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April 26, 2018
Recess Improves Children's Attention

It’s not just your imagination – more parents and teachers are dealing with problems with their children’s attention spans. Some blame it on electronics. Some say it’s because of immunizations, or improper diet, or other factors. Others are told it’s a chemical problem and turn to meds. When many students don’t seem able to focus […]

March 18, 2018
The Long Jog To School

A natural consequence occurs when a child disobeys instructions and parents step back and let the results of that disobedience just happen.

March 28, 2018
Blue Light and Your Child's Health

It’s an enduring social image of our age:  Groups of kids who sit beside each other or at round tables, not making eye contact with humans but only with the screens they hold.  There’s no conversation.  Only the silent movement of fingers and the glow of blue light. While this has great implications for your […]

April 15, 2019
Open or Closed Doors at Night?
April 20, 2019
Remembering Columbine

From Dr. Latayne C. Scott On the anniversary of Columbine, I remember the mother of one of my middle-school students telling her that he knew that Dr. Scott really cared about him. It was the day after we had active-shooter staff training, and we were doing drills to show students how to hide, run, fight. […]

March 15, 2018
What TV Does to Your Toddler

Because sitting in front of a television is sedentary for the brain, it can interfere with connectivity in the developing brain.

March 30, 2018
Recognizing Bullying

Bullying is something that anyone can picture, but it’s often hard to describe without giving physical details or words.  However, the basis of bullying is something that isn’t seen but is clearly felt. It’s what experts call “an imbalance of power.” It’s when someone believes they have the power to control or harm someone else. […]

June 4, 2018
How Stopping Exercise Impacts Depression

Many, many studies show that a good way to combat depression is physical exercise. The results are immediate – that feeling of well-being and accomplishment; and later the satisfaction of a toned body, endurance, and better sleep. However, up until recently, no one had researched what happens in regards to depression when regular exercisers stop their […]

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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