Three Relationships Kids Need During the Pandemic and in Recovery

In this new Youth Today opinion piece, I reflect on the social and relational losses and gains of this past pandemic year, from what happened with my own kids to the millions of young people who have been cut-off physically and digitally because of where they live.

All kids will need three types of relationships to begin to recover and heal: lifelines, navigators, and door openers. Click here to read more about why. (~3 min read)

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