American high schools are stuck in their own version of a sophomore slump.
Many 16-year-olds want something different than a party for various reasons.
I know that people cry. And if my son, the person, wants to cry, I’m fine with that.
THIS is why our son doesn’t like playing make-believe with me.
Somehow, I’m doing this parenting thing right.
You don’t have to go along with the crowd to be accepted.
One gingerbread cookie at a time.
When teaching your son to drive, go the extra mile.
— By Amy Thomas Do you realize that in most of the US, feminine hygiene products are taxed as “luxury” items? And in many parts of the world, women are too poor to buy pads and tampons? It gets worse. In some developing countries, due to the cultural stigma surrounding periods, it’s common for girls to miss…
There are 2 things you can do when a person (or your brain) hurls words that are less than helpful.
An Interview with Michael Reichert, author of “How To Raise a Boy”
Take the time to enjoy the simplicity of the ‘tried and true’ in this modern age.
Reichert identifies some of the messages boys receive including the heavily prescriptive “Man Box”
How can parents meet the challenge and be more present with their children?
— In his upcoming book How To Raise a Boy, author Dr. Michael Reichert discusses the ways boys are socialized—at home, in schools, and in their communities. In it, he asks (and later answers) these questions: What can be done to ameliorate the losses of boyhood? How can we protect the boys in our care…
The breadth and depth of things ‘little humans’ have to learn will astound you.