Three hours. If you’re looking for the scientific, expert-approved answer, then read no further. Angela Hanscom, a pediatric occupational therapist and founder of the therapeutic outdoor program Timbernook, prescribes three hours per day for children—a figure that is consistent... READ MORE
Parenting is hard. Sometimes, it can be really hard. Suffering in parent/teenager relationships can stem from the disconnect between the experience of the teen and the experience of the adult. Teens have a hard time understanding why their parents are... READ MORE
In her book Rising Strong, researcher Brené Brown observes that a “tolerance for discomfort” is the common denominator between resilient people. Exercises provided below are aimed at improving your mental and physical tolerance for discomfort. First, let’s take a look... READ MORE
At some point, you’ve probably heard your own parents complain about the “kids these days!” There’s even a scientific name for the fear of a younger generation’s moral degradation: juvenoia. While these generational clashes have existed for centuries, risky behavior... READ MORE
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