Developed by HRI Program Coordinator, Camila Dos Santos, M.Ed. One of the bigger myths about teenagers is that they don’t want to spend time with their parents. Oftentimes, miscommunications and/or lack of time gets in the way of bonding with
Developed by HRI Program Coordinator, Camila Dos Santos, M.Ed. The pandemic has taught many of us that there are countless ways to stay connected without physically being together. Helping your teenager stay connected to their circle this summer can provide
Developed by HRI Program Coordinator, Camila Dos Santos, M.Ed. We’ve all heard by now how important self-care is if we want to live a life of emotional balance and reduced stress. For many of us, however, implementing a consistent self-care
Developed by HRI Program Coordinator, Camila Dos Santos, M.Ed. For many teenagers, the summer is usually spent with loved ones and friends, but this summer may look a little different than most. Increased time at home and decreased social interactions
The holidays are a great time to practice gratitude in the company of family & loved ones. A couple of ways to practice gratitude as a family this 4th of July include: Stating 1-2 things that you are grateful
When we are in a healthy relationship, we can be our silliest & weirdest selves without fear of judgment. When we experience this comfort with someone else, we feel the joy that healthy and happy relationships bring to our lives.
We’re closing this week’s series on teaching kids to be a good friend by highlighting a skill that is useful in all friendships: listening. When we actively listen to our friends during difficult times, we provide meaningful support that is
Healthy relationships allow us to experience a kind of love that gives us strength during challenging times, and courage to face struggles head-on.
Monday, June 29 from 3:00-3:30 pm Join HRI and Fellowship Hall on Monday, June 29th at 3pm on Facebook Live to hear four Substance Abuse Counselors talk about how to cope with alcohol misuse during the pandemic. This 30-minute
Our siblings are our very first friends and teach us much of what we know about relationships. As we grow older, it’s important to continue to nurture and strengthen the relationship with your sibling(s). Healthy sibling relationships can lead