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Dear Students and dear Parents are films that are part of our global Character Day initiative, an annual day that unites millions of people in schools, companies, and homes to develop and deepen their character (strengths like empathy, grit, gratitude, social responsibility, and leadership). Read More

Social Media & Cyber Safety

Is Your Teen Struggling With Who They Are? How to Help Your Teen With Their Identity In a Digital World

Emotional Health

Protect Your Kids: What to do About Dangerous Messages Embedded in YouTube Kids and Other digital Content

What all parents need to know about suicide and sexual content on social media and YouTube Kids. While YouTube is on blast right now (and rightly so), the awareness of suicidal content can not be limited to that one platform. Read More

Social Media & Cyber Safety

FamilyCircle.com contributing articles | Info for parents navigating the teen years

Bree Jensen talks all things teens as a freelance journalist for Family Circle. Find your topics that relate and join the conversation. Everything from digital wellbeing to funny mom moments. Read More

Emotional Health

Disastrous Expectations: Adding Insult to Injury in the Grieving Process

After the sudden loss of my mom, expectations became my nightmare. Read More

Emotional Health

Adolescent Suicide Strikes a Community 4 Times in 2 Weeks: Does Social Media Play a Part in the Drastic Increase in Teen Suicide and Depression?

Emotional Health

Video game disorder now classified as a mental health condition | Resources and Tips

Emotional Health

Resource Alert: Youth Addiction, Substance Abuse and Suicide Information

School Life & Friendships

How to Have Healthy Dating Relationships in Today’s Hookup Culture

Casual hookups can mean anything from making out to having sex – and everything in between. Read More

Emotional Health

10 Ways To Be A Good Friend In Grief

Trying to help can backfire if you don’t know what to say or do. Read More

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