Overcoming the Inner Critic

| from Lauren Roman | For those of us who have an obnoxiously active inner critic, the struggle to overcome that destructive voice can be a daily battle. It actually


| from Kathy Koch | Many years ago, my assistant, Linda, and I arrived in Galveston, TX, because I spoke at the Texas State Middle School Association Convention. To get

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

Prepare Children For The School Year: Emphasize Their Smarts And Positive Character Qualities

Are your children looking forward to the new school year beginning? Maybe some are and others aren’t. We can encourage them in several ways in the remaining days or weeks

Helping Children Relate To Olympians The “Smarts” Way

If you’ve watched any of the Olympics, you’ve seen some of the best examples of being smart with body smart that exist. Have you also noticed the athletes’ use of

Establish Trust So Children Can Ask For Help

[callout]Every Monday, I’ll post about discovering genuine hope and authentic answers for living a healthy life.[/callout] Last Wednesday, I wrote that training our children to ask for specific help can increase