Parents want their kids to be successful, but much of the advice we give them can be counterproductive (http://bit.ly/2uVGjOS) says Emma Seppala, Science Director of Stanford University’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education. Seppala discovered some useful suggestions in researching her book, The Happiness Track:
What do you typically say to kids in your life to help them be happy, successful, and resilient? Has it had the desired effect? To join the conversation, click "comments" above.
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