Reconciling COVID19 with God’s divine plan: Biblical insights on crisis, love and resilience in the family

Reconciling COVID19 with God’s divine plan: Biblical insights on crisis, love and resilience in the family

This online training is for parenting children of any age.  Who should attend? Parents who seek to strengthen their Christian values at home amidst a cyber-powered popular culture that hypes fear and anxiety. Parents of all creeds who seek to strengthen family bonds...

How social media accounts can reveals signs of a hidden eating disorder

(This article is a reprint from my Sacramento Cyber Safety Examiner column on Examiner.com.) Jamie Olivo is a Registered Dietician at the Eating Recovery Center of California in Sacramento. She helps adolescents and adults with eating disorderswhich can be very deadly...

Good advice for the modern family: ‘Wherever you are, be there’

2015 November Monthly Round Up A recent article in the Setonian features the dangers of texting while walking on campus, including bumping into walls and other people, tripping and falling and walking into oncoming traffic. In this way, with the advent of mobile...

Transforming a learning disability into an academic strength

Our learning expert, and guest blogger, Bonnie Terry, has developed a phenomenal consulting practice around helping kids with ADD/ADHD issues become successful at school. Terry’s book, Family Strategies for ADD/ADHD Kids, explains the possibility of overcoming...

De-escalating anxiety about transitions to middle school, high school & college

My two cents One of the most difficult things for the modern parent to accept is that our minor children are actually responsible for their own thoughts and actions, and the sooner we help them realize this the better.  Learning how to be self-governing, requires...