This article highlights the danger to child development that our screen addicted parenting has. Not only do children see less language development, parents have less empathy towards their children, and are more irritable with them when interrupted when using their phones. The Dangers of Distracted Parenting
When we protect people from experiencing the natural ramifications of their actions, we stunt their learning.
Millions of stay-at-home moms want to get back to work and advance their careers. Millions of working dads want more time at home to raise their kids. But society doesn’t allow it.
In this book Josh Levs looks at what holds fathers back from being fathers. While we have made some great strides in giving women equality at work, we haven’t made the same strides in giving men equality as parents. They have forces at work against them in society and at work that makes it hard […]
This is about a no-rules school. Well a school that has no rules around the play time on the school grounds. Climb trees, build bow and arrows, and live with the consequences of your decisions. I think we take so much risk out of kid’s lives now. We’re hampering their long term development under the […]
If you want to bring forth grit in your child, first ask how much passion and perseverance you have for your own life goals. Then ask yourself how likely it is that your approach to parenting encourages your child to emulate you. If the answer to the first question is “a great deal,” and your […]
Kids whose parents let them make their own choices about what they like are more likely to develop interests later identified as passion. From Grit by Angela Duckworth