The Truth About Learning: Every Child Is Smart

There’s a blog being shared on Facebook that you’ve perhaps seen. The headline is “The Learning Myth: Why I’ll Never Tell My Son He’s Smart.” If you’re familiar with multiple

The Wheel Man

He walked the neighborhood observing. He watched the people. He looked around their homes. He tried to notice everything. He took notes on his pad of paper like the guest

Facebook Frustration: Instill Positive Core Values To Guard Against Unnecessary Conflict

Just yesterday I learned of another friend who had to block someone from his Facebook account. They had been “friends” but this person wasn’t cooperating when asked to be more

Opinions & Advice: Role Modeling At Home Impacts Community

Angry. Selfish. Closed. Unsure. Silent. Argumentative. In last Monday’s post, I suggested you create a mission statement for your family’s communication. It’s a way to decide and communicate what you

True Love Can Thaw A Frozen Heart – Part 2

When you discover your children have talent, what do you do? When you determine they can easily use their ability to harm and hurt people, what do you do? Children

When Smarts Frustrate: Logic Smart

[callout]Every Wednesday, I’ll post about multiple intelligences so we can better understand children and why they do what they do.[/callout] When our children or students are frustrated and what we say to