Andrea Ramsay Speers
I’ve run into a few people in my practice lately who are what author Elaine Aron would describe as highly sensitive. These are people who share a list of common traits [...]Read more Sensitive Kids
What do you do when your usually charming and adorable kids display less than appealing habits? Perhaps they crack their knuckles, or leave the tv on after they’ve [...]Read more Handling Pet Peeves
We never really know what goes on inside our children’s minds. We may make educated guesses, and then do the best we can with that information. Well, here’s another tool to [...]Read more What Order Are They?
Every human feels anxiety on occasion; it is a part of life. All of us know what it is like to feel worry, nervousness, fear, and concern. We feel nervous when we have to give [...]Read more Happiness At Home: Why Am I So Anxious?
Did you know that eating disorders are starting to be diagnosed in girls as young as 11? Traditionally, they were not thought to be diagnosable until closer to adulthood, but [...]Read more What’s Eating Our Kids?
When I was a kid, we all had dinner together every night. But even in my own household now, despite my best efforts, we only manage to have dinner together a couple of times [...]Read more Has The Family Dinner Gone The Way of the Dodo?
Bullies have changed quite a bit since our childhood, haven’t they? In my case, the bullies were the ones who were socially inept, overtly aggressive kids. In today’s [...]Read more Sticks and Stones
Where do kids learn to sulk like they do?? I often see a fair bit of sulking in my office…but as a non-family-member, I can usually pull them out of it before too long. [...]Read more Sulking as an Art Form