This clip from the Say Something Show features Kathleen Fischer’s wisdom on kids and their unique gifts. Kathleen Fischer, RN author, life-coach, educator, and mother of three, has specialized in adolescents for over thirty years. She has worked in public health, taught in high school as well as at the university level, and encourages parents through her popular seminars. This short conversation with Kay Wyma and her co-hosts is part of a longer video you can find here.
Kay Wills Wyma is a mother of five children, three of which fall into the tween/teen category. She writes primarily to fellow parents walking the challenging yet rewarding road of parenting adolescents and teens. Her first book, Cleaning House: A Mom’s 12-Month Experiment to Rid Her House of Youth Entitlement, grew out of her blogging through a year of determined effort to teach responsibility and self-reliance to her children. Her latest release is titled I’m Happy for You (Sort of…Not Really): Finding Contentment in a Culture of Comparison. You can find Kay’s blog, where she continues to write, at www.themoatblog.com.