Common Views Parents Have of Their Kids

It's September, and as parents, we are excited to have our kids go back to school (except for those parents who are first-year preschool parents, and are agonizing and missing their precious little one, but you'll get over it.) You may catch yourself saying, "Your job is to be a student, so make … [Read more...]

The Blur of Being a Parent

The school year is about to start, and you may already feel like you are behind. Like many parents, you may be overwhelmed. But you want to do things differently this year: simpler, with more clarity and less clutter. But you don't have much time. It's enough to make you long for … [Read more...]

The Danger of Raising Nice Kids

What are you aiming for in raising your child? Good grades? Excel at sports? Behave in public and make you proud? Most parents say, "I want my child to be nice." But nice is not enough. It's dangerous to settle for raising nice kids.  'Nice' means pleasant, friendly and well-mannered. Originally, … [Read more...]