(Taken from “Framing Strategies to Shape Parent and Adolescent Understandings of Development” by Kendall-Taylor and Ginsburg, Pediatrics, September 2021, Volume 148, Number 3)
Here are some tips for talking about the difficult,
The title caught my eye a few weeks ago as I was scrolling through social media. “Demystifying Disability”?? Yes, please! Emily Ladau, a disability activist, writes about everything from ableism
How do you find meaning after a loss?
Elisabeth Kubler-Ross’s 1969 book On Death and Dying identified five stages of grieving: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance (who remembers these from
I ran across two interesting abstracts for recently published articles!
Student-Teacher Relationships and Adult Health:
Jinho Kim (2021) found a strong positive relationship between good student-teacher relationships and adult health, even accounting
ACEs are potentially traumatic events that occur during childhood. They can include experiencing violence, abuse, neglect, growing up in a household with substance abuse or mental health issues, or having