The Perils of Pushing Kids Too Hard & How Parents Can Learn to Back-Off


By Allison Aubrey, WNCW


…A group of parents is trying to shift the culture to balance the focus on achievement with an emphasis on well-being. Part of the equation is freeing up kids to find their own motivation and life path…more

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