Why Love and Intention is the Only Guidepost We Need

Why Love and Intention is the Only Guidepost We Need

This picture was taken exactly 5 years ago, while Asher, Derin and I were staying with friends in Vancouver for the weekend so our realtor could hold an open house for our Seattle home, fresh on the market. Less than 4 weeks later, we would arrive jet-lagged and...

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How to Support Kids With Dyslexia in Tapping Into Its Gifts

How to Support Kids With Dyslexia in Tapping Into Its Gifts

Following is a conversation I had with former teacher, reading specialist, teacher and parent educator, and coach, Heidi Nord about dyslexia. Heidi is incredibly knowledgeable about dyslexia, and she’s spent many years coaching not only children with dyslexia, but...

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A Conversation with 11-Year-Old Asher About Frustration

A Conversation with 11-Year-Old Asher About Frustration

Following is a conversation I had with my 11-year-old son (ADHD, Asperger’s, giftedness) about Frustration. Being easily frustrated is an issue many differently-wired kids deal with on a regular basis, and it can lead to challenging situations in the classroom and at...

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What Mindfulness Can Do for Kids and How to Get Started

What Mindfulness Can Do for Kids and How to Get Started

Following is a conversation I had with Kate Berger, a child and adolescent psychologist, Mindfulness instructor, and owner of the Netherlands-based therapy practice, Expat Kids' Club, for a conversation about the benefits of mindfulness in kids and ideas for how to...

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A Conversation with 11-Year-Old Asher About Distraction

A Conversation with 11-Year-Old Asher About Distraction

Following is a conversation I had with my 11-year-old son (ADHD, Asperger's, giftedness) about Distraction, something that has been a significant challenge for us as a family, and more recently, has become increasingly frustrating for Asher himself. In our short...

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