Parents want kids to talk with them, but it's often a struggle. Here are a few ideas for being available, which just might lead to a surprisingly great conversation!
We believe we should do it all, be it all, or have it all – and we waste precious time on the "crusts" of our days which could be better invested in parts that are our draw, our sweet spot.
Have you ever been lonely? Then you're the solution for loneliness. Whether you're a parent, an uncle, or a neighbor down the street, you can make a difference in a child's life.
Create down-time this summer for your children – and plan some for yourself too! As an adult you probably won't make a tent in the backyard, but what will you do? Savor a carefree moment and you will see a change in your productivity, mood, and satisfaction with life.
If you’re having a tough time remembering a situation where your teen actually chose to talk with you, well, you’re not alone. This is one of the most common frustrations parents share.