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The Missing Piece In Many Relationships

A few weeks ago, I did an interview for Today’s Parents with a parenting expert—Leslie Petruk from The Stone Center for Counseling and Leadership—on how to teach children to cope with frustration. To listen to the interview, go HERE. In the thirty-minute interview, I asked Leslie a number of things …

Life Is About Finding Yourself

Why I Disagree With Tony Robbins

In the past few weeks, a digital poster of one specific quote has shown up a number of times in my Facebook feed. I’ve seen it numerous times before but it didn’t move me. In fact, I actually disagree with it. It did not sit right with me to share …

Remembering Your Spirit

I became an aunt again yesterday. Sitting in the quiet hospital room in the seventh floor of Frances Perry House, I watched little baby Rohan sleep in his bassinet. He was a tiny little man, wrapped cozily in two layers of blanket, his face scrunched up as he slept, oblivious …

Every Parent’s Worst Nightmare

There has been a lot of controversy surrounding Amy Chua’s article in The Wall Street Journal on Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior this week. My post yesterday on the same topic has also generated a lot of interest and response. InCulture Parent has requested a stand-alonepiece from me about my …

The Meaning of Your Rainbow

I was talking with a friend a few days ago, who is pregnant with her first child. We were talking about parenting …