The Protective Factors - Parental Resilience

Posted by Idaho Youth Ranch on Jul 31, 2020 3:52:52 PM

The ups and downs of life can be rough for both children and parents alike, especially during the current circumstances we’re faced with globally on account of the pandemic and its speculated aftermath. Life and parenting, in general, can feel extra scary right now as the future appears less certain with many possibilities at hand. This alone is enough for anyone to feel lost and in survival mode.

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Topics: Child Development, resilience, protective factors

The 5 Protective Factors: A Checklist for Resilience

Posted by Idaho Youth Ranch on Jul 19, 2020 11:39:23 PM

There are many factors that play a role in how a person develops through childhood and transitions into adulthood. Everything from genetics to home environment plays an important role in defining your child's future and potential.

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Topics: resilience

7 Positive Childhood Experiences that Help Kids Grow into Successful Adults

Posted by Idaho Youth Ranch on May 1, 2020 5:00:42 PM

Just as there are adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) that play a role in the future success of kids, there are also 7 positive childhood experiences (PCEs) that can offset their damage. 

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Topics: For Parents, Families, Child Development, Toxic Stress, childhood trauma, resilience, PCEs

10 Things Your Kids Need to Hear You Say

Posted by Idaho Youth Ranch on Apr 24, 2020 3:22:25 PM

Have you ever opened your mouth and heard your parents come out? Being intentional about what you say to and around your children can help mold who they become and how they deal with the world as they grow up.

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Topics: Communication, For Parents, Raising Respectful Children, Family Time, Family Conflict, Family Counseling, resilience

10 Ways to Compliment Your Kids and Build Resilience

Posted by Idaho Youth Ranch on Apr 17, 2020 4:43:56 PM

One of the most basic needs of every child is the need for their parents’ approval. This is so important that it is at the basis of self-esteem, self-worth, and even their identity as they grow.

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Topics: Communication, For Parents, Behavior, Raising Respectful Children, Child Development, Programs and Services, Covid-19, resilience