The Perils of Pushing Kids Too Hard, and 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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