If you wish to reunite with an estranged son or daughter, it is imperative to reflect on why the separation happened in the first place.
Lack of respect hurts everyone. It is harmful to the society we live in, the schools, the children, the adults. It destroys the joy in living for not only those with no respect, but the disrespected and gives children...
The digital age has not been conducive to cultivating heartfelt expressions of gratitude in the written word. Texting and social media have fostered impersonal and insensitive ways of saying thanks.
Are our siblings necessarily our friends? Accidentally, some are, while others are not. Let's contemplate a few confessions....
A list of common questions children ask about people with disabilities and ways to answer those questions including advice and tips for how to talk about disabilities with kids.
What is the Bystander Effect? In our culture people are too quick to only care for themselves. When you see an elderly person in need, do you help? Would your kids?
Really? Once again, apologies to my regular readers for not having written and/or posted anything recently. As some of you might know, I have been working on several books for the last year. Needless to say, I have...
How a special person taught children to respect people with special needs. Josie's gift to us was the lesson of acceptance and love.
The three most important words in the English language are "thank you" and "please." Ironically, these three words are used less and less, and as generations go by they may just disappear altogether.
It seems like a morbid thought, but I gave given thought to my funeral. Having attended the funerals for my father and others, and the wake that followed, I know how people can talk about the things.