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Accelerate Your Teenager

It was graduation night.  The class of 2021 had received their high school diplomas, including Stacy.  Stacy’s parents beamed with pride as they watched their daughter complete her years of high school.  They knew that she was ready to be finished with high school, but they couldn’t help but wonder, “Did we do enough?” Our […]


“Artificial Maturity”?

Another session at D6 2012 Conference was Emerging Technology and the Family.  This session’s speaker was Tim Elmore, founder of Growing Leaders.  He spoke about the “artificial maturity” of students today and importance of balancing our leadership. I was quite intrigued by his discussion of “artificial maturity”, and I’d like to discuss some thoughts I […]