Creating a healthy eating plan that will help children become more resilient

Creating a healthy eating plan that will help children become more resilient

You don’t need me to tell you that eating the right foods is good for your health. Fruits, vegetables, meats and dairy products are crucial for the growth of healthy bones and bodies. Research is now telling us that creating

How can drawing help improve your child’s mental health

How can drawing help improve your child’s mental health

Depression and anxiety are becoming more and more prevalent in young children. Children as young as 3 years of age are being diagnosed with childhood depression. Children don’t seem to have the resilience they need to overcome bad situations. Before

Exercise has a great benefit on mental health

Exercise has a great benefit on mental health

There is no doubt that those children living in the cities and suburbs need more exercise. As more and more parents are driving them to school, less and less children are getting the much needed exercise they need. We have

How can music help children feel happier and less stressed?

How can music help children feel happier and less stressed?

When children are overwhelmed with worry and fear it can be hard for them to find comfort. This stress may lead to childhood depression. An illness which is becoming more prevalent in today’s society. We need to help children become

The Importance of Building Resilience in Children

The Importance of Building Resilience in Children

Whether we realize it or not, some children are not very resilient. They aren’t able to bounce back from negative and disappointing events. Everyone experiences sad and disappointing times. A child may drop their ice cream in the dirt or

Childhood depression may lead to more serious mental conditions

Childhood depression may lead to more serious mental conditions

New studies show that preschool depression is a legitimate ailment, one that could gain traction with parents in the way that attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (A.D.H.D.) and oppositional defiant disorder (O.D.D.) has. While it is still a new field today a number of child psychiatrists and

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