Source: Why You Should Stop Yelling at Your Kids – The New York Times It doesn’t make you look authoritative. It makes you look out of control to your kids. It makes you look weak. Credit You Jung Byun The use of spanking to discipline children has been in decline for 50 years. But…
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Thanks to a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, we were able to partner with the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media to create a research page for our work on trauma and resiliency. We believe that understanding the impact of trauma, adopting trauma-informed practices and supporting resiliency is vital to the long-term success of our work, and there's a growing body of research to support us. Trauma, especially in childhood, has a significant impact on people's physical, mental and behavioral health. Trauma is not destiny, however, and evidence-based practices that promote resiliency in individuals and communities are an important part of our work. We hope that this page will serve as a resource for other organizations engaging in similar efforts.