How much homework really benefits your child? Dr. Sheryl weighs in with Fox 31’s Problem Solvers in this video.
Don’t be confused. Back-to-school anxiety is REAL, and it happens at every age level. Here are my practical tips to help your child with the anxiety.
We want to raise responsible, well-balanced kids, and failure is a great way of doing it. Failure means teaching kids how to succeed on their own. It’s not just a reframe, it’s the real world. We learn the most from falling down and getting up.
Sleep experts recommend that adolescents get up to 11 hours of sleep a night…seems to me that only on weekends is that possible for most teens. Kids are sleeping on the bus and sometimes they’re sleeping in first and second period, too. We have a generation of sleep deprived kids and we have to respond to this problem.
Caught in the act? Find out what to do to speak with your children about what was going on.
Find out how imperative it is for your children to actually experience boredom and downtime in order to be less stressed and more balanced. Dr. Sheryl elaborates on the case for boredom in this article from “The Tot.”
How can you keep things from getting too stressful at home? Try this back-to-school checklist!
RECLAIMING YOUR LIFE, BUILDING CONNECTIONS, AND CONQUERING MOMMY BURNOUT: THE HOME HOUR, EPISODE 123
Find out more about Mommy Burnout and how Dr. Sheryl suggest balancing your life and taking back some of your time and your sanity.
In this part of the Thrive video series, Dr. Sheryl shares insights on how to balance work life and being a mother with children at home.