It’s Throw Back . . . Um . . . Monday. Whatever. What that means is that I’m going to be running some articles on the blog that I’ve written for other publications.
So here is an oldie (in internet terms, anyway)–Parenting for successful failure.
What the what?
New York Times Parenting blogger Jessica Lahey points to research that most of our kids’ inability to deal with failure, and therefore succeed, stems from our generation’s unwillingness to step away from our kids.
Helicopter parent. Raising my hand right here. Guilty. I did once practically bribe other kids to come to my daughter’s birthday party.
How do we give children the skills they need to fail successfully, (Yes, that’s a thing.)
I loved working on this piece for A Fine Parent, and I hope it’s helpful to you today.
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