I Am a Social Service Provider
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By Jenny Wise In the past, parents only needed to worry about bullying at school and on the playground. With social media and the internet now connecting us at every moment, however, bullying has moved into new territory. Cyberbullying has become an epidemic among...
Never before have children been so plugged in-and so out of touch with the natural world. Teens are now spending over seven hours a day in front of screens.
Humor is an often overlooked self-care tool. The 3 LOLs exercise is a simple routine to help you remember the things that you find funny every day.
Children won’t say they have anxiety. Experiencing negative emotional reactions, they’ll let us know something is wrong, even when they aren’t sure what.
Our educators have very important, demanding jobs, and are often under appreciated.
Bullied kids need to know how to respond when told to end their lives.