Carolyn Reinach Wolf Recently, the pandemic has placed a spotlight on the mental health of children, especially those unable to attend school in-person. A survey of U.S. high school students found that nearly a third were unhappy and depressed “much more than usual.” In Italy and Spain, polling showed that 86% of parents witnessed worrisome changes, from difficulty concentrating
by: Children's Health of Texas Many families are facing major changes in their day-to-day lives because of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). With all the unknowns that come with a new virus, it's normal to feel anxious about the "what ifs" and the future. This stress does not just affect adults – children and teens are also at
Supermoms Don't Wear Capes! How much stress can a Supermom handle? We've seen them everywhere. The grocery store, soccer game, ballet recitals, birthday parties and just about everywhere. They are known as Supermoms! They are the epitome of selflessness and sacrifice. Willing to put the needs of others before themselves day in and day out.