Stress Matters

Stress Matters

Until we adults recalibrate some long-held preconceptions we hold towards children, our youngest brethren will never fully flourish. Take stress matters and the all too prevalent adult-held philosophy of children and stress, as set forth in a recent article by a...
Brothers’ and sisters’ keepers

Brothers’ and sisters’ keepers

Had a chat with someone I met while in Texas for a series of incredibly meaning Philosophy of Childing events. She has two young kids. Her kids right now compete for her attention — that’s how young siblings typically are. If one gets a gift, she the other...
Anyone can — and should — philosophize

Anyone can — and should — philosophize

In Ratatouille, Chef Gusteau claims, “Anyone can cook.” I claim, “Anyone can philosophize.”  And everyone should. No, not the pretentious, impenetrable stuff in academia that all too often is passed off as philosophizing, when little, alas,...