By Catherine L'Ecuyer, published in El País on February 14, 2017 Children are not showpieces, pre-designed to satisfy the sweet dreams of an idyllic parenthood When we discuss different parenting styles, we tend to polarize the issue, falling back on various stereotypes, like the cruel “tiger mom,” the “indulgent” or obsessive “helicopter” parent, or the … Continue reading An Ode to Imperfect Parenting
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Concerned by the harmful effects of its products on children and youth, they see business opportunities in a partnership between Apple and parents.
Mothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, friends, experts, companies… In the world of parenting, everyone has an opinion to share with a self-assurance that is frightening.
By Catherine L'Ecuyer The Work and Life Balance debate reminds me of the Galileo case. The parallel does not come from the controversy that the issue has raised, but rather from the very approach to the issue. Does the sun revolve around the Earth, or is it the other way around? Do life and … Continue reading The Triple-Win of Work & Life Balance