SPRING Ahhh Spring! We all seem to heave a sigh of relief when winter comes to an end and spring heralds the return of more sunshine, warmer weather, and landscapes full of flowers. The cycle of the seasons tunes us into the Earth’s rhythms. Those rhythms could cause us to do some “spring housecleaning” or […]
How To Make Your Kid into a Perfectionist, by Christine Carter, Ph.D., from greatergood.berkeley.edu
Eat, Play, Love — Why A Child’s First 1,000 Days Make All The Difference, by Sarah Ferguson, UNICEF USA, from forbes.com
I am a master of anxiety, or, at least of my own anxiety. I have worked with it for much of my life. It is one of my more developed muscles. We’re talking Mr. Universe here. When I was young, whenever attention was on me I would get pretty red and extremely uncomfortable. Crawl-out-of-my-skin uncomfortable. […]
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