Indigo Children- Born to Lead, Hard to Manage, Do you have one at your house?
Indigo children are children that are not content to color in the lines or glue macaroni on paper. They are very bright but also very active […]
Aunties and Uncles, Teachers and Coaches, Youth Leaders and extended families are so important to raising resilient, confident kids into adults.
Parents spend an average of seventeen hours a week in the company of their kids, but less than two hours a week devoted to interacting with them. Interacting means face to face or shoulder to shoulder time talking, playing or helping with homework. It does not mean texting or phone calls, which is connecting but not building real relationships.