‘All Joy and No Fun,’ by Jennifer Senior – NYTimes.com. This is a New York Times review of a book about modern parenting that’s getting a lot of buzz. I
She did look different as she sat down. I could tell she wasn’t in the mood for the usual pleasantries, so I just waited. With a slightly sardonic smile she said she’d
I realize I’m mostly preaching to the choir here on this blog, and I also know that a lot of this stuff is fairly straightforward – but I’m increasingly worried
Mine isn’t a high-traffic blog, but I’ve gotten some interesting exchanges anyway. I put this post and comments about coaching highly intelligent people on two of my blogs – I felt there was a
It’s the eye-on-the-ball stance that a good case manager takes that makes the difference for the long haul. Sure, parents love their children more than case managers love their clients, but that should enhance, not harm, the chances for success.