Dr. Travis Bradberry: How Seagull Managers Make Everyone Miserable

Unfortunately, we’ve all been there. The boss finds his staff stumped by a problem and decides it’s time to step in. But, instead of taking the time t… Read more: Business, Self-Help, Self-Improvement, Self-Awareness, Parenting, Parenting Advice, Leadership, Work, Life Coaching, Emotional Wellness, Relationships, Relationship Advice, Success, Jobs, Emotional Intelligence, Happiness, Business News http://familylifeworks.org/blog http://familylifeworks.org/blog

Dr. Travis Bradberry: Why The 8-Hour Workday Doesn’t Work

The 8-hour workday is an outdated and ineffective approach to work. If you want to be as productive as possible, you need to let go of this relic and find a new approach. Read more: Business, Self-Help, Self-Improvement, Self-Awareness, Parenting, Parenting Advice, Leadership, Work, Life Coaching, Emotional Wellness, Relationships, Relationship Advice, Success, Jobs, Emotional Intelligence, ...

Elaine Ambrose: How My Grandkids Took Care Of Me

I absorb information like a cardboard crate of paper towels. News articles and images seep into my consciousness and collect into arbitrary categories of thoughts to consider, images to delete, and items that yell at me to ‘Do something!’ Read more: Grandkids, Oregon Coast, Police, Bastille Day, Money Saving Tips, Travel, Parenting, How My Grandkids ...

Craig Tomashoff: Donald Trump Would Make America’s Worst Dad

At the end of the day, our president becomes kind of like our surrogate daddy (or mommy). This is the person we want our kids to aspire to be, the ultimate American role model who represents us all over the world. So, before you settle on your candidate of choice, please take a minute to ...

Thomas Kuegler: A Letter For You, Dad

Hey Dad, we just got off the phone a little while ago. You called me on your way home from work and we talked for about thirty minutes. We’re 3,000 … Read more: Parenting, Fatherhood, Childhood, Parents News http://familylifeworks.org/blog http://familylifeworks.org/blog

A Parent’s Touch Actually Transforms A Baby’s Brain

A child wants to be held and touched from the very first day of life. And a parent’s affectionate touch goes a long way, from boosting a newborn’s… Read more: Parenting, Parents, Children, Touch, Social Brain, Physical Affection, Healthy Development, The Importance of Touch, Science News http://familylifeworks.org/blog http://familylifeworks.org/blog

Yalda T. Uhls: The Nerve to Believe in Our Kids

Last night my teenage daughter and I watched a thriller called Nerve, a new movie starring Emma Roberts and Dave Franco. Nerve portrays a world where … Read more: Parenting, Research, Optimism, Nerve, Parents News http://familylifeworks.org/blog http://familylifeworks.org/blog

Quora: I’ve Never Been More Thankful for My Hands-Off Parents

How did being raised by clueless parents affect your development? originally appeared on Quora – the knowledge sharing network where compelling questi… Read more: Parents, Parenting, Parenting Advice, Raising Kids, Helicopter Parents, Parents News http://familylifeworks.org/blog http://familylifeworks.org/blog

Anjali Shah: Why I Bought Boys’ Underwear For My Daughter

I was shocked that clothing manufacturers somehow decided that only boys would enjoy having their favorite Star Wars characters on their underwear. That only boys would be interested in sci-fi and space. Read more: Parenting, Parents, Parents-Moms, Moms, Gender Marketing, Gender Equality, Raising Girls, Parents News http://familylifeworks.org/blog http://familylifeworks.org/blog

Michelle Dempsey: A Survival Guide For Work-From-Home Parents

People are always asking me how I manage to consistently work as much as I do with a toddler in the house. It makes me feel great that I have somehow made this near-impossible feat look easy, but I can assure you that it’s anything but. Read more: Work From Home, Stay at Home Mothers, ...