Parents: Self-Esteem or self-worth is more than how you feel about yourself. It’s also about how capable you are to meet life’s challenges and feel worthy of happiness. You can build self-esteem in your child/teen by developing three “A’s”. Affirmation, Achievement, and Affirmation. Affirmation: Being Affirmed means to be valued for who you are (not…

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“Our children need our presence, not our presents.” Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parents Happy MLK Day. We hope you are able to rest and enjoy your family today. As we reflect on the life and legacy of Dr. King, remember all he did he did for his children and the next generation. As we…

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Parents, we are halfway through the 1st month of the year 2021. Here are a few things we are looking forward to as an organization. Spending more time with our family and loved ones is priority number one on our list. As we work towards family unity in our community we also strive for it…

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Parents are the biggest influence in a teen’s life. Even though you may feel your child pulling away, eager for more independence, deep down they still want you involved. A strong bond with your child, especially during the teen years, helps reduce the chances of them engaging in unhealthy risky behavior and helps set the…

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Hello Parents! As the week comes to an end we just want to take this time to “Check-In” with you. How was your first full week of the new year? How was your child’s first week back to school? Did you use any of the tips shared earlier this week? Leave comments below.

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As we wrap up the holidays and enter the new year it is important that we as parents prepare our children to return to school and ensure that they get off to a good start. Here are some tips to assist your child and hopefully increase their engagement and participation. 1 – Help your child…

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Parents as the year is comes to an end take this time to discuss with your child their High Point and Low point from this year( as discussed in our previous video). We also encourage you to use this time to share with them things that you were proud of them for, or things that…

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