It’s time to get a refresher on how to train our kids to stand up to bullying and how to advocate for them.
As guides, we help children develop internal motivation to do what is right because it’s right, rather than to do what is right to avoid being punished.
This is a submission in our monthly contest. November’s theme is Gratitude. Enter your own here! Dear Daughters, When I was 13, my step-father told me that victims of attacks – women – were attacked because they’d asked for it.…
While she’s waiting, she begins to question the very worth of this victory: If she’s so triumphant why is she alone?
We all have the ideal plans for how we're going to raise our kids and how they will turn out. Then life happens.
The Graduate School of Education at Harvard University project, Making Caring Common, came up with five strategies to teach kids how to be kind.
This is a submission in our monthly contest. October’s theme is Determination. Enter your own here! There is a skate park in our town, built sometime in the decade before we moved here. It’s steep concrete bowls are confined to…
If your kid is passionate about music, how do you find a music teacher who will bring out the best in them?
When you first move to the country, after living in the city your whole life, you stick out like a perfectly manicured thumb.
I’ll admit, as a dentist’s daughter and a lover of candy, I’m a little Jekyll and Hyde over the matter.
The score does matter. It always has and it always will. Learning how to lose is important, and so is learning how to win.