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Tomorrow’s Child | January 2021

Tomorrow’s Child | January 2021

This issue of Tomorrow’s Child addresses coping as a human and a parent in the time of the coronavirus. We talk about 10 things that great teachers demonstrate, and explore Dialectical Behavior Therapy and the positive impact it can have on all aspects of life. Additionally, with this issue we launch a new mobile-friendly platform […]

Virtual Relationship Building

Virtual Relationship Building

If it were not for virtual meetings, FaceTime, and the occasional video, I would not be able to interact with my children and grandchildren, who live in other states. It has literally been a year since I’ve been with them in person.

What Do I Do If My Child Doesn’t Like Her Teacher?

What Do I Do If My Child Doesn’t Like Her Teacher?

Especially since many schools have been forced online by Covid, we have received some letters from parents asking this question: What should we do if our child doesn’t like or bond with her teacher (in person or online)? In a normal year, our advice would typically be to first go to the teacher and try to have an honest conversation directly as adults.

Is Learning “Lost” When Kids Are Out of School?

Is Learning “Lost” When Kids Are Out of School?

Anguish and even anger are entirely appropriate reactions to the fact that Covid-19 infection rates are still too high in most areas to permit the safe reopening of schools. Not only do many of our kids miss their friends and the chance to make new ones, but school attendance is a prerequisite for millions of parents to go to work. Also, schools provide healthy meals, which matters in a country with appalling levels of poverty and hunger.