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Category Archives: Social Problems


What To Do When Your Child Is Struggling In School

Posted on April 4, 2017
Every parent dreads hearing that their child is struggling academically. But, the truth is that many kids struggle at some time during their school career. No matter how much you try to help, as a parent, you may feel helpless in the face of falling grades, inappropriate behavior and urgent messages from the teacher. Here are some strategies to help you and your child get through tough academic times. Don’t ...Read More

How To Make Switching Schools Easier

Posted on March 3, 2017
Changing schools is a really big deal for children. Not only is switching schools a big deal to your child consciously, but subconsciously as well. With so many changes going on to them and around them, such a change can have a major impact whether they realize it or not. But, there are ways to make this type of transition a little easier – both for your child and for ...Read More

2 Common Reasons For Your Child To Transfer Schools

Posted on February 16, 2017
For most children, their school becomes nearly their entire universe. They make friends in school, they learn and adapt to new people in school, they may even make a few enemies in school. They develop interests, too–like sports or chess–and hopefully they’re able to get a good education in the process. But in some cases, the school is just not a good fit. It could be any number of factors ...Read More

Encouraging Your Kids to Make Positive Friendships

Posted on January 27, 2017
Friendships have a powerful impact on kids, especially as they enter adolescence. Your child’s friends can influence their grades, what activities they choose to participate in, and how they behave. As kids approach their teen years the need to fit in starts to become increasingly important and they often form cliques who have similar interests, such as the jocks, the drama kids, the bookworms, etc. Children who have trouble making ...Read More

Encouraging Your Kids to Make Positive Friendships

Posted on January 17, 2017
Friendships have a powerful impact on kids, especially as they enter adolescence. Your child’s friends can influence their grades, what activities they choose to participate in, and how they behave. As kids approach their teen years the need to fit in starts to become increasingly important and they often form cliques who have similar interests, such as the jocks, the drama kids, the bookworms, etc. Children who have trouble making ...Read More

What do you do if your child is bullied at school?

Posted on July 30, 2016
Finding out that your child is being bullied is upsetting and far more common than you may realize. You may feel helpless to stop the abuse, but there are many things you can do to help make the situation better, as well as some things that you shouldn’t do. So how do you stop bullying? Start a dialogue Talk to your child about what is happening. Remember to be calm, ...Read More

Is your child struggling socially in school?

Posted on April 19, 2016
The teenage years are often thought of as a carefree time full of opportunity and free from responsibility, but adults often forget about the social pressures that come along with adolescence. Making and keeping friends is a learned behavior and some teens are naturally socially successful while others need more practice and guidance. Kids begin the social hierarchy in school at the end of elementary school or beginning of middle ...Read More

Help – My Child Doesn’t Fit In At School

Posted on February 29, 2016
Every parent wants their children to succeed in school, both academically and socially. Building friendships and a peer support group is an important part of your child’s education and impacts their self-esteem, confidence and their grades as well. Some kids are social butterflies by nature and have no problem finding their place in the social hierarchy, but others struggle to navigate social settings and find themselves becoming more and more ...Read More