With focused attention we can actually change the physical structure of our brain.
It’s time to get a refresher on how to train our kids to stand up to bullying and how to advocate for them.
This is a submission in our monthly contest. October’s theme is Determination. Enter your own here! In the mirror I could see the impossibly tiny blue foot sticking out of my abdomen, no bigger than an almond. I only glimpsed…
If you’re considering working from home without putting your kids in childcare, these tips can help you feel and be more productive throughout the day.
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.
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,…
Whether or not we validate our kids’ emotions will ultimately have an impact on their ability to manage those emotions well beyond the childhood years.
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.…
In light of the countless high-profile assault charges recently meted I challenge us, individually, collectively, indivisibly, to say no. To scream no.
I'd read about how SEAL recruits had to endure the most physically challenging conditions imaginable – including sleep deprivation. Maybe they could help.
It's so many of us who have moved our own hardier selves right down to the bottom of the list of things that need to be cared for.