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A new report shows that schools with predominantly black student bodies routinely receive significantly less funding than their white counterparts. Does the poor education lead to mental health issues down the line? Researchers from the University of Warwick think so. read more about How Black Education Disparity Impacts Mental Health
Today we are seeing far too many tragedies unfold, many of them involving children. Parents and teachers are faced with the challenge of discussing tragic incidents of community violence with children who may be too young to truly understand these read more about How To Talk To Children About Gun Violence
What could a child possibly be depressed about? They don’t have bills or responsibilities, so what is there to really be sad about? Unfortunately, that is the misguided thinking in a lot of our homes. While a concerted effort to read more about Depression in Black Children: What Does It Look Like?
It was his first time in the Psychiatric ER. He wasn’t sure why he was there. At first, neither were we. Other than a reported funny feeling in his jaw from a fight after smoking “bad weed,” it appeared he read more about Parenting Teens With Schizophrenia: Dealing With Reality
Whether you call it pandemic schooling, crisis homeschooling, virtual schooling or distance learning, more families are educating their children at home—either full or part-time—for the 2020-2021 school year. As parents who have never considered educating their children outside of a read more about How Black Families are Tackling Homeschooling This School Year
Let me tell you something about me. By all prevailing definitions, I am an adult. In more urban vernacular, I am a grown adult. What this means is I have a certain set of sensibilities that were molded and shaped read more about Is Social Media Hurting Your Child?