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Low-level, poorly resolved conflict between parents affects children's mental health
From an article on Child and Family blog
Damage is done not by a few instances, but by chronic interactions. Children become more sensitive to episodes which are exhausting emotionally and increase insecurity.
Why 10 Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)?
From a blog by ACEs Connection
The ACE Study revealed certain things we've been taught not to see, speak about, ask questions about. When these are explored, one finds high prevalence, relationships to major public health problems and to life expectancy.
Learning through play: more than laughter and smiles
From a blog by Child and Family
Play works as an emotional toolbox—a safe space in which many emotions can be experienced without consequences or worrying about whether the emotion is acceptable to the big people in children’s lives.
A parent asks her child what she could have done better
From a video by Alison Cebulla, ACEs Connection
The conversation could have hurt but it needed to be one that healed. Parent offered a generous and kind-hearted gift by engaging with the child - "let's heal together and grow stronger."
Family matters for student performance
From an article from the Institute for Family Stud
Student performance cannot be understood apart from family dynamics. What should our communities and larger society be doing to help ensure that future generations of children have a stable, supportive, family life?
10 books for children to read to celebrate racial diversity
Could primary school age books such as these help over the long-term to reduce the tensions we have seen in recent times and eventually change the culture?
The roots of resilience in children and young people
From animations by Juliette Ttofa
Two short animations explain what resilience is and how we can nurture the resilience of children and young people, particularly in educational settings.
Strong families - flourishing children
From an article by The Sector (Early Education)
Children living in families with higher levels of resilience and connection are much more likely to flourish. This is true across all levels of income, health status and exposure to adverse childhood experiences.
Why your child is acting differently right now
From an article by Today.com
As the threat of Covid-19 disrupts school, daycare and other activities for children, some parents are noticing changes in behaviour in their children as try to deal with stress and anxiety.
Positive Childhood Experiences (PCEs)
Adults who report more positive childhood experiences (PCEs) are less likely to suffer from depression or poor mental health – and are more likely to have healthy relationships.
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