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Category: Self-Care

Is Your Teen a Screenager?

Delaney Ruston is the mother of two teenagers and a medical doctor. When her daughter was in junior high, they began shopping for a phone for her. Delaney wanted her daughter to have a phone only for the purpose of verbal communication, her daughter wanted a phone with the internet so she could connect with … Continued

Planting the Seeds of Self-Care in Children

As is often the case when we are talking about children, self-care for children begins with their parents.  To have the resources that they will need to properly care for their children, parents must remember to take care of their own needs and business.  As the old adage goes, you can’t serve from an empty … Continued

Self-Care Tips for Teens

When you’re little adults are supposed to take most of the responsibility for taking care of you. As you get older the responsibility shifts so that you are supposed to do more to care for yourself. Here are some important concepts that will be useful as you develop healthy self-care habits. Enough – Giving 110% … Continued

Stark County Schools Mental Health Week is Back!

What an eventful school year it has been! As students anxiously anticipate the relaxing summer months ahead, we want to pause and celebrate the mental health journey each student, teacher and parent has taken this past year—Happy Stark County Schools Mental Health Week! This year, C&A has some exciting new additions for the third annual … Continued

Self-Care that really works for you!

We’ve all seen them, the articles urging us to improve our lives by practicing good self-care.  There are countless books, blogs, videos, and workshops designed to teach us simple strategies to make our lives better.  The suggestions typically involve everything from indulging ourselves with bubble baths and sugary deserts, to spending time in nature, to … Continued

College students struggle through unusual learning and living experience

For many students attending college during 2020 and 2021, the college experience hasn’t been at all what they were expecting.  Many colleges and universities shut down in the spring of 2020 as a response to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Although most have since re-opened with heavy reliance on online learning and social distancing, … Continued

Acknowledging your child’s feelings will lead to resilient kids

“One of the most important tasks of parenthood is helping children learn to deal with their emotions.  All children experience periods of stress in their lives and need the emotional skills to deal with it.  Children’s emotional resilience, or ability to cope with their feelings is important to their long-term happiness, wellbeing and success in … Continued

Refilling A Teen’s Resiliency

In a recent blog post, C&A provided tips on how parents and teachers can build resiliency skills in younger children. But resiliency reaches far beyond just children. Teens who have been through traumatizing situations need help from parents and teachers as well, but in a slightly different way. Worn Out For parents of younger children, … Continued

Stark County College and Universities Unite for Mental Health

It’s been pushed time and time again. Words like COVID-19, lockdown, masks, pandemic and social distancing has been floating around on the internet and in the news for months. No wonder that amidst all of 2020’s craziness, depression and anxiety cases are rising significantly according to some newer studies. To help young people all across … Continued