Communicating About Academic Challenges
You know by now, if you’re a reader of this blog, that all of us at Celebrate Kids believe children are smart in eight different ways. So are adults! All
Just Watch and Listen
On the way to the grocery store, a friend’s son asked if they could rent a movie from the Red Box he knew was outside the store. After thinking about
What Does Security Look Like? Here’s An Example from a Family in Flight
Today, I’m flying to Orlando to speak tomorrow and Wednesday to parents who have children enrolled in the International Community School in Winter Park. I’m looking forward to it. I’ll
Let’s Offer Hope To Hurting Teens
Yesterday was an emotionally fatiguing day. It seemed like every time I turned around there was another reason to think about teenagers. There were more details about Monday’s tragic stabbing
Hope: A Confident Expectation
Hope. A confident expectation. Able to trust and believe even when we cannot see. Wanted. Desired. Needed. No hope. Doubt. Questions. Concerns. Fears. Anger. Tears. Depression. Confusion. Embarrassment. Shame. Blame.
Develop A Communication Mission Statement For Your Family
Concerned parents. They’re everywhere. Are you among them? When talking with them, I’ve found myself saying, “Just keep the conversation alive.” When we listen and talk we can be influential.