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Mind Your Mental Health - National Friendship Day
The first Sunday in August (8/1 this year) is International Friendship Day—a day to celebrate both the old and the new friends in our lives.Learn More
Help your school-age child develop social skills
Most school-age children feel driven to "make it" in the world away from home. Making friends and being accepted become top priorities.Learn More
Establishing Limits with Your School-Age Child
Many children ages 6 to 10, if left to their own devices, would eat pizza 3 times a day, 7 days a week, or play video games for hours at a time. That is because they have not developed control over their drives and appetites, which can include cravings for specific foods, toys, and things, as well as for praise and attention. You can also help your children build healthy habits by being a good role model. Your everyday actions greatly influence your child's behavior.Learn More
Resilience is an "inner strength" that helps you bounce back after stressful situations. When you are resilient, you may recover more quickly from setbacks or difficult changes, including illness. Here are some tips to build resilience.Learn More
August 15 is National Relaxation Day
Stress is a fact of life. Although some stress is normal and even needed, too much of it can affect your quality of life and your health. There are simple things you can do to help relieve stress.Learn More