So why on earth are school decisions so darn anxiety provoking? From preschool to college and in between, I keep running into people (including me) who are agonizing over finding just the right fit for their offspring. It is rational to tell ourselves that of course he/she can try it for a bit and if […]
Below are some posts I have written for families.
Has anyone noticed the overwhelming glut of “hot off the press” information about parenting being lobbed our way? These unsettling messages often contain the latest new study that proves we got it all wrong but there is some hope that we can get it right if we hurry up and read all about it. Why […]
Time. It’s what many of us parents need more of these days. The hours in a day compress into a persistent ticking on an internal timepiece as we try to pack it all in. Like you, I treasure time with my family but this doesn’t stop me from measuring that time. When things start to […]
When I work with interfaith families we often talk about what we can do so everyone feels connected and understood. Read more in an interview I did with Janice D’Arcy of On Parenting, a Washington Post blog.