Cynthia Tobias and Jean Daly explain how parents can successfully navigate the challenges they face in dealing with the physical, emotional and social changes their children experience during the middle school years. (Part 1 of 2)
For more than 30 years, Cynthia Ulrich Tobias has been teaching people of all ages how to discover and use the strengths of their natural learning style to succeed in virtually any situation. She is an author, speaker, and the founder and CEO of AppLe St. (Applied Learning Styles). Cynthia’s latest books include The Way We Work and A Woman of Strength and Purpose, in addition to her classics You Can’t Make Me!, The Way They Learn, Every Child Can Succeed and Bringing Out the Best in Your Child. She has two grown sons. Learn more about Cynthia by visiting her website, www.cynthiatobias.com.
Jean Daly is a wife, mother, and an advocate for children in foster care. She is a volunteer for Maple Star Colorado, an independent, non-profit organization providing foster care, clinical, and community support systems. Jean and her husband Jim have shared their home with foster children – both short and long term – since 2011. Jean also gives her time to the Flying Horse Foundation, helping provide Equine-Assisted Learning for children who have experienced trauma. She is very active in a local church, and also enjoys hiking, glamping, and life with their two young-adult sons.