive […]

Boundaries in Parenting | The Importance of “No” | Fox 35 Jada Collins

“No” is Not Always a Bad Thing

Children grow up needing love and understanding as well as rules and boundaries. Being told ‘no’ at the right moments can be just as important to a child as being told “I love you” every day. Kids need to feel safe and secure in their environments which only happens […]

When should you cut off your children? | New Study: College Grads On Their Own

When should you cut off your children?

With rising gas prices and unemployment at an all time high, many parents are making the decision to financially “cut off” their children.

A recent study by MetLife surveyed three generations to determine the appropriate time to allow adult children to fly on their own. The new study identifies the […]

By |September 4th, 2012|Adults, Blog, Career, Family, Jada Collins, Parenting|0 Comments

Why James Holmes Colorado Shooting | Tips for Emotional Recovery after Trauma (PTSD) | Batman: The Dark Knight Rises

Emotional Recovery after Trauma | Batman:The Dark Knight Rises | Colorado Shooting | James Holmes |

It should have been a normal evening of candy, popcorn and a movie. No one would have suspected to walk into a movie theatre and get gunned-down. When 24-year-old James Holmes walked into an Aurora, CO movie theatre packed with […]

By |July 25th, 2012|Adults, Anxiety, Blog, Grief, Jada Collins|0 Comments