Embrace The Imperfect Student – A “No More Perfect Kids” Reflection

[guestpost]Randy Thomas is blogging for me today. I’m sure he’ll inspire us and give us much to think about. I’m grateful for his friendship and role on staff as the

Why Do Kids Make Mistakes? (Book Excerpt From “No More Perfect Kids”)

I sure hope you’ve had an opportunity to purchase, read, and learn from my new book, No More Perfect Kids, that I was privileged to write with the brilliant Jill

Changing Expectations Can Be Healthy

When circumstances change, expectations sometimes should, too. Children would benefit from realizing this and learning how to do it. Otherwise, they can be discouraged for no good reason. Jill Savage

What Are You Saying? The Importance Of Translation And Clarity

When speaking to moms at the Hearts at Home conference in Budapest, Hungary, last Saturday, Erika translated my English into Hungarian. If she wouldn’t have, the Hungarian moms would have

The Great Gift of Unconditional Love

[guestpost]Randy Thomas is blogging for me today. I’m sure he’ll inspire us and give us much to think about. I’m grateful for his friendship and role on staff as the

Embrace The Imperfect Student – A “No More Perfect Kids” Reflection

[guestpost]Randy Thomas is blogging for me today. I’m sure he’ll inspire us and give us much to think about. I’m grateful for his friendship and role on staff as the