Bark Parental Controls

Bark Parental Controls

Curious about how Bark works? Learn about our parental control features, including content monitoring, screen time management, and website blocking, and discover how they provide online safety for kids.



The New Science of Adult Attachment and How It Can Help You Find–And Keep–Love

We already rely on science to tell us what to eat, when to exercise, and how long to sleep. Why not use science to help us improve our relationships? In this revolutionary book, psychiatrist and neuroscientist Dr. Amir Levine and Rachel Heller scientifically explain why why some people seem to navigate relationships effortlessly, while others struggle.

Discover how an understanding of adult attachment-the most advanced relationship science in existence today-can help us find and sustain love. Pioneered by psychologist John Bowlby in the 1950s, the field of attachment posits that each of us behaves in relationships in one of three distinct ways:

Anxious people are often preoccupied with their relationships and tend to worry about their partner’s ability to love them back
Avoidant people equate intimacy with a loss of independence and constantly try to minimize closeness.
Secure people feel comfortable with intimacy and are usually warm and loving. 

Attached guides readers in determining what attachment style they and their mate (or potential mate) follow, offering a road map for building stronger, more fulfilling connections with the people they love.

The Light Phone


Light was born as an alternative to the tech monopolies that are fighting more and more aggressively for our time & attention. Light creates tools that respect you. Objects that empower you to be your best self. Technology intentionally designed to be used as little as possible. Things that serve you, not the other way around.

Light was founded by Joe Hollier and Kaiwei Tang, an artist and product designer who met in a Google experimental program in 2014. They were encouraged to make smartphone apps and taught on a deeper level how and why different products were being built and funded. It became obvious that the last thing the world needed was another smartphone app fighting for our attention. The interests and nature of these ad-driven platforms will never align with our actual quality of life.

The 5 Love Languages of Your Family by Gary Chapman&Ross Campbell

The 5 Love Languages of Your Family

The 5 Love Languages of Your Family by Gary Chapman contains two bestsellers in one volume – The 5 Love Languages of Children and the % Love Languages of Teenagers.

“Are you expressing love in a language your family understands? Every child and teenager expresses and receives love through one of five communication styles, or “love languages”. If your love language is differnt from your child’s or teen’s, you’d better learn to translate-and fast-or you could miss your chance to meet their deepest emotional needs.

Find out which one of these languages your child or teenager speaks: Words of Affirmation, Quality Time, Physical Touch, Receiving Gifts, Acts of Service.

Unconditional love is something everyone needs. The Five Love Languages of Children and The Five Love Languages of Teenagers will help you make your child or teenager feel secure, loved and more willing and open to interact with you and your family. Learn to fluently speak the love languages of your family members.”

Book Dimensions: 23cm H x 15cm W x 3cm D

250 Questions for Dates

250 Questions for Dates

Most people decide whether a second date is on the cards in under an hour. Feeling the pressure?

Dates are stressful, and a lot rides on that first conversation.

When your palms are sweating and you’re already hooked on your date’s eyes, how do you make sure they’re getting hooked on you?

The answer’s simple: you ask questions. Not just any questions though–they have to be the right questions.

Sound stressful? Not if you have the proper guidance.

How many times have you kicked yourself for the nonsense you heard falling out of your mouth on a first date?

How many second dates have you lost because the conversation became stagnant before it ever got going?

The first date is your earliest opportunity to get to know someone intimately. It’s your chance to find out if you’re compatible, if you have the same passions, and if the same things make you tick.

For this to happen though, you need a killer question to spark hours of conversation.

This is your golden key to securing a second date.

In 250 Questions for Dates: Never Ask About the Weather Again!, you’ll be given an arsenal of material to get the conversation flowing. You’ll find:

  • 250 killer questions so that you never find yourself stuck for words again
  • A toolbox of deep questions that will surely deepen your date’s interest in you
  • Foolproof ways to learn about the very essence of your date, even when your mind is chaos
  • The questions certain to raise any red flags you need to know about now, before it’s too late
  • The #1 way to get answers to the things no modest person will ever brag about
  • How to pick the perfect restaurant for the second date without even asking them
  • A guaranteed way to get a meaningful conversation flowing that is far bigger than 1 simple question seems

And much more.

We can all remember a time we were stuck for words when all we really wanted was to truly get to know someone.

Once you’ve been there, you’ll know it’s not somewhere you want to be again.

Data has shown that if you date someone for 3 months, you’re likely to start a serious relationship with them. Discover how to turn that first night into at least 3 months of conversation you never want to end.

If you’re ready to become the person you’d want to date and leave a lasting first impression, click “Add to Cart” right now.

Build Your Child’s Frustration Tolerance

Build Your Child’s Frustration Tolerance

“Build Your Child’s Frustration Tolerance is a self-paced growth mindset masterclass for parents and providers.

You’ll learn to foster your child’s grit and determination with practical and science-based strategies that go beyond simple encouragement.

The masterclass includes 4 video units with renowned guest parenting educators PLUS 2 bonus tracks with pre & early teen and neurodiverse parenting perspectives.

It also includes a comprehensive printable workbook with unit takeaways, journaling prompts, and activities and exercises to do with your child to help put the strategies in place.

In this on-demand course, you will learn:

  • How to uncover and avoid the hidden triggers that are the real causes of your child’s frustration.
  • How to develop a ‘frustration toolkit’ of practices and coping skills to use with your child to self-regulate and cope with challenges.
  • When to take a more emotion-based approach to help your child overcome obstacles and the urge to give up.
  • Practical strategies to help your child break free of the instant gratification mindset so they can work toward accomplishments.

Dr. Lisa Blackwell —President and Co-founder of Mindset Works with Carol Dweck, Ph.D.— has reviewed and approved this masterclass framework as being a valuable growth mindset parenting resource.

Includes lifetime access so you can go through all the materials at your own pace.

Transform Your Child’s Negative Self-Talk Into Self-Love

Transform Your Child’s Negative Self-Talk Into Self-Love

This is a masterclass for parents and caregivers where you’ll learn how to help your child quiet their inner critic to grow their confidence and self-worth.

In this on-demand course, you will learn:

  • How to respond when you hear your child’s negative self-talk (specific talking points for different situations)
  • How to avoid common shaming phrases that damage your child’s self-esteem
  • 4-step formula for responding to your child when they misbehave
  • Critical long-term strategies for growing your child’s Confidence

With your masterclass pass, you’ll get:

  • Video lessons by top parenting experts
  • Helpful printable checklists and templates

Watch a sample lesson from the Masterclass.

Teaching Guide PDF for Big Life Journal – Tween/Teen Edition (ages 11+)

Teaching Guide PDF for Big Life Journal – Tween/Teen Edition (ages 11+)

These growth mindset lesson plans help parents and educators to incorporate Social-Emotional Learning and growth mindset into homeschool or classroom.

This 75-page digital printable kit includes discussion questions, resources, extension activities, and teaching tips.

This teaching resource goes together with the Big Life Journal – Tween/Teen Edition (you need the journal to use the guide).

The recommended age range is 11 years old and above.

Download the sample lesson HERE.

Recommended Uses

Consider using this guide for any of these purposes:

  • One-on-one with a young learner;
  • Small groups in diverse settings like youth groups, homeschooling groups, and/or co-ops;
  • In the classroom infuse social-emotional learning and psychology into the content you teach;
  • As a central text or supporting resource for life skills classes, summer camps, after-school, or educational programs.

Lesson Plans PDF for Big Life Journal – 2nd Edition (ages 7-10)

Lesson Plans PDF for Big Life Journal – 2nd Edition (ages 7-10)

These lesson plans are designed to help you and the learners you’re guiding get the most out of Big Life Journal – 2nd Edition (you need the journal to use the lesson plans).

This is a digital product. Nothing will be mailed.

These lesson plans can be used by students in a wide variety of learning environments, from traditional classrooms to small group meetings to your kitchen table.

Whether you are a counselor coordinating a school-wide growth mindset initiative or a parent schooling your child at home, they include flexible elements and suggestions for adaptations to suit your needs.

These lessons align with essential competencies identified by the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) as well as supporting fundamental concepts of English Language Arts and Social Studies. 

Download the sample lesson HERE.

These lesson plans are provided FREE with orders of 10 or more hardcover Big Life Journals. Please write to for more information.

SEL & Growth Mindset Lesson Plans

SEL & Growth Mindset Lesson Plans

Introducing our comprehensive bundle of 12 engaging and empowering Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) and Growth Mindset lesson plans.

