ParentFurther Blog


By Amy Williams, Guest Blogger

Unfortunately, depression in children is real. The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry estimates that 5 percent of all children suffer from depression.

Other Blog Posts

As a parent, my favorite part of summer is the laid-back routine. Our schedule tends to be too full during the school year so that by the time summer arrives, we’re all ready to have time to hang out more…

When my children were young (ages 6 and younger), it sometimes felt like a huge battle of who had more influence on my them: me, or what they were seeing on TV or in the movies…

I want my kids to grow up well, and I know as a parent, I can’t do it alone…

At what age should our teens be hitting the road?

Is our society overlooking the dangers of teen marijuana use?

Why do so many teens want to get pregnant?

Are you guilty?

What is your family doing about the oil spill in the Gulf? How can individuals and families make a difference?

We can learn a lot about the power of diversity from our kids.

From smelly shoes, to gross goo, to mold; I’m delving into the grossest of gross matters in parenthood!