Sharon's Published Work, Your Teen Magazine

Your Teen: Life Skills for Teenagers

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

Your Teen Magazine

I have a new job!

Readers, I'm thrilled to share that I've taken on the position of Print Managing Editor of Your Teen Magazine for Parents.  I love Your Teen's smart, helpful, down-to-earth writing for parents of tweens and teens, and it's an honor to be part of getting that writing to you. (Check it out! http://www.yourteenmag.com) Now, for your… Continue reading I have a new job!

Brightly, Sharon's Published Work

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

Sharon's Published Work, Washington Post

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