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When do children develop empathy?

One of the questions I hear a lot from parents is about the development of empathy. We strive to raise compassionate human beings, and we want to know what we can expect at different stages. Many of us are quite eager to encourage our children to consider how other people feel. It’s what we remember …

Two CEO Parents Creating One Family System

I’m so excited to announce that I will be a featured expert in Joshua Castillo’s upcoming Masterclass Series! I talked with Joshua over the weekend, and my Masterclass focuses on the power of creating a daily rhythm for your family and one way to reduce conflicts between parents and start truly parenting as a team. …

When Parents Don’t See Eye to Eye

One of the biggest challenges that I work through with parents is what they can do when their partner isn’t on the same page. Each one of us brings our own history into our relationships. We have well established beliefs about how children should behave, how children should be treated, and what it means to …

What Can Writing Do for Your Parenting?

I’m a huge proponent of having a daily writing practice. I believe that engaging in reflective writing helps you begin to recognize your thought processes and beliefs, which is the jumping off point to making meaningful change in our mindsets and the way we show up in the world. Writing is a powerful tool for …

No Boys Allowed: Responding to Exclusionary Language

After winter break, a new kid joined my daughter’s class. Her small school community, which had consisted of five four-year-old girls, was welcoming its first boy. We found out a few days in advance and tried to prepare her. She wasn’t on board at all.   “My school is just girls. No boys allowed.”   …

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