For Teens By Teens A New Movement

Due to a widespread and ongoing media blitz, a movement entitled “Me Too” has come to the attention of the majority of Americans. The Me Too movement has witnessed an […]

Dining Etiquette for Kids: 11 Tips

Hello!  My name is Rosey, and I’m the restaurant reviewer for our sister magazine, Forsyth Woman.  After over twelve years of restaurant reviewing, I’ve developed some pretty strong opinions about […]

The Professional Athletic Mindset

Seventy-five percent of American families have at least one school-aged child participating in an organized sport.  On the surface, it may appear today’s youth have disengaged from a sedentary lifestyle, […]

Teaching and Practicing Active Listening Skills

Distraction plays an important part in how well we are able to focus on conversation. Environmental sounds, the television or radio, distant conversations, our cell phones or even the niggling […]

From The Book Shelf: April 2018

Each month I spotlight two books guaranteed to delight readers and provide fun activities to further extend the meaning of each reading experience. With so many wonderful titles available, this […]

Searching for the Perfect Summer Camp

BY ANDREA EVERHART Wondering what summer camp should look like for your child?  Over the past few years, visions of bunk-lined cabins nestled in the woods, canoe paddles dipping in […]

Just Serve with JustServe

Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: ‘What are you doing for others?’” I can attest to this. Some days, when I’m mindlessly bingeing on […]

Dealing with and Preventing Childhood Trauma

BY ROBERT FEIKEMA, President & CEO of Family Services On Sunday, March 11, 2018, the CBS show 60 Minutes aired an important segment on childhood trauma and resilience. The story […]

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