Meredith Alexander Kunz

Stoic and author

Stoic and author of  The Stoic Mom, a blog that focuses on how Stoic philosophy and mindful approaches can change a parent’s life

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Parents are embracing the writings of the Stoics to help navigate the challenges of raising a child — especially during today’s pandemic.

How Stoic philosophy can change parents’ lives

Parents are embracing the writings of the Stoics to help navigate the challenges of raising a child — especially during today’s pandemic.

from Life Examined

Parents are embracing the writings of the Stoics to help navigate the challenges of raising a child — especially during today’s pandemic.

How Stoic philosophy can change parents’ lives

Parents are embracing the writings of the Stoics to help navigate the challenges of raising a child — especially during today’s pandemic.

from Life Examined

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