Autism and Exercise – Interview with Dr. Marjorie Solomon

Dr. Marjorie Solomon

The most recent statistics show that approximately 1 in 100 -110 children between the ages of 3 and 17 in the United States have some form of autism. Autism is a neurological disorder characterized by the limited ability or inability to socialize, limited ability or inability to communicate and repetitive patterns of behavior. Given the […]

Teens and Family Finances…Much is TMI


The economy is one of, if not the number one, concern of people across our nation. Unemployment figures are staggering and downright scary, college students are graduating without jobs to go to and student loans to repay, the cost of everything from gas to gum is higher than it has ever been (and in many […]

New Year’s Resolutions for Parents of Teenagers


It’s that time of year. This year, we tell ourselves, will be the year we lose 20 pounds, quit smoking, or give up or at least cut back on caffeine, and this will be the year when we take back control of our families. You tell yourself resolutely that 2013 will be the year that […]

What you should be reading?


If you have a teenager in your house you have questions running through your mind – Darla Noble IF YOU’RE BLESSED WITH A TEENAGER WHO IS RESPONSIBLE, RESPECTFUL, HEALTHY AND ALL THOSE GOOD THINGS, YOU’RE PROBABLY ASKING YOURSELF QUESTIONS LIKE THESE: How did I get so lucky? How long is this going to last? Does […]



The latest statistics show that approximately one quarter of the nation’s teens are obese. We’re not talking a bit on the chubby side or large-framed, with a little junk in the trunk. We’re talking obese health – threatening, body – imaging, depriving, exercising obese What’s wrong? Why this problem of obesity in America’s teens? THERE’S […]

How Your Teen’s Diet can & does Effect their Moods and Behavior


It’s no secret that food affects our bodies in numerous ways weight, the ability or inability to sleep (caffeine), the various nutrients we get from it, different taste sensations, how our body functions (think diabetes) and even our moods. Think chicken soup, chocolate and mac and cheese – the mere mention of these ‘comfort foods’ […]

“Loving Our Kids On Purpose (WorkBook) New Edition: Preparing Our Kids for the Kingdom of God”


If you’re a parent, this is the right book for you. It answers many questions related to the everyday problems. The author and the creator of Loving on Purpose, Danny Silk has come up with this great book which helps the parents raise their kids in the best possible way. He shares his personal experiences […]

So… Person Known as the High School Guidance Counselor and Should Care?


Darla Noble with Tim Roettgen, High School Guidance Counselor, Camdenton High School If you have a teenager in your house who attends public school, chances are you’ve either come into contact with or received a letter from the guidance counselor in their school. And if you are like many parents, you a) smile politely and […]