School can be a place of “light, connection, and transformation”
(Written by Jill Davis, Kindergarten teacher, based on her experience in the "How to Build Collaborative… [more]
What were you thinking?: a peek inside the teenage brain
If you're raising a teenager, no doubt your mantra is "What were you thinking?" Teens aren't known for… [more]
a hurt is a hurt is a hurt
Nothing brings us running faster to our child’s side than when they get hurt. Not just a little scratch… [more]
For when the fireworks are too close for comfort!
For some of us, fireworks don't just happen at the park on the 4th of July. You parents of young children… [more]
Choosing which conversation to have
About a year ago, my younger son had his very first driving accident. I say “first” because we… [more]
Listening Practices: Tips and Traps
Have you ever noticed how GOOD it feels to be really listened to? It’s impactful, validating and gives… [more]
Setting Limits: No, not for your child….for you!
Read any magazine article or book about parenting and the author will advise the necessity of setting… [more]
How well are you listening to your children?
When our children come to us with a problem, we usually want to help them. So we console, interpret,… [more]
Growing Yourself as a Parent
Grown-ups never understand anything for themselves, and it is tiresome for children to be always and… [more]
I feel I can finally exhale
(Original post: 8/14/13) Earlier this week I watched as my two boys got in the car (my older one driving)… [more]