I'm a huge believer in raising kids to be confident and capable, and that means taking every opportunity to share new skills with them. This one's a little one - and maybe an old-fashioned one - but I'm not ready to let it go. Life Skills for Teenagers: How Do I Mail a Letter? Published… Continue reading Your Teen: Life Skills for Teenagers
Part of growing towards independence is finding your voice - here's how to help kids advocate for themselves. Helping Our Kids Learn to Speak for Themselves Published in Your Teen Magazine
You know those stereotypes about how rotten teens are? Skip them. Here's why: Don't Expect the Worst from Teens, or You Just Might Get It Published in Your Teen Magazine, July-August 2017
Are we parents hovering too much at the doctor's office? Research says yes. Why Teens Should Take Charge at the Doctor's Appointment Published in Your Teen Magazine
The sensitive child experiences the world differently. What does that mean for parenting? "Mommy, Will I Be OK?" Published in Brain, Child Magazine on November 19, 2015
'I Love To You Watch You Play'; But Not Every Game Published in The New York Times Motherlode, August 9, 2015
Spoiler alert: Yes, they do. Do Kids Belong At Funerals? Published in the Washington Post, July 1, 2015.
Homework Is My Kid's Job, Not Mine Published in Washington Post on November 4, 2014