So much of who we are has to do with how we think about our own parents and our own childhood.
I didn’t have my therapist hat on when my son went through his grief—I was just his mom, muddling through it alongside him. By Lori Gottlieb
Because the new story is a bit of a sequel, I leaned towards using the same boy character again. But I remember thinking, “Why do I have to choose?” By Denise Barry
Be bold. The book you suggest could save a kid’s life. By Melissa Hart
Every day she’d come home and say, “today my friends called me peanut, and it makes me sad.” By Lori Orlinksy
Actions speak louder than words. Take your kids to the library once a week or make regular outings to your local bookstore. By Regan McMahon
Stephanie Land’s daughter learned to walk in a homeless shelter. In her debut memoir, she tells the story of how they survived.
YouTube, Apple Music, Netflix. Kids seldom watch, listen to, or read anything these days they didn’t select themselves—or that wasn’t suggested by an anxioius-to-please algorithm. By Mary Janevic
Make sure your children have time together without you. Encourage their collective independence. By KJ Dell’Antonia
It’s old-school knowledge seasoned with new-school methods validated by hands-on experience.