Tag Archives: Parenting

Your Teen Magazine: Don’t Expect the Worst from Teens, or You Just Might Get It

You know those stereotypes about how rotten teens are?  Skip them. Here’s why:

Don’t Expect the Worst from Teens, or Your Just Might Get It

Published in Your Teen Magazine, July-August 2017

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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

Cleveland Magazine: The Diversity Dilemma

Diversity and integration in our schools might not always be easy, but they are essential to repairing our continued racial divide.

The Diversity Dilemma https://clevelandmagazine.com/in-the-cle/commentary/articles/the-diversity-dilemma

Published in Cleveland Magazine, April 2017

Your Teen Magazine: Why Teens Should Take Charge at the Doctor’s Appointment

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

Your Teen Magazine: Is Technology Killing Creativity?

Spoiler: Not necessarily.  It’s tricky, though – read on.

Is Technology Killing Creativity?

Published in the January-February 2017 issue of Your Teen Magazine.

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

Brightly: 15 Years Later – Books To Help You Talk To Your Kids About 9/11

My apologies, readers, for failing to post this when it was published – before September 11, of course. Unfortunately, though, terrorism is still with us, and the moment to talk is not lost.

15 Years Later – Books To Help You Talk To Your Kids About 9/11

Published on Brightly, August 30, 2016