"The success of reaching out to our teenagers doesn’t hinge on receiving a warm or wordy response.
"I think it's important to just say to kids, "Look, there's difference in the world. The norm of our existence as human beings is difference. We're not all the same, and it's OK." ... Then it makes them just kind of shrug when things that don't fit their own narrow existence sort of appear to them."
Angela Duckworth, a MacArthur "genius" talks about parenting with grit.Read More
"When the guys are struggling with an assignment,they'll come in and they'll say, "Professor, there's something wrong with my code." The girls will come in and say, "Professor, there's something wrong with me."Read More