Giving your family routine a few big-hearted upgrades can make it easier to raise thoughtful, kind kids willing to reach out to that new student sitting alone at lunch or brave enough to stand with the student getting taunted by a bully. Ultimately these kind routines will help children become adults who strive to make a difference in the world.
If we practice approaching family life as a cohesive team, we stand a better chance of making sure everyone reaches their full potential and enjoys a successful year. DGT’s strategies will help you get Team Family off to a good start.
In this age of divisiveness, disturbing headlines, and excessive devices, strong communication skills are more important than ever. Let's make time to practice these skills as a family. Here we offer 7 skills your family can begin practicing right now.
One parent in our Membership Circle encountered many parent's nagging fear -- will my child be the bully -- on the very first day of school, and she has graciously agreed to let DGT share her story.
Life is change, and the key to a fulfilled, meaningful life often lies in our ability to manage change effectively. If we can help our kids learn great transition skills, they’ll have the foundation to meet life with the resilience it demands.
The back-to-school season is a great time to re-orient ourselves to our priorities. Together, let's resolve to make this a big-hearted school year, full of compassion, reflection, and thoughtful acts of kindness.
Kids – and adults too – face difficult situations more boldly if they've thought through their responses ahead of time. To this end we've compiled the list below to get your family started.