Can parents teach children to love their neighbor? A response to the Pittsburgh massacre

Can parents teach children to love their neighbor? A response to the Pittsburgh massacre

Our Core Connectivity guest blogger, Dr. Susan G. Weinberger, founder of the Mentor Consulting Group in Norwalk, CT, is a dear friend and colleague.  Over the past 12 years we have shared a passion to respond to the issues of modern youth by educating one another...
What ‘Beautiful Boy’ says about addiction and family relations

What ‘Beautiful Boy’ says about addiction and family relations

Executive summary Suffering is a part of the human condition. And families have power to decide what to think about and how to respond to suffering. Brain science tells us that addiction is a form of suffering; it is a pathological relationship to intoxication* making...
Signs your child is being cyberbullied and what to do about it

Signs your child is being cyberbullied and what to do about it

Jeremiah Aha, M.A., M.Div, APCC, is the Assistant Director and Therapist at Wellness Together in Rocklin. Wellness Together focuses on providing mental health services for youth and is a preferred service provider for schools and families in the Sacramento region and...
Three radical ways your teen experiences love in your home

Three radical ways your teen experiences love in your home

Now more than ever parents need to reassess how their children experience love in the home. Today’s youth are swimming in a sea of judgment. It is easy to believe things that are not true (i.e., I am not worthy of acceptance) and focus on things that don’t really...
How to avoid burnout when caring for loved ones with anxiety, depression or addiction

How to avoid burnout when caring for loved ones with anxiety, depression or addiction

As a result of our network culture lifestyle, we are all more vulnerable to believing things that disturb the peace. Especially for youth, it is easy to believe things that are not true  (such as “I am not worthy of love and acceptance,” and “all my parents care about...
How parents can help tech-savvy youth dealing with adult issues

How parents can help tech-savvy youth dealing with adult issues

This article features my remarks at the annual meeting of the Raising Placer/Coalition for Rocklin Youth, hosted at 180 Church in Rocklin, May 17, 2018. I am a founding member of Raising Placer, Coalition for Placer Youth and Coalition for Rocklin Youth, and currently...