Covid19 and Finances

Helping Children Cope

Money can often be likened to a river. There are times when it is free flowing at a steady pace toward the valley fields, allowing for just the amount to be spread amongst all who need it . Other times, it overflows in abundance, where reserves are able to be stored. Then, there are times […]

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Preparing for the School Year Amid COVID-19

In a few short weeks, millions of American children will be going back to school to something very unfamiliar. Due to the novel COVID-19 virus, schools will look, sound and be different from what they have been used to. And while where your child goes to school will determine how the classroom will look, there

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Violent Video Games

Violent Video Games

There has been long standing debate about the role violent video games play in instances of violence in kids in teens. In fact, it was in 1994 when the Los Angeles Times published a study where kids watched an episode of the Power Rangers, and were then told to go play. The researchers noted that

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Teen Mental Health

Mental Health Resolutions for Teens

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a report describing children’s mental disorders in the U.S. The report found that 1 in 5 American children ages 3 through 17 — approximately 15 million have a diagnosable mental, emotional or behavioral disorder in any given year. The report further found that only 20 percent of

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