Let’s begin with some advice: Go see “Little Men” when it opens on Aug. 5. I saw it at Sundance in January, and I promise it is one of the year’s best movies. Now, more specifically: The Huffington Post and its parent company, AOL, have a joint exclusive clip from the film. Show More Summary
By Amie M. Gordon I became a parent a year and a half ago, and my life changed forever. When I was pregnant, lots of parents gave me advice (Enjoy going to the grocery store by yourself while you still can! Go out on dates! Clean your house!). Show More Summary
Recently retired Los Angeles great Kobe Bryant ended his career in style by scoring 60 points in his final farewell game of the 2015-2016 season. Noticeably absent from all of his games this year and for the last 3 years were his parents who he hasn’t talked to in the last 3 years. On […]
When I was pregnant with my oldest daughter, I remember strangers placing their hands on my stomach, asking whether I was having a girl or a boy, when I was due, and whether I picked a name. I received all sorts of parenting advice,Show More Summary
Ashley Grimm was at the wheel when her youngest son was killed in a tragic accident. Now she's sharing powerful advice with other parents.
Pay attention to warning signs, and don’t wait too long to take financial control.
It’s not all about beautiful design in soft shades of gray and amazing farmhouse tables for HGTV star Joanna Gaines, of Fixer Upper fame. It turns out, she is nailing the whole parenting gig, as well. A recent Facebook post written by the designer went viral, as the words rang both sweet and true to... Show More Summary
Disruption guru Clayton Christensen's prescription is to spinoff your disruptive technology and put it in a subsidiary charged with killing the parent -- here's how a startup adapted when it followed that bad advice
Parents at VidCon 2016 might know a little bit about online videos, but their guidance for young people covers a whole lot more. We caught up with a few parents to see what inspiring, practical and straightforward advice they would like to pass on to the next generation. Read more... More about Mashable Video, Youtube, Kids, Advice, and Parents
Here's to all the parents who have to deal with unwelcome comments and advice from people who have no idea how tough raising a child can be. At least these Mum's Milestones cards get the struggle. The series of hilarious cards include...Show More Summary
Tantrum is carving a niche in the crowded parenting advice arena by offering up some unique perspectives on having a baby and raising children.
The world that your parents grew up in is no more. Gone are the days of graduating from college and working one job for 40 years until you can collect your pension. Things don't work like that anymore. In 2016, the modern job world is fast-paced and rapidly changing. Show More Summary
Ever fought with your parents and wanted to report them to the authorities? Here's some friendly advice: Don't call the police on your father if he sets fire to your illegal cannabis plants. Unfortunately, that's exactly what an irate...Show More Summary
The Huffington Post's "Talk To Me" series has been a great opportunity to see parents and children having meaningful conversations. Earlier this month, my son's Riley, age 16, and Drew, age 18, sat down with me to discuss education,Show More Summary
How to Dad is a hilarious web series that follows a father who provides all sorts of amusing DIY parenting advice with help from his adorable little daughter. He gives great tips on how to get a baby to clean the house, how to hold a baby, put a baby to sleep, and more. Help […]
Get away from that TV! Stop watching movies to escape! Go outside and live! Kids everywhere are used to hearing their parents hammer advice like that. This is not the case in Life, Animated — a funny, touching and vital documentary from Roger Ross Williams (God Loves Uganda) in which...
Dear Dr. Buckingham, I desperately need some advice. My 14-year-old son is testing me badly by pushing all kinds of boundaries. We argue over whom he should hang around, where he should go and how he should dress. I punish him on a regular basis and tell him that he will comply with my rules Keep Reading ?
Attention parents: If you’d like to see your kids do better in school, have them close their books, set down their pencils and go outside to play. That’s the latest advice from an international group of experts who studied the value of exercise in school-age kids. “Physical activity before, during...
Nobody sets out to raise a bratty teenager. And yet, well, it happens. If it does, British researchers have some interesting advