Most of us enter the job of parenthood with no formal training and little preparation. However, we come to the parenting journey with years of personal experiences. These experiences are primarily given to us by our parents, family, and caregivers. Become aware of how your past influences your current parenting skills in “The Art Of Parenting” on HUFFPOST PARENTS.
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If you parent a dyslexic child, you know your child thinks differently. I am delighted to feature the incredible Dyslexic Advantage team in this post about the power of self-acceptance and awareness. Read more on PSYCHOLOGY TODAY in “Raising Dyslexic Kids: Self-Awareness and Acceptance.”
My late grandma embodied love and kindness. I found myself quoting Wayne who said, “When you have the choice of being right or wrong, choose kind.” My grandma not only always chose kind, she chose love. She so embodied this concept, that all who knew her lit up when she was around. Here is “Choosing Kindness: Lessons From My Grandmother” on HUFFPOST PARENTS.
Many gifted individuals suffer from anxiety. Learn the truths behind the myths about this common affliction in my piece (with Lisa Van Gemert, M.Ed.T.) “The Anxiety Myth: 5 Lies We Believe About Anxiety” for the American MENSA Bulletin, February 2016.
“I am inspired daily by the love and kindness of my grandmother and the life and messages of Wayne Dyer. When you have a choice of being right or wrong, choose kind. Lead with kindness and love. Imagine what our world would be like if we all did this.” Read more in my new article on PSYCHOLOGY TODAY “Choosing Kindness.”
The attacks in Paris and elsewhere are still fresh in our minds. At the urging of other parents, I’ve written and posted a new article on PSYCHOLOGY TODAY “How to help our children deal with the terror of terrorism” — I hope it helps you and your family.
As we professionals / educators / therapists / parents navigate the #gifted and #2e worlds for our children and students, we must not forget the twice-exceptional adults. Read Dr. Dan Peters’ interview with Summit Center colleague Dr. Paula Wilkes on “The Twice-Exceptional Adult” in this post for PSYCHOLOGY TODAY.
Our kids are not learning how to handle disappointment and that a primary parenting goal should be helping our kids learn to handle adversity and the inevitable disappointment of life. Welcome to over-parenting. Read more about “When Overparenting Goes Too Far” in Dr. Dan Peters’ post for PSYCHOLOGY TODAY.