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Understanding the nuances of your strengths and weaknesses

It turns out, that I'm pretty good at math. I discovered that pretty early on; it was the only time I would turn in a test or a quiz quicker than all the other kids. Typically, the only points...

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Guiding Kids Through Hard Things

No one escapes troubles in life—no one. Some, however, experience more than their fair share. Some people, too, respond in ways that leave residual harm on their lives and prevent them...

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Letting Kids Live Their Own Lives

THE PATH OF SURRENDER

As my kids get older, I'm realizing in a new way how little control I have over them. It's the same lesson I remember trying to learn when they were...

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Time to Toughen Up

There’s nothing worse than wanting something and finding out you can’t get it yet. It’s so, so tempting to just give up. Maybe you tried out for a team but got the news that you...

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How does boredom affect teen substance use?

 

In the top five most annoying things kids say to their parents has to be this: “I’m bored.” When I was a kid, if I happened to utter this in front of my grandma, she would snap...

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Foundations for Flourishing: A Growth Mindset

Life is hard for everyone. There’s no escaping setbacks, failure, or disappointment. Some people get dealt a more difficult hand, but everyone has bad things happen to them. 

How much...

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Guiding Students to Hope - Classical Academies Podcast

With the cancellation of graduations, promotions, vacations, and long-anticipated social events, many of our children feel as if they are "missing out". YouSchool President, Chief Guide,...

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For years we’ve been studying what a young person needs in order to transition into a healthy, thriving adulthood.  

They're uncommon sense ideas, really.

Download this checklist and use it with your students (or kids).

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