I often hear parents complain or express concern about their children being just “fine”. For example, a mom might say to me, “When she comes home from school and I ask how she is doing, the only response I get is, ‘I’m fine’.” As parents we are all naturally curious about our children. So if [...]
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This February I had the privilege of attending the Coaches Training Institute Co-Active Summit as both an audience member and presenter about Parentology. The energy level of the Summit was unforgettable. Being in the presence of 400 coaches and change makers was both energizing and transformative—a reminder of the amazing potential we have as humans [...]
A friend of mine recently asked me if I think people can become better parents by reading parenting books and blogs. My mind immediately jumped to an African saying told to me long ago—“Information is only a rumor unless it is in your body”. While there are certainly a number of amazing parenting books and [...]
The following is a reflection from Sheena Yusuf – a member of the Parentology community. We’d like to thank Sheena for sharing her experience with Parentology blog readers across the globe. I am staring at a blank screen in front of me wondering where to start. It has been 5 days since I attended Gonan’s [...]