The transition from high school to college entails many changes and is often stressful for both students and parents. Students are facing significant changes in their lives, with a new sense of autonomy and freedom to make their own choices. Parents may feel their guidance and ability to help their child develop into better decision makers are diminished. They may have concerns about the student’s living situation, activities away from home, safety and personal well-being.
“Everyone looks forward to having fun over the Fourth of July, and the Red Cross wants to make sure people know how to stay safe while enjoying the holiday,” said Linda Carbone, Chief Executive Officer of Florida’s West Coast Region and the Tampa Bay Chapter. Continue reading →
Change and transitions, even when highly anticipated, are stressful for individuals, families and ultimately the workplace. What can we do to navigate change and the transition process to grow and develop? Continue reading →
“There is no danger that the Titanic will sink. The boat is unsinkable.” ~Phillip Franklin, White Star Vice-president, 1912
That condition now starts at 130/80 rather than the previous guideline of 140/90. The new normal is less than 120/80. Why would they do this and how does that impact you? Continue reading →