Children's Anger, Parent's Fear, and our Communal Need for Grace
First and foremost, grace and peace to you…
This week’s email check-in and supplemental resources focuses on what I call “Big Feelings”. As I have had opportunity to zoom, email, and call students and parents this week, a couple common themes have emerged:
Certainly one of the biggest concerns I’ve heard in the last two weeks is from parents who have bravely shared with me their hurt and concern for their “angry” child...More Information
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Navigating Appropriate Boundaries for Screen Time
Last Saturday I sent an email covering three developing themes that I have heard as I meet and listen to children and families. It is my hope to continue to send 1-2 emails each week that present other potential problem areas for families.
Today’s email is in relation to screen time. Certainly, in our present season of distance learning, some screen time is essential...More Information
Sleep Recommendations, Mental Health Resources from BASC, and Grief
Grace and peace to you! I hope that this email finds you well. Please know that you are in my daily thoughts, and more importantly, my daily prayers.
Top 20 Conceptualizations for this Present Time
Children are emotional barometers. The truth is that they tend to reflect the emotional well-being of the significant adults in their life. That being said, in this present time of so much uncertainty, it is vital that you as parents factor in self-love, self-care, and self-forgiveness. As Mr. Bowlin has stated, “Less is More.” Do what feels good for your family...More Information