My experiences taught me not only how powerful mentoring is but how wrong we generally tend to view mentoring in our personal and professional lives.
It’s summer. Yesterday my kids (who are 12 and 9) slept until 9:30 am. They got up and watched “Home Alone” for the first time (we’d procured it for a road trip last weekend and they hadn’t gotten around to viewing). Then they went outside and rode scooters and chased the neighbor kids around in […]
We may have finally discovered the cure for parental anxiety over teenage driving. No, it’s not Xanax, Prozac, or any other kind of human tranquilizer. It’s video games. A recent study from scientists at the University of Rochester, published in Current Biology, reveals that video gamers have better reaction times than non-gamers, making them better […]