When A Best Friend is a Bully

When A Best Friend is a Bully

By Guest Blogger Katie Marsh with Forsyth Family magazine Thank you to Forsyth Family magazine for sharing this article with us. It’s an important topic to think about, especially with school starting at the end of the month! – Triad Moms on Main The term...
What if Your Kid is the Bully?

What if Your Kid is the Bully?

By Dr. Kristen Wynns, PhD We hear a lot about how to prevent bullying on all levels. What we don’t hear a lot about, though, is what to do if you suspect your child is the bully. Today’s article is an excerpt from a blog by Dr. Wynns, and sheds some light...
Triad Counselors, Psychologists and Therapists for Your Family

Triad Counselors, Psychologists and Therapists for Your Family

Updated by Katie Moosbrugger This directory is sponsored by Lewisville Family Counseling. Their caring counselors each have different specialties, so you are likely to find a good fit for counseling for you or your loved one. Their passion is partnering with...
Are Screen Time Limits Even a Thing Anymore?

Are Screen Time Limits Even a Thing Anymore?

By Guest Blogger Christine Murray* During pre-COVID times, screen time was scarce in my family. We watched TV a couple times a week for a family movie night or for time to relax on a rare night when we didn’t have an extracurricular activity or other outing scheduled....
Triad Area Tutoring Resources

Triad Area Tutoring Resources

Updated by Katie Moosbrugger This directory is sponsored by Sylvan Learning. Sylvan creates confident, independent students by targeting the causes of academic frustrations. Sylvan has become the leading provider of tutoring and school support for students of all...
Encouraging Children to Befriend a Peer with Special Needs

Encouraging Children to Befriend a Peer with Special Needs

By Guest Blogger Nancy Micca Every parent of a child with special needs will tell you that cultivating opportunities for their child to experience friendship can be one of their greatest challenges. We all want our children to be included, have positive social...
When My Daughters Say Me Too

When My Daughters Say Me Too

By Maria Adele Paredes, PhD, LPCS, CEDS-S, Three Birds Counseling There are now three little girls under our roof who can say the word “No.” Our almost-18 month old looked up at me when I said to give back a sharpie marker she wasn’t supposed to...
Movie Night ’80s Style

Movie Night ’80s Style

By Kelly Hines One of the greatest joys of parenthood is sharing a part of your own childhood with your kids. For some people, it’s camping at a special lake, or making a favorite meal, or reading a treasured book. For me, it’s watching all the movies that seemed to...