Julie Lythcott-Haims, author of How to Raise an Adult and former Dean of Freshmen at Stanford University, gives a TED talk as entertaining as a dramatic monologue about the long-term importance of teaching kids self-efficacy.
Researchers put fitness trackers on squirrels and found that female squirrels do more work and activity than their male counterparts. Is anyone surprised?
This fascinating piece explores the behavioural science behind entitlement — and what parents can do to curb the subtle, negative effects of a privileged upbringing. (Hint: Paying your kids to do chores may not work as well as you think!)