Unprepared: Why Kids Are Anxious, Lonely, and Depressed
For many young people, the world seems to be crashing around them. It is a phenomenon years in the making but certainly accelerated by COVID-19, which created a climate of learning loss, decreased human interaction, and a scary lack of resilience. It is a perfect storm for anxiety, loneliness, and depression. September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and now…Read More
The Art and Science of Family Dinner – A way to improve the physical and mental health of children and teens.
By Stephen Gray Wallace, featured in Psychology Today. The news about declining COVID-19 rates around the country may foreshadow a return to more “normal” rhythms and patterns of behavior. Among the casualties of online learning and socializing may have been traditional family dinners. An October 2021 article, “More Parents Are Rejecting Nightly Family Dinners – And Experts…Read More
Failure for Success is Subject of “Falling Up” in The Huffington Post
Stephen’s new piece in The Huffington Post, “Falling Up“, discuses the role of failure in seeding ultimate success.Read More