More fit people look at me when we're at the park with our kids and their glances to me feel like 1000 pounds of judgment.
Lately, I’ve seriously resolved to take myself less seriously. It’s a paradox, isn’t it? Just like so many aspects of life. As time goes on, I’m finding that many age-old oxymoronic mantras ring true: less is more, pride brings low,…
We all have the ideal plans for how we're going to raise our kids and how they will turn out. Then life happens.
Without the benefit of actual experience, it’s impossible to develop the true understanding that empathy requires.
Parents of kids with invisible disabilities want the world to know it’s only okay to assume one thing: They and their kids are doing the best they can.
The Graduate School of Education at Harvard University project, Making Caring Common, came up with five strategies to teach kids how to be kind.
The stigma around addiction has enormous consequences, not just for our health care system, but how our entire culture views addictive behavior.
Managing everyone’s constantly changing emotions is a full-time job, and I’m pretty sure I want to quit.
For every negative interaction during conflict, a stable and happy marriage has five (or more) positive interactions.