This might be the strangest Thanksgiving most of us ever have, due to the Coronavirus. So, to help you make it a good one, here’s a Thanksgiving lesson in humility that will help you make sure your interactions with family this year are ones you’ll be proud of. . . read more
Finding out a hurricane is about to bear down on your hometown isn’t the kind of thing most people get excited about, especially when they’re eight years old. But then, most people aren’t like Jayson Zoller. read more
https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/leadwithastory/PWAS_107.mp3Podcast (parenting-with-a-story-podcast-series): Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: RSS The past three weeks have been an almost non-stop parade of protests, all centered around the most recent tragic deaths that didn’t have to happen. “Yes, that’s terrible. But what can I do?” you might ask. After all, you already changed your Facebook profile…
This won’t be a typical podcast and post. As I’m recording this, we’re about halfway into a national social distancing experiment to combat the Coronavirus.
Next week is National School Choice Week. So I wanted to talk to an expert about how to choose the best school for your child. And I found exactly the right person!
I’ve been wanting to write this post for six years. Seriously. This is the day that I get to start telling the world
My guest this week is John Kim. He’s a licensed marriage and family therapist and one of the the pioneers of the online life coaching movement.
My guest today is Dr. Pamela Ellis. She conducts research into the areas of high school of college transition
If you’re curious whether you should stalk your kids online (spoiler: you should, at least for a while), this is the woman to ask.
You’ve no doubt heard that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin were educated at Montessori schools and attribute much of their success to that upbringing.