Consider for a moment that all of our global challenges and social problems could be remedied in a single generation. As simplistic as that sounds, developmental theory supports it:...
May 26, 2011 by Tiffany Nelson Under children, choices, responsibility, tiffany nelson Posted in MINDFUL LIVING | No Comments »
Change can be tough for kids. Most of them thrive on familiarity. But in life, change, whether situational or change of perspective, is inevitable. Luckily there are many books out...
January 9, 2011 by Erika Anderson Under books, change, children Posted in MINDFUL LIVING | No Comments »
I had my children later in life after years of looking for love and happiness in all the wrong places. Back then, the doors of the world were all open to me. I was unencumbered and...
September 6, 2010 by Kathleen Westergaard Under children, teachers, westergaard Posted in PONDERING | No Comments »
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