166: Is Self Control a Myth or a Must-Have?

26 Jun

So often parents wish their students had more self-control. However, it turns out that “effortful restraint” (which is one word researchers use for “self control” is hard for the best of us, students and adults alike During today’s episode, Gretchen … Read More »

165: How to Help Students Budget Their Money Before College

19 Jun

Budgeting is a skill that many adults don’t have! However, it’s a super important skill to teach your students before they go off to college. On today’s episode, Megan and Gretchen discuss some tips for how to get started helping … Read More »

163: Why Perfectionism in Teens Is Not Always Healthy

5 Jun

Although perfectionism can seem like a good thing, students with perfectionist tendencies can struggle with exhaustion, poor self-esteem, and unhealthy habits related to school/life balance. Guest expert Ann Marie Dobosz sheds insight into how perfectionist students can transform their perfectionism … Read More »