How to Bring Awareness for National Bullying Prevention Month

October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and parents can use this opportunity to discuss the unfortunate issues of bullying and harassment with their children. Here are some ways to bring awareness during National Bullying Prevention Month:

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Anxiety

  • Stress Management Strategies for Parents

    Everyone gets overwhelmed once in a while, and this is especially true in kids who are facing academic obstacles. Check out these helpful stress management techniques that parents can use when their child is having a rough day!

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  • What Parents Can Do to Support Their Child’s Emotional Well-Being

    Family time is incredibly important for a child’s emotional well-being, and any time spent together provides kids with a sense of balance and belonging.

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  • Cognitive Distortions: What They Are and How to Avoid Them

    When faced with a stressful situation, it’s helpful to remind ourselves that our thoughts and feelings may not be entirely accurate when viewed through an emotional state. So, what are some examples of cognitive distortions, and how can we help students to recognize them?

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  • Teaching Your Child About Emotions

    Learning to express ourselves is a part of growing up. Developing emotional intelligence comes with maturity, and parents can help their kids to recognize positive strategies for dealing with strong feelings. Here are our tips for teaching your child about emotions!

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  • Strategies to Manage Your Anxiety [Podcast]

    It’s completely normal to feel nervous with a big exam or assignment looming in the near future, especially if it deals with a subject you feel is challenging. Rather than let your worries get the better of you, here are some strategies to help manage your anxiety!

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  • 7 Ways to Overcome Test Anxiety and Conquer Your Exams

    We all take tests that can cause stress - English, math, driver’s education or college entrance exams to name but a few. And what we find - regardless of subject or potential consequence - is that feeling prepared is the #1 tool in pushing back against test anxiety.

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