Rosalind and Ashly Burch used these survey results during a presentation at the Game Developers Conference on March 19th. They spoke on the connection between gaming and social hierarchies among middle and high […]
There aren’t many times when I feel like “Never do X” is the right thing to say to your child. But last week I came across one. I posted on […]
My husband and I have relentlessly taught our children to hold doors for people. We’ve told them they need to ask to be excused from the dinner table and they’re […]
In the aftermath of the guilty verdict in Steubenville, Ohio, parents should be taking this opportunity to ask themselves the difficult question of how to talk to their son about rape.
“I can’t even sneeze without my child wanting to die of embarrassment! I can’t even breathe!” As parents of tweens and teens we tend to marvel and laugh about how […]