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How to Talk to Your Child About Active Shooter Drills

Mass shootings are a terrible reality. Whiles it’s painful to imagine your child being exposed to that kind of threat, parents, teachers and school administrators can and should work together to help prepare students for a potential active shooter situation. In most schools, this includes

What’s Behind the Rise in Gray Divorce?

“Gray divorce” hasn’t made it into the Merriam-Webster Dictionary yet, but the term is likely to be eligible soon. It’s been widely used for years now to describe divorce among older adults, particularly those who have been married for decades. High profile splits are bringing

Being More Social Could Improve Your Mental Health

Winter is here, and that means you’re probably spending more time indoors. Although you may not feel as confined as you did during the early part of the COVID pandemic, you may not be leaving the house as much because you’ve discovered the benefits of

Conflicted About Where to Spend the Holidays?

Spending time with family is a central theme of the holiday season. Movies and songs alike highlight the joy of celebrating with loved ones, while also poking fun at the drama that often comes with it.  But for many couples—especially newlyweds—conflicts often arise about where

Shopping Addiction: A Heightened Risk during the Holidays

The holidays are upon us, and with them come plenty of advertisements encouraging you to shop and spend. If you’re like some people, you may be tempted to buy more than you need, and you may even treat yourself to an unnecessary purchase just to

Navigating Your First Post-Divorce Thanksgiving

If you’re recently divorced, the holidays will likely look a lot different moving forward. The changes are especially difficult if you have children. With Thanksgiving right around the corner, rest assured that there are things you can do to make it easier—and even enjoyable—both for

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