Our children’s sadness and frustration—indeed their loss—has been hard for us to witness. Here are some things that we parents can do.
In that spirit, I offer this video, an interview with Assemblymember Rebecca Bauer-Kahan about parenting during this global pandemic. You’ll see in the Facebook comments that I’m already revising my advice as we learn more and figure this thing out. Once we know better, we can do better.
Are you following along with our daily routine make-over? (In other words: Are you trying to keep everything from going to hell in a handbasket?)
Most of us are feeling like our routines have all been upended by the school closures and by working at home. But this could be an amazing opportunity to establish new happiness habits, and to extinguish the habits we have that detract from our wellbeing. This is an on-going series about how to do that (in less than 5 minutes a day).
As our kids figure out how to learn online, we can retool in our families, too. Here are three practical ways families can cope—and even thrive—despite school closures, event cancellations, and a whole lot more time at home with the kids.
Parents everywhere are struggling to get their teenagers and college students to “shelter-in-place.” Teens are not made for isolation, which makes COVID-19 especially hard on them—and it makes them difficult to control.
Free eBook: How to Help Teens Deal with Stress
Science-based strategies to help you:
- Influence your teen, tweener, or college student
- Coach them through difficulty
- Help them learn to manage stress better on their own
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