Tag Archive: research-based

Encouraging Talent Development | encouragement

Water Break by Nazareth College

How can parents encourage their kids to develop an athletic or artistic talent? Researchers interviewed elite athletes for answers.

Anatomy of Loneliness, Part 2 (Episode 121)

Dr. Cacioppo

Doctors Brian and Giuseppe continue their talk with Dr. John Cacioppo about overcoming loneliness.


Is loneliness hazardous to your health?

Loneliness by Yasser Alghofily

Increasingly, researchers are realizing that loneliness can be as dangerous as obesity or smoking.

Warning Signs of Teen Anorexia

Skeleton. by Danielle Helm (http://www.flickr.com/photos/daniellehelm/3962892765/)

Summer’s here, and many teens are concerned about their weight. Here are some warning signs of problem eating.

Genuine Parenting

We’ve distilled information from our practice and from research into 4 powers that parents can use to improve their relationship with their kids.

Family Anatomy Update

What’s happening right now with Family Anatomy.

Teens Crave Praise

Father and Teen Son Arm on Shoulder by D. Sharon Pruitt

What teens want the most isn’t money or clothes, but praise. Kitty Holman writes about new research.

Making chores fun: Essential strategies for parents

Start 'Em Young by Randen Pederson

Maria Rainier provides tips to make household chores as painless as possible.

Anatomy of A Secret Sadness, Pt. 1 (Ep. 107)

A Secret Sadness, by Dr. Valerie Whiffen

Psychologists speak to Dr. Valerie Whiffen about parent-child relationship patterns that contribute to later depression.


Tips for Teaching Kids About Financial Responsibility

The Piggy Bank by Mike Tungate

Maria Rainier provides tips to help kids learn financial literacy and, hopefully, to avoid debt!