Monthly Archives: September 2015

It Takes a Village

Tribal societies, whose parenting and child-rearing practices have remained essentially the same for… well… ever, offer some interesting insights into the best practices for raising children to be well-adjusted, productive, happy adults. These methods have been rebranded for modern Western … Continue reading

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Free-Range Kids

For Back-to-School season, we’re taking a look at different parenting styles and philosophies. Last time we examined Helicopter Parenting. This time, we’re taking on the Free-Range Kids. Remember the good old days, when children played outside – unsupervised – and that was … Continue reading

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