Childcare, Tips to help your Child Coping through Tragedy

When tragedies occur, especially those involving children, they garner an immense amount of attention from the media and spark discussions that could easily be overheard by children. As a result, it’s very important that parents have an idea of how to approach the subject with their children to avoid anxiety and stress that can deeply affect the way a child views the world. Striking a balance between providing kids with the answers and explanations they’re seeking without giving them more … [Read more...]

IFAW: Our Hearts go out to JAPAN

    Our hearts go out to the people of Japan.    The magnitude 8.9 earthquake that struck near Japan’s east coast spawned a ferocious tsunami that swept away buildings and vehicles, sparked numerous fires, and inundated vast swaths of cropland. The human tragedy is profound: hundreds of people have already perished and that number could quickly rise as rescue efforts continue. Scores of homes were destroyed and much of the impact area will likely be without power for some time. Of course, … [Read more...]

ADELE BUTLER – Women of Spirit: Farewell to Former First Lady

  ADELE BUTLER - Women of Spirit:     Farewell to Former First Lady Joyce Hoyte.  ...may she finally rest in peace.   Today, I read of the passing of Guyana’s former first lady, Joyce Hoyte. After a brief period of illness, she died on Valentine’s Day at St. Joseph’s Mercy Hospital in Georgetown. She was 77 years old. She was the last remaining member of her family. Joyce Hoyte was the wife of Hugh Desmond Hoyte who served as Prime Minister of Guyana from 1984 to 1985 and President of … [Read more...]

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