“They would think she was savoring the taste (blueberries, cinnamon, cream-excellent), but she was actually savoring the whole morning, trying to catch it, pin it down, keep it safe before all those precious moments became yet another memory.” ― Liane Moriarty, What Alice … [Read more...] about Remembering Self
“It is necessary for a man to go away by himself, to sit on a rock and to ask, ‘Who am I, where have I been and where am I going?’” –Carl Sandburg My son is about to graduate from high school. So the question is, “Who is he?” Is he where he imagined himself to be at this … [Read more...] about Questions to Ponder….
We all know that the teen years are difficult. From growing pains to deciding their personal identity, it is easy to say that teens have a lot on their plate. However, teens with learning disorders have that times ten. Most parents notice the struggle happening, but don't know … [Read more...] about Helping Your Teenager With Learning Difficulties
Being aware of health issues your teen faces today is just one of the many challenges of being a parent. Parents of teens should all be awarded metals for reaching the end of the adolescent years without seriously injuring their child. With emotional ups and downs, body … [Read more...] about Being Aware of Health Issues Your Teen Faces
Some parents believe the best time to get to know a child's friend is when they enter the adolescent years and are embarking on a independence and more freedom. Although this time is crucially important in knowing who your child is hanging out with, it's just as important to … [Read more...] about Why You Should Get to Know Your Child’s Friend