rickfamilyI read a great article recently in the New York Times.  It revealed that studies ranging from Emory University to Silicon Valley indicate that children learn resilience when they discover how their family and previous generations have dealt with adversity.  Introducing stories from your past, trials and errors, success and failures – anything that reveals to your children that mistakes are a part of life – will enable them to become stronger, more resilient members of society.

Reading this article is a great starting point to come up with ways to weave your own family narrative into dinner table discussions this holiday season (which is right around the corner)! Ask your children and grandchildren questions, share your stories with them, and be prepared for new holiday memories to be made.

Please click here to read the full article: The Stories That Bind Us.



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