Tag: Empathy

Parenting with a Purpose; Actively Promoting Racial Inclusivity as Integral to our Roles

How can we take an active role as parents in creating inclusion if we notice is not happening at school or in our community?

Rebuilding Our Social Intelligence

Going back out into the world may not be as simple as we may first think. What do we need to rebuild our social intelligence?

How Can We Disagree with Family and Friends While Sustaining and Growing Strong Relationships?

Do you and/or your kids and teens struggle when close others offer strong opinions they disagree with?

Today’s Winter Solstice Offers the Chance to Let Go…

Releasing the Voice of Judgement Today, December 21, the shortest day of the year, will mark the turning from dark to an increase in sunlight. In the Northern Hemisphere, it is the coldest time of year and in the Southern, it marks the Summer Solstice. The traditions that recognize this passage seem to touch numerous …

Anti-bullying Lessons from a Classic Christmas Tale

Why Rudolph is a Story Worth Unwrapping…

Parents Supporting Studying in the Middle and High School Years

Wondering how, as a parent, you can play a role in your middle and high schooler’s learning?

Open-Hearted Dialogue; Tackling Difficult Topics While Making Meaning Together

The Chinese use two brush strokes to write the word ‘crisis.’ One brush stroke stands for danger; the other for opportunity. In a crisis, be aware of the danger – but recognize the opportunity.   –  John F. Kennedy When E was between the ages of two and three, he adopted the very developmentally appropriate …

Caring Relationships Back-To-School Challenge

How will you cultivate safe, caring relationships this school year? This is our back-to-school challenge!

Changing the Conversation – Student, Parent, Teacher Pandemic Learning Gains

Let’s Examine What Specifically Children and Teens Learned in this Past Year

Weeding, Seeding, Reading and Healing

A Mother and Son’s Summertime Book Experience

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