Few things are as gut-wrenching for parents as watching their capable children fail to achieve their potential.
How often are you on the phone, engrossed in conversation, when a tug at your arm or a voice of desperation pleads for your attention?
If given the choice to have lunch with any man on the planet, whom would you choose? George Clooney? Kenny Chesney? Maybe Eddie George? For me, the choice would be between guys like Ross Green, Robert Brooks and Michael Thompson. Who are they you ask? Authors of some of my favorite books on the emotional… Read more »
Help for the Over-Anxious Child
How to talk to children about what even we don’t understand
We influence our children’s decisions on everything from the food they eat to the movies they see – but now more than ever, it’s their spirits we need to nurture.
When their daughter Makena was born four years ago, first-time parents Karlee and Dave McCarroll did all the right things to encourage her language development.
Some children may glide through their preteen and teen years effortlessly. However, for most the transition from childhood to adulthood is like crossing a mountain range — filled with high peaks and low valleys. Regardless of the age of your child, how you relate to her now will affect the way she copes with the… Read more »