There shouldn’t be a cap on a father’s love for his son

2018-02-04T19:59:55+00:00 February 4th, 2018|Parenting, Relationships, Sports|

by Lacey Byrne, Yellowbrick Staff Writer The increase in conversation about Tom Brady this past week isn’t just in anticipation of the Superbowl between the Patriots and the Eagles. Tom Brady has a reality show on Facebook Watch called “Tom vs. Time.”  Last week, radio host Alex Reimer of WEEI was reviewing the latest episode with [...]

Become a Yellowbrick parent…

2018-01-14T23:36:49+00:00 January 14th, 2018|Communication, Education, Entertainment, Health, Money, Parenting, Politics, Psychology, Relationships, Religion, Science, Social Issues, Sports, Technology|

Self-esteem effects so much more than just a child’s personality. Self-esteem is one of those cyclical things. With great self-esteem tends to come confidence in their school work. With confidence in their work comes good grades. With good grades comes… high self-esteem! It is a magical thing. It can be a painful thing to watch if your little one is not as self-confident as they should be, and it can have some pretty negative consequences. So what can you do to boost their confidence?

Dr. Michael Hynes Makes His Case for More Recess, Self-Directed Play and “PEAS” in Schools

2017-12-06T16:09:03+00:00 December 4th, 2017|Education, Health, Parenting, Psychology, Sports|

By Sarah Calatayud, Yellowbrick Staff Writer Dr. Michael Hynes, Superintendent of Schools for the Patchogue-Medford district in Long Island, NY, believes very strongly in a few core principles. He believes in teaching to the whole child. He believes that children are individuals, and in order to educate them well (and that means ALL of them), [...]

My ex doesn’t make it to the children’s games…

2017-10-13T13:55:04+00:00 September 22nd, 2017|Parenting, Relationships, Sports|

By Cindy Romer, Yellowbrick Accredited Divorce Coach Enter the familiar feel of September, Fall sports and back to school nights are upon us. It is one of the situations I hadn’t thought of when I was trying to foresee all the scenarios of a divorce and what our children would be feeling. As with anything, until [...]

Gamblers more likely to have suffered childhood traumas, research shows

2017-08-28T13:58:30+00:00 August 3rd, 2017|Health, Psychology, Social Issues, Sports|

Source: University of Lincoln   Men with problem and pathological gambling addictions are more likely to have suffered childhood traumas including physical abuse or witnessing violence in the home, according to new research. Psychologists examined responses in a survey of more than 3,000 men on a variety of life factors, and found that just over [...]