Selected Works

Five virtues that dissolve conflict, restore good will, build common purpose and help people thrive--in business, government, volunteer organizations, faith communities, schools and families.
Growing Up Online
The award-winning column about families and technology
The Latest Advice For Parents About What Kids are Doing Online
Growing Up Online columns that are as relevant today as when they were written
Every topic covered by Growing Up Online since 2002.
Essays on Parenting
Sometimes being a Mom is magical
Before I had children, I raised kids.

For over three decades, Carolyn Jabs has written about families, ethics, environmental issues and the Internet. Her work has been published in dozens of magazines including Reader's Digest, Newsweek, Redbook and the New York Times. She was a Contributing Editor at Home PC and Family PC, and her monthly column, Growing Up Online, appears in parenting publications across the country.

Carolyn's most recent project is a book about how to restore constructive cooperation in the face of conflict and change. Written as a conversation between a teacher and a learner, the book and grew out of work Carolyn did while earning her M.A. in Practical Ethics from Bowling Green State University. She and co-author, Dr. Donald Scherer, plan to release the book in the second half of 2015.

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