Three Ways Kids Can Rock Relationships

Three Ways Kids Can Rock Relationships

If you like it, please share it 🙂 This is the third in a series of six posts exploring the strengths that make kids intelligent, courageous, good with other people, involved in their communities and connected with something larger than themselves. The purpose of the...
Six Ways to Inspire Your Creative Teen

Six Ways to Inspire Your Creative Teen

If you like it, please share it 🙂 I was so fired up after reading Dan Pink’s book, A Whole New Mind, in 2010, that the day after I finished it I made an appointment to tell the headmaster of my son’s school about it. I loved the way it described not just the potential...
Five Fabulous Ways Children Are Smart

Five Fabulous Ways Children Are Smart

If you like it, please share it 🙂 This is the first in a series of posts exploring the strengths that make kids intelligent, courageous, good with other people, involved in their communities and connected with something larger than themselves. The purpose of the...
Four Steps To Help Your Teens Be Happier

Four Steps To Help Your Teens Be Happier

If you like it, please share it 🙂   If your child is feeling insecure and unhappy, one of the most helpful things you can do is introduce them to their inner strengths and teach them how to use them. In schools around the world where this has been taught to students,...
Character Matters. Color Does Not.

Character Matters. Color Does Not.

If you like it, please share it 🙂 I also have a dream: of a world in which all children are judged by the content of their character, and not by the color of their skin, or their language, their religion, their family’s wealth or lack of it, or what city, country or...
Mommy See, Mommy Do

Mommy See, Mommy Do

If you like it, please share it 🙂 I taught my daughter to be insecure and perfectionistic and to care a lot about what other people think of her. I didn’t intend to teach her these things, of course, any more than my mother intended to teach them to me. Sadly,...