In an effort to show how child-led learning happens in our home, I document what we do every second Tuesday for those that want to follow along. 1,984 more words
Tags » Respectful Parenting
Three little kids. Three very different personalities. Three people trying to navigate the learning curve of emotions. Make no mistake, it can get messy.
I was having a conversation with some women the other day who were feeling a bit down about how perfectly glossy the online world can look. 665 more words
The single most important thing about any person is their humanity.
No matter what other characteristics define them – their race, gender, age, neurotype, health, sexual preference, career, level of education, immigration status, religion, whatever – every single person is human, and by virtue of being human they are entitled to respect and dignity. 1,274 more words
First of all, let’s have a look at what resilience is.
It is defined as ‘the ability to recover quickly from difficulty.’
Brené Brown (don’t you just love her?) talked about the qualities of highly resilient people in her book ‘Rising Strong.’ 1,329 more words