Category Archives: Washington Post

Washington Post: ‘Make Your Kid A Money Genius’ Author Explains How and Why to Talk to Your Kid About Money. Now.

I had the pleasure of interviewing bestselling financial author Beth Kobliner about her latest book. Great info, especially for the money-intimidated.

‘Make Your Kid A Money Genius’ Author Explains How and Why to Talk to Your Kid About Money. Now.

Published in The Washington Post, March 28, 2017

Washington Post: Parents Need To Prepare For School Lockdowns, Too

In the event of the worst (or even a false alarm), do you know what’s expected of you as a parent?

Parents Need To Prepare For School Lockdowns, Too

Published in Washington Post on September 13, 2016

Washington Post: Should You Give Your College Kid An Allowance?

I bit my tongue, folks, and didn’t even give my opinion. ¬†But three amazing experts did.

Should You Give Your College Kid An Allowance?

Published on Washington Post on August 9, 2016 and in print on August 11, 2016

Washington Post: 11 Parenting Podcasts Worth Checking Out

What would you add to the list?

11 Parenting Podcasts Worth Checking Out

Published in Washington Post on June 23, 2016

Washington Post: Parents Need To Talk To Daughters About The Joys Of Sex, Not Just The Dangers

A Q&A with Peggy Orenstein, author of the brand-new Girls & Sex: Navigating the Complicated New Landscape.

Parents Need To Talk To Daughters About The Joys Of Sex, Not Just The Dangers

Published in Washington Post, March 29, 2016

Washington Post: Embracing The Politics Talk – With Kids

The upside of this tumultuous election.

Embracing The Politics Talk – With Kids

Published on March 10, 2016 on Washington Post

 

Washington Post: The Mystery Of Teenage Girls “Untangled” With Author Lisa Damour

I review Dr. Lisa Damour’s terrific new book on teenage girls, and sit down with her for some Q&A.

The Mystery Of Teenage Girls “Untangled” With Author Lisa Damour

Published in Washington Post, February 9, 2016