Teaching teens dating
I really like this video for bringing our attention to something that we see all the time, but don't pay close attention to.
I also appreciate that the researchers are pointing out that just because we see something many times, that does not mean that we understand or can replicate it.
I worked on the road a lot as a financial advisor, but on this day I was in the office on my computer.Give him room to toil and let him know it’s okay to fail. Don’t sculpt it for him or be quick to shoot it down. I believe this is something our culture has lost when it comes to bringing boys into manhood. There are still cultures that do it, but they are declining. We were meant to be connected to one another through love and belonging. Our sons need to know they are worthy of belonging otherwise they will never feel good enough.
They will always feel as though all others are a step ahead.It's totally normal to look at the world through rose-colored glasses in the early stages of a relationship.But for some people, those rose-colored glasses turn into blinders that keep them from seeing that a relationship isn't as healthy as it should be.In this interview, Meena Srinivasan, an expert on mindfulness-based social-emotional learning, gives suggestions for the best books to introduce children and adolescents to mindfulness concepts and practices."So many anger management strategies fail because all the attention is on making you change what you do…