Susan Groner

Letting your Children Set Their Own Course and Career Aspirations

      I’ll never forget the day my daughter, then a sixth grader,  came home from school with such excitement from learning about genetics in her science class. A friend recommended she read The Seven Daughters of Eve (not a children’s book) which she devoured, solidifying her desire to become a geneticist.  Over the next …

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How to Handle Holiday Stress and Enjoy the Season With Your Kids

  The winter season is always filled with fun, with cheer, and often with a side of holiday stress.The 10-hour car trip with toddlers, the shuffling from one house to the other, the staying with your in-laws, the cooking for 30 people! Any tradition that doesn’t, as Marie Kondo would say, “spark joy” can easily …

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I Survived Raising a Tween Girl and You Can Too

  People often groan out the phrase “tween girls” the same scary way they utter “the terrible twos,” as if it’s an age and a stage parents should be prepared to dread.  To me, the most important phrase in that first sentence is “be prepared.”  Tween girls and strong-willed two-year-olds both have an important job …

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5 Tips for Parenting with Sanity and Joy

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5 TIPS FOR PARENTING
WITH SANITY AND JOY

This free guide, delivered straight to your inbox, will help you find sanity and joy while parenting during,
and after, the pandemic.