Reading Time: 3 minutes Between sheltering-in-place, online learning and time away from friends, many children will need a little extra support as they head back to school this fall. Consider these tips help you emotionally prepare your children to return to school with confidence, optimism and excitement.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Nobody wants to be criticized…and men particularly are sick and tired of being criticized by their partner.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Whether your role as a caregiver has you looking out for an elderly relative, children or both, chances are good that you’ve worried about how the COVID-19 pandemic may continue to affect your ability to provide necessary care. As caregivers continue to adjust during the pandemic, keep these considerations and tips in mind.
Reading Time: 3 minutes COVID-19 may have begun as a physical health crisis, but like their parents, children, teens and college students (or young adults) are likely to experience stress and anxiety caused by disruptions to school, work and life. For parents of teens and young adults in these unprecedented times, these tips may help create a sense of comfort and security that boost their children’s mental health.
PopSugar: After Growing Up Without a Father, a Man Made a Helpful YouTube Channel For Kids Who Need Support
Reading Time: 2 minutes Once he became a dad, Rob knew he needed to get creative when it came to helping those children growing up without a parent. Because of his experience, over the last month, he’s been giving back to the community through his YouTube channel, “Dad, how do I?,” which provides kids and teens with “useful, practical content to many basic tasks that everyone should know how to do.”
Reading Time: 4 minutes No matter what kind of group you’re in you’ll want that ‘great guy’ that ‘doesn’t bite on to your bait’ to be in the group. The friend that will coach you and love on you until you find back to sanity again. The friend who doesn’t buy your bullshit. But out of love: “You see? IT’S SAFE!! You’re safe in this group. “
Reading Time: 8 minutes As life under quarantine took hold in the United States and around the world, global consumption of Internet pornography rose. Porn Web sites reported increased traffic; sex workers with already-popular fan pages saw an increase in new subscribers. Receding into our homes, we looked for distraction and titillation and intimacy through our computers and phones. A few sex workers told me that their labor should be classified as essential—and they were only partly joking.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Stress is one of the biggest inhibitors of arousal, probably thanks to evolution. If an animal (or human) is trying to survive and is primarily focused on those struggles, it makes sense that breeding, mating, or sex is not as important.