Family Leadership Blog
By talking about our experiences and sharing an embarrassing moment we lived through, we’ll be showing our child that we are open to being uncomfortable with them.read more
My work life doesn’t look like other people’s and I tell [my daughter] why so she understands. Life is a series of choices and, after the insanity of my marriage/family death year, I didn’t want to be blown asunder again if I could help it.read more
I don’t know what to do with my child outside. When I say “outside,” I mean “in the wild.” To be honest, I don’t even really like taking my son to the park.read more
Whatever their reasons for not having a child, couples can live a happy life without children of their own.read more
Today, most of what passes as help for families on how to live a good life and shape the lives of those around them, is a cop out.read more
It’s rare to find a teen who wants to live at home after high school. … They want their independence. But asking a teen if they are ready to be on their own will most likely elicit a different response.read more
As a parent to a six-year-old girl, the statistics I read regularly about the detriment social media is on young people, especially teenage girls, scream “CAUTION!” at me every day.read more
At a time when Swim Mama’s son is formulating his most significant impressions about the world, he doesn’t have the capacity to understand his grandmother’s sarcasm.read more
Just like in the toddler years, adolescence is a time in which the human brain is primed to learn through experience.read more
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