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April 18, 2018
Religious Faith Helps Girls Be Brave

Some people believe that consciously and deliberately instilling faith in their children will make them unrealistic or unable to cope with “the real world.” However, a recent study shows just the opposite. Girls Leadership, a secular, Oakland, CA-based organization that helps girls K-12 to develop courage and skills in leadership, conducted a study about girls’ […]

July 10, 2019
The Effect of Night Time Cell Phone Use on Teenagers

A new study shows definitively that using a cell phone at night increases anxiety and depression – with a rise of 70 percent in these mental health problems in teenagers.

March 19, 2018
Let Us Know What You Think

We are going to use Tuesdays to learn from you.  Please respond to our polls and help us learn ways to be more helpful to parents.

July 17, 2019
The Magic Formula: Gratitude

Taking gratitude a step further, more than just thankful thoughts, can make a measurable difference.

April 24, 2019
Allergies and Depression

Allergies aren’t just an inconvenience – for some people such as those with peanut or shellfish sensitivities, they are life threatening. Moms of allergic kids know the essential routines of reading labels and Internet research on ingredients, scrupulous hand washing before preparing foods, the dangers of cross contamination. “My allergies are driving me crazy!” Have […]

May 21, 2018
How Food Choices Impact Teen Depression

We tell our kids that junk food isn’t good for them, but it’s not just bad for their bodies—a new study shows it’s bad for their spirits, too. A new study reports that there’s a definite link in the food choices of adolescents and symptoms of depression. The study identifies two main kind of teenage […]

April 26, 2019
The Impact of Post-Partum Depression

What do these famous women have in common? Alanis Morisette, Lena Headley, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Chrissie Tiegen, Adele, Marie Osmond, Hayden Panettiere, Gwyneth Paltrow, Brooke Sheilds, Carnie Wilson, Princess Diana, Courteney Cox, Lisa Rinna, Bryce Dallas, Kendra Wilson? All experienced post-partum depression. According to the American Psychological Association, one in seven women have more than […]

May 25, 2018
Can Success For Failing Schools Be This Easy?

A recent study had dire news for anyone interested in secondary education: If your school is “low performing,” nothing will change that. But one program-- called Building Assets, Reducing Risk—has gotten awards for a method that can turn failing schools around. More meetings. (Hear the collective groan from educators, counselors, and school administration.) But these […]

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Since 1992, Dr. Robinson has worked in a variety counseling positions. She is also a popular author and speaker on topics ranging from childhood development and sexuality, teen issues, family dynamics including caring for elderly relatives, and church resources for families.

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