We are living in unprecedented times and it feels like crazy-town. Kids and parents alike are working from home, juggling virtual schoolwork, workplace stress, and 8,000 Zoom calls a day. Frankly, we are all doing the best we can.  So,...
Happy New Year everyone! Did you make a resolution to read more this year? I used to set a reading goal  (a book a month, for example) but that was not a successful project.  So instead, I developed a...
It's almost Christmas and you're in need of a last minute gift for your teenager. But what? Surely our 2020 Holiday Gift Guide has tons but I've got even more! Here Are 10 Last Minute Gift Ideas for Teens: Hydroflask:...
I live with all men. One's in his 50s, another is 18 (sigh), and the last is a 14-year-old who thinks he’s 20 sometimes. These boys started out so cute! And now they smell, track dirt, eat all my...
Dads are pretty special and celebrating them on Father's Day is always fun! My children love the tradition of wacky ties and handmade cards for their Dad. But in past years, as they've gotten older, they want to branch...
I'm a Youth Librarian so I am a bit biased about what I love. But if you haven't tried Young Adult Fiction, you are missing out! The characters are immensely complicated and their experiences complex (because let's face it,...
Validation is the simple but alarmingly difficulty task of observing, acknowledging, and accepting another person's point of view. To validate and accept their point of view doesn't mean that you necessarily agree with what they are saying. It means that...
Marriage Therapy: not just for adults! I am a big believer in therapy. Having someone guide me through my emotions helps me stay sane. I sat through close to three years of marriage therapy with my ex-husband and while ultimately...
It's daunting. A little frustrating. Totally overwhelming. But, it's time. For whatever reason, it's time to find a therapist for your child. Below are five tips for finding the best mental health therapist for your child.  Contact your...
It’s time to plan summer. Moms around the Seacoast are looking for meaningful, accessible, and affordable options for their teens to get away from screens and avoid the brain drain of summer. As a teen educator, adventurer, and mom...

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