This resource is packed with ready-to-use materials to foster emotional well-being, develop resilience, and cultivate a growth mindset in children.

Each lesson plan comes with companion printable activities, worksheets, or vibrant posters, making it easy to implement impactful lessons in just 30 minutes.

Each lesson plan builds upon the previous ones, ensuring a cohesive and progressive learning experience.

The lesson plans are available for two different age groups: ages 4-6 and ages 7-10. They need to be purchased separately. 

Whether you are an educator or counselor coordinating a school-wide growth mindset initiative or a parent schooling your child at home, these lesson plans will help you seamlessly integrate SEL and growth mindset into your curriculum.

12 lesson plans cover the following topics: 

  • Building Positive Friendships
  • The Power of Kindness
  • Inclusiveness
  • Seeing Good in Others
  • Seeing Good in Myself
  • Teamwork
  • Emotional Literacy
  • Where Do I Feel My Emotions
  • Coping Strategies
  • How to Resolve Conflicts
  • The Power of Our Brains
  • Mistakes Help Our Brains Grow


Growth Mindset in the Classroom

Growth Mindset in the Classroom

The Growth Mindset in the Classroom Conference will help you learn how to integrate a growth mindset into your classroom and create a growth mindset culture directly from the expert educators who have already done it successfully.

Here’s what you’ll receive with your Premium Access:

  • IMMEDIATE and LIFETIME ACCESS to all conference videos and bonuses (go at your own pace).
  • 12 expert videos & written case studies of schools that have successfully integrated a growth mindset in their classrooms (Portfolio School, Silver Creek Leadership Academy, Acton Academy, and others).
  • BONUS: 40+ pages of companion worksheets, templates, and activities inspired by what the speakers are using in their classrooms.
  • BONUS: Unlimited access to an exclusive forum where educators share their tips, tools, and knowledge.
  • BONUS: Audio files of each presentation so you can listen on the go.

In this on-demand course, you will learn:

  • New ways to empower your students to build their self-efficacy
  • Tactical tips to make growth mindset lessons part of your teaching routine and how to fit them into a busy schedule
  • Practical strategies to overcome fixed mindset challenges in your own teaching approach
  • How to transform feedback into a tool that motivates students
  • Concrete ways to measure the effectiveness of a growth mindset curriculum in the classroom.

The Teenage Brain

The Teenage Brain

By: Frances E Jensen MD

Renowned neurologist Dr. Frances E. Jensen offers a revolutionary look at the brains of teenagers, dispelling myths and offering practical advice for teens, parents and teachers. As a mother, teacher, researcher, clinician and frequent lecturer to parents and teens, Dr. Jensen is in a unique position to explain to readers the mystery and magic of the teen brain. In this book, she brings to readers the new, sometimes astonishing findings that are buried in academic journals. She explores myths about adolescent behavior and offers practical suggestions on how to negotiate this difficult and dynamic life stage for parents and teachers, and even the teens themselves.

The Teenage Brain is one of the first books to focus exclusively on the mind-development of adolescents. Some of the recent findings it discusses include:

How teens are better learners than adults because their brain cells more readily “build” memories than those of adults. But this special gift has a down side: their cells’ heightened adaptability can be hijacked by addiction, and the adolescent brain can form a stronger and longer addiction than the brain of an adult.
How Venus and Mars really emerge in adolescence. In fact, studies show that girls’ brains are a full two years more mature than boys’ brains in the mid-teens, possibly explaining lots of differences seen in the classroom as well as in their social behaviour.
How adolescents may not be as resilient to the effects of drugs as we think they are! Recent experimental and human studies show that occasional use of marijuana, for instance, can cause lingering memory problems even days after smoking, and that long-term use of pot in adolescence impacts the adult I.Q.
How multi-tasking causes divided attention and has been shown to reduce learning ability in the teenage brain. Multi-tasking also has some addictive qualities that may result in a habitually short attention span in teenagers.
How emotionally stressful situations may impact the adolescent more than the adult. Stress in these formative years can have permanent effects on mental health and has been reported to lead to a higher risk of certain neuropsychiatric disorders, such as depression.
The Teenage Brain presents hard data intermingled with accessible and relatable anecdotes drawn from Dr. Jensen’s experiences as a parent, clinician and public speaker. It offers practical suggestions on how parents, teens, schools and even the legal system can better deal with adolescents on their journey into adulthood.