I love Oprah and have watched her show for decades and still do. One day years ago I came home to a message on my answering machine from Oprah’s producers saying to please call them back they want me to be on the show!
I was so excited I still remember the […]
Self-esteem, as you read in previous post , comes and goes — sometimes all of us feel good about ourselves and sometimes we don’t. Therefore, what we really need to teach our kids is resilience, so that they […]
Over the past year I have very happily noticed an increase in the number of articles in the lay press on the importance of Emotional Intelligence, recess, and giving children less homework. I have been writing on this topic for the last 15 years and reading articles in psychology journals for […]
Children learn to love by being loved, to self-soothe by being soothed, to be kind by experiencing kindness and to have empathy by experiencing empathy for their feeling from parents. That’s simply how brain development and emotional intelligence works. Here are some ways to express empathy for what your kids are going […]
My son hits himself and pulls his hair leaving a mark when he gets upset and it really scares me. So much so that I’m ashamed to say, that I grabbed him by his arm and pulled him aside and told him […]
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