Posts Tagged "#sports"

11 tips for healthy living

The number of overweight people in the United States, including children, has increased more than 30 percent in the last 30 years, and activity levels are down considerably while screen time is up. What can you do as a parent to help your family and your children get fit and healthy and stay that way throughout the school year?

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Allowing kids to be kids


Children and teens today are more depressed and anxious than those one and two generations ago. There is a growing body of research, including studies conducted by child development expert Dr. Peter Gray, that indicate that children are suffering from less time for play and more parental control, including being over controlled, over scheduled, and over rescued. 

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Know when to push and when not to push your child


I work with many adults in my practice who struggle to follow through on the positive goals they set for themselves. These are goals like exercise, keeping a healthy diet, and making their needs a priority — all self-improvement goals. My clients are responsible adults as well as committed parents who are better at caring for others than for themselves. 

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What Should I Do When My Child Doesn’t Make the Team?

sitemgr_photo_3082282Dr. Kate Roberts discusses what to do when your child doesn’t make a sports team with Article by Brian Spero.

Most parents look forward to their children reaching an age when they can participate in team sports.

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Let Go and Just Be There

Smiling Female Soccer Players Holding SoccerHow do you react if your son or daughter gets pulled off the field during their game? Or what if their playing time is really limited. Do you get upset? And if so, why?


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