Nearly all parents fervently hope their students will succeed in school, from first grade to the first year of college. Additionally, most parents correctly believe that their involvement in their children's education can pay dividends. But if parental support is a powerful positive, and it certainly is, is there ever such a thing as too much? In a word, yes.Read Full Story
It was my first job interview. Even though it was just a grocery store and I would just be stocking shelves and I was only 16, I was terrified. What if I wasn't good enough? What if I had to tell all my friends I didn't get the job?Read Full Story
Well, they've done it again. A while back, I wrote about a television ad campaign from insurance company MassMutual that showed a blonde-haired boy who doesn't have Down syndrome like my 4-year-old, Charlie, but could be Charlie in every other way depicted: from his trouble with maneuvering stairs to his wholehearted aversion to hair-washing and teeth-brushing.Read Full Story
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