• Although biting in toddlers is not unusual, it is a big deal for families. Many toddlers go through a biting stage. During this time, they may bite their parents, or bite other children.My ... View Post

    Biting in Toddlers, Meeting Your Child’s Sensory Needs
  • Sitting at a recent chess tournament,  I couldn't help noticing the way the players all accepted each other as members of the same “Chess” tribe. Seeing them talk chess, play together between rounds, ... View Post

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  • My son used to hate reading. Which was understandable since he has dyslexia and reading is incredibly difficult for him. For years, he only read when he was forced to. And his reading never seemed to ... View Post

    The Unexpected Thing Made Our Reluctant Reader Want to Read
  • Something is wrong. Your child that's always loved school suddenly has a stomach-ache every morning and begs not to go. He’s not sick, so what's going on? It's possible that your child is being ... View Post

    Bullied by a Teacher? How Parents Can Help Make Things Right
  • For me, community isn’t a place. It’s belonging. All people need to belong; to be part of a group, a tribe, a squad - a community.Even the noted psychologist Abraham Maslow identified ... View Post

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