Monthly Archives: June 2013

You need more sleep, so does your child.

The New York Times has an easy-to-read post of the dangers of insufficient sleep. It has lots of warnings that will trigger adult panic and cause your teen’s eyes to glaze over. Here are the relevant teen parts. About learning, … Read more

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NSA, Prism, Phone Records and Psychological Records

This bugs me. I’m unhappy that the NSA stores and searches my phone meta-data. I don’t like that the NSA stores and searches my internet interactions. Blogger Dissent, a psychiatrist shares just a hint at what information can be pulled … Read more

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Striking a balance between success and failure

As those of you who have met with me know, I’m fond of the Love and Logic approach to parenting. I just read this quote from this week’s newsletter, “Remember that it’s really good for your kids to have an … Read more

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