Reader View · 9 min read · Jun 22nd · No topic provokes more unsolicited advice than parenting. The problem is, no matter how good the advice, it might not work for your child or your particular situation. Here are 5 principle-based… · Shared by 461, including Scott Monty, Jason Lauritsen
And therein lies the problem with the majority of the parenting advice available. It’s all tactics, no principles.
Reader View · 9 min read · From 2018 · When it comes to children’s development, parents should worry less about kids’ screen time—and more about their own. · Shared by 236, including Sébastien Bonset, Dominik Grolimund, 𝐦𝐫𝐯𝐧 , Mark Kaigwa, Massimiliano Aroffo, AfroMum, Thomas Power, Brian D. Earp, Ph.D., Rachel Miller | #InfluencerMarketing, Nir Eyal, Annik Burgdorfer-Grolimund
Reader View · 2 min read · Sep 24th · Creating healthy and nurturing routines is critical to developing confidence, resilience and independence in kids, says brain development and parenting expert Dana Suskind. · Shared by 227
Reader View · 8 min read · May 7th · Almost none of the choices you make are as fraught as you think they are. · Shared by 198, including Paul Graham, Nico Müller 🇺🇦, Matthew Herper, Jeff Atwood, David Papandrew
Reader View · 5 min read · May 25th · To the occasional chagrin of Boomer grandparents, millennial moms and dads are letting their kids be emotional — even if that means letting tantrums happen · Shared by 165
Reader View · 9 min read · Jun 22nd · In his letters, Seneca writes about the habit of finding one thing each day that makes you smarter, wiser, better. One nugget. One quote. One little prescription. One little piece of advice. And… · Shared by 162
In 2014, Researchers from Ohio State University found that most fights between couples are because someone is hungry. Same goes with parents and kids and between kids, I imagine.