Sexual assault perpetrated against anyone is not okay. Having agency over one’s body is an inalienable right—one that is too often violated. This violation can begin in childhood by well-meaning […]
Today, November 25, was designated the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women by the United Nations General Assembly. I wanted to know how prevalent this issue is, […]
The management style of the industrial age no longer suits the informational age. The bureaucratic, top down, authoritarian style is not effective with today’s workers. People are no longer motivated by rewards or fear of punishment as much as by being connected to the bigger purpose, having need-satisfying work, and exercising their independence and creativity.
In my last post, we talked about punishing. Now, instead of punishing, let’s look at what it might be like to teach self-discipline instead. Let’s say your child has a […]
Do you know the difference between discipline and punishment with their Latin roots? Punishment implies “inflicting pain,” while discipline means “to teach.” Parents who use punishment are missing important opportunities […]
There are three ways we can approach our children. We can do things to them. We can do things for them and we can do things with them. Can you […]