by Elizabeth Jayne Liu
A couple of life lessons I want to pass down to my 13-year-old daughter, Cal, about the importance of a positive body image and the consequences of surrounding herself with people who hurt, not help, that image.
by Mir Kamin
Team youth sports are a fantastic way to nurture multiple avenues of personal growth in your kids, but what about when your teen isn’t into them? Relax, it’s okay.
by Chris Jordan
A letter to my 10 year old daughter about her confidence and fearlessness.
I never thought I’d grow to love camping, but with a few creature comforts we’ve discovered some of our best family time with the teens, out on the road.
When your teen (who is on the autism spectrum) is still a poor sport, game time can be tricky. Sometimes there’s a pleasant surprise in store, though.
by Heather Sanders
Regardless of where a child’s learning occurs, it is my experience that most parents agree about the importance of taking an active role in their child’s education.
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