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.
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.
Even when you're doing your best to keep things simple, family life can be full at best. Often it's downright frazzled and unruly. To help your family make room for kindness, Doing Good Together™ has created a unique Family Meeting Agenda designed to unfrazzle family life.
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.
Together, if we share our big-hearted stories, we can transform the tone of public conversation. Ultimately, we can change the world!
Broadening our focus from our own family's back-to-school experience to that of our community tends to calm my children's nervousness, from preschool to middle school and hopefully beyond.
Nurturing emotional intelligence, often referred to as EQ, is a key step in raising a compassionate child.
Helping others is reward enough. Yet an intentional family practice of kindness and volunteering teaches lessons that will last a lifetime.