We are heading to Korea, Japan and Singapore in the next two weeks to interview our next set of families for our book Parenting Is Flat. If we have any readers in those areas or you know any families that would be willing to be interviewed, let me know!
As schooling becomes more and more virtual (e-books, online homework, etc) it is important to learn how to develop proper relationships with teachers online as well as in class.
We all strive for this illusive “perfect”, but this can be a dangerous goal.
Articles from Teens and Guests:
Writer, mother, grandmother, Lucy Jeanne, explains the importance of motivating your children to work and teaching them leadership skills.
Child development specialist and psychotherapist, Joan A. Friedman, gives her tips on parenting twins.
A brave teen intern comes out to his parents on Radical Parenting.
The detrimental effect of a parent’s anger and how to control it.
When a 16 year-old becomes an aunt to her 18 year-old sister’s baby, she is in shock. Why are teen pregnancy rates not going down?
From modern classics to old standards, five of the best teen flicks.
The recent tragic death of a popular DJ is overshadowed by teen concert goers’ drug and alcohol usage.
Jackets, scarves and boots– it must be fall! Here are the hot items teens are talking about as we move out of summer heat and into fall breezes.
A teen reflects on the six things she remembers most as a tween.
Competition is all around us: when we try to get the better parking spot, better job and especially, better test score. But does competition really benefit us in school?
We see them in email chains, Facebook apps and Myspace message boards. Why teens are addicted to the ever-present online quiz.
Looking back at that golden time period, not a child and not quite a teen.
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