The Effect of Stress on A Child's Brain Development

Research shows that chronic stress negatively impacts a child's brain development. Learn how the brain works, how we perceive stressful events and how to manage stress in a positive way so we don't overexpose our children to stressful events. Behaviors that overexpose our children to stress include those behaviors related to: substance abuse, child abuse, domestic violence and anger management issues. Moderate Behaviors and Managed Emotions are essential to protecting children from too much stress.

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Four Emotions Than Can Interfere With Co-Parenting

Four emotions can interfere with making good decisions: guilt, fear, hopelessness and anger. These are common and can inhibit your relationship with your children, successful co-parenting and successful decision making. Learn how to manage these four emotions so you can maintain a good relationship with your children and co-parent.