Building a Better Student: The Happiness Mirror

On our morning radio show we received an interesting note from a listener named David, a 41-year-old divorced father of two. A few months ago he began dating a woman, and he says they’ve hit it off pretty well. The problem: his 10-year-old son and 14-year-old daughter don’t like her. Our discussion about this issue […]

Love and Logic Strategy of Catch Phrases Can Be Controversial

My weekly article on GNMParents (now ForeverParenting.com) went up yesterday, and I wasn’t expecting Stu to have a response. But he did. Which is great because he pushed me to really think about what I am doing and why. From the article: Tonight though, I think I hit on what will work for both me […]

What Not to Say to Your Child

(Editor’s note: Today’s guest post is from Kitty Holman, and she’s giving us all some ideals to live up to. I have to admit, I say one of these things; but it’s not quite in the way mentioned here. Thanks Kitty!) Growing up I always vowed never to act like my parents. I promised myself […]