This idea is radical -- and easy. When you're fretting about something, ask your kids for advice.
That's a cool technique Adam Grant, the ubiquitous writer/TED talker/podcaster, espouses in this Atlantic video. The idea is to normalize the idea that life is often confusing or hard. And to normalize asking for someone else's input. And to normalize the fact that kids are not just advice recipients, they can have insights, too.
And if your kids have ever given you some great advice, we'd love to hear it -- and we probably need it.