How do parents teach their kids about consent? What words should we use? What age should we start having these conversations?
Instead of setting resolutions, how about setting intentions for the new year instead? A few years ago, my family started a New Year’s Intention Jar.
Helping kids feel worthy and loved has a profound impact on their well-being. This article shares practices to cultivate worthiness in kids.
When I reflect upon the past year, I have so much to be grateful for. My top five gratitudes for 2018 include health, family, friends and more.
Consent is defined as giving permission for something to happen. Teaching kids and teens about consent reduces sexual coercion, harassment, and assault.
Conversations with kids about consent can begin as early as preschool and continue throughout the teen years. These resource help guide these conversations.
Embracing our differences and working through tough conversations feels like the only path to heal the deep divisions in our country and world today.
We all have relationships that are challenging at times. The only thing you can control is yourself, but this choice can be powerful.
What should parents do and say at their kid’s sports events to show their love and support? In this video, kids tell parents exactly how they feel and what they wish their parents would do.
What are family meetings and why are they valuable? When done well, family meetings provide a positive way for families to connect and work together to improve family life.