The TiLT Parenting Blog features short essays and in-depth conversations with parenting experts, coaches, educators, therapists, and moms and dads in the thick of it, all aimed at inspiring, informing, and supporting parents raising differently-wired kids. Most conversations are abridged and cleaned-up transcriptions of interviews featured on the TiLT Parenting Podcast (because we know some people would much rather read than listen). In the future, we plan to include first-person stories from parents like you in the trenches raising your own extraordinary children.


Helping Our Kids Thrive Has Never Mattered More

Helping Our Kids Thrive Has Never Mattered More

It’s been a year, hasn’t it? I can’t remember a time in recent history where the level of unrest and difficult news coming from so many parts of the planet on an almost daily basis rivals the current state of the world. It can make us feel like... read more
A Thought On Our Kids and Their Energy

A Thought On Our Kids and Their Energy

A quick note. While we have a very international community here at TiLT, the majority of our families are based in the US, where many people are experiencing an emotional upheaval as a result of November’s divisive election. I wanted to take a moment to... read more
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... read more
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... read more
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... read more

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