The J Word: 6 Ways Parents Can Manage Junior Year Anxiety

Her eyes widen, mouth gapes open and eyebrows rise. With a look of pity and dread my friend utters dramatically, “Brace yourself!” Based on her expression, you’d think I’d told her I was going to [...]


Teen Talk: 5 Communication Tips for Parents

Because the cobbler’s child may not have shoes, it should be of no surprise that my children are not always the beneficiaries of my psychological knowledge and skills. My husband’s recent [...]