I am going to assume that you, like me, love your children and are happy to have them home with you safe and hopefully healthy. I love having our family together but I miss my quiet house and my routine. I have always been the “nurturer” in the family – as a Jewish mother, it […]
For over 15 years we have devoted our time, talent and resources to create a community of empathy and education. Thanks to the commitment of educators, the backing of parents, the generosity of supporters and the passion of teens we have been able to share our programming across the country. Now we are facing new […]
Today from a Teenager’s Point of View It seems like it was just yesterday I walked into high school, a freshman in awe of all that was ahead of me. I looked at the seniors and thought they seemed so old, so cool, so comfortable with who they were. I couldn’t wait to be a […]
You’ve heard it all before. During the monotonous long line of safety procedures before taking off to your final destination, the stewardess stands up in front of the aircraft and announces to the passengers, “Please place the oxygen mask over yourself before assisting a child.” We get it. How could you possibly be able to […]
When we think about love and how it connects to our personal well-being, there are strong indicators that suggest it is better to love than to not love.