Attending a Homeschool Convention for Your Differently-Wired Kiddo

Attending a Homeschool Convention for Your Differently-Wired Kiddo

Ah, homeschool convention season. The chance to peruse the newest curricula, hear your favorite speakers, spend time with like-minded parents, and buy too many books. A weekend at a Great Homeschool Convention always promises to excite and inspire homeschool families...
RLL LIVE | Gifted Teens and Tweens

RLL LIVE | Gifted Teens and Tweens

Join Colleen for a casual conversation about raising and homeschooling gifted teens and tweens. We’ll talk twice-exceptional kids, puberty, and challenging behaviors. Don’t forget that you can leave additional questions in the comments! We might tackle...
Helping Your Child Cope with Anxiety

Helping Your Child Cope with Anxiety

I’m willing to bet that every person reading this has experienced anxiety, depression, or stress at one point or another in their life. And I’m willing to bet that it wasn’t a pleasant experience. For as many as one in eight children, though, anxiety is a daily...
RLL LIVE | Q & A – Parenting Differently-Wired Kiddos

RLL LIVE | Q & A – Parenting Differently-Wired Kiddos

Sometimes we just need a shoulder to cry on, or someone to let us know we’re not alone in the craziness. Other times we crave someone to bounce ideas off of — in this video, Colleen takes questions live and answers, pointing parents to resources that help...
Games to Help Your Kids Learn Mindfulness at Home

Games to Help Your Kids Learn Mindfulness at Home

Teaching kids about mindfulness is an important skill for them to master. It will help them navigate the world and everything it can throw their way. Including mindfulness tasks and activities throughout the week is an essential step. One way to do this is by using...
RLL LIVE | Improving Executive Functions

RLL LIVE | Improving Executive Functions

Gifted kids can be such confusing creatures, right? They’ll talk with you like they’re little adults, but then, suddenly, they’re forgetting to shut the door behind them when they use the bathroom and are completely confused as to why you’re...
When Anxiety Looks Like Anger

When Anxiety Looks Like Anger

“I don’t know!” He was clenching his fists, shaking with rage. His brows were furrowed, his face was red, his whole body sent off one message – he was angry. Yet again. However, he could not tell me WHY.   My son had been struggling with...