With the struggle of the pandemic and a slow start to reopening, everyone keeps talking about our “new normal”. Though this describes the state of our transition, I feel we may have overdosed on the phrase. I mean, what even is normal? Normal is routine. It is what we know, live, and by most accounts, […]
This is especially important right now, when anxiety, changes in routine, and loss of shared activities should be making you less efficient than usual.
You CAN slow down. And this whirlwind of trying to parent and work simultaneously is actually your chance. Notice your new feelings, your new capacity, and let some old things go.
Find out how to give your kids the skills to manage strong emotions on their own as they grow in this podcast episode featuring Robin Brannan LCMFT.
We created these flow charts to help middle schoolers who need help finding their assignments in Google Classroom or My MCPS Classroom. They may be useful for other grades as well, and are especially useful for students with executive function difficulties. Highlight the arrows to make the flow of the steps extra clear for students […]