Studies prove that the happiest kids feel an appreciation for life—and that’s regardless of their wealth or personal circumstances. They are also more joyful, determined, optimistic, resilient, less stressed and even healthier.
Over and over, researchers are finding that empathy is the cornerstone for becoming a happy, well-adjusted, successful adult. Studies show that possessing empathy also makes children more likable, more employable, better leaders, and more conscience-driven.
From our guest contributor, Nancy Justis “Civility” comes from the Latin word “civilitas”, which means city. A city has to be a place of civil behavior. Similar to how laws set the guidelines for society, rules are critical to every sport. A game
Winning is important for motivation and stick-to-itness, but learning fundamentals and life lessons is so much more important.
“Find a project that matches your child’s interests, abilities, and passions to realize he is a difference maker.”
Wins and losses should not be the most important thing to focus on in youth sports.
The test for any justifiable white lie is: if the person lied to discovers the lie will it destroy trust.
Fairness affects everything we do.
Here are nine tips to guide you in minimizing jealousy and boosting harmony amongst your kids.
We often get caught up in the “have-to’s” and we forget to celebrate the memories being made along the way.