Changing TV content improves preschoolers' behavior, study finds

Preschoolers love to pretend. They play dress up or imagine they’re pirates or “cook” for you. They “fly” and “drive” and even are able to become “invisible. “Their powers are endless. Often they find it difficult to differentiate what is real from what is not, but by early grade school, most children have a pretty … Continue Reading →

Talk with your teens about Day of Silence Friday April 20

I bet most of you have never heard of Day of Silence. This Friday is the one day set aside each year to remember those children, teenagers, and adults who have been bullied into silence or have taken their own lives because of their sexual orientation ¬†or gender identity. In observing this day without talking, … Continue Reading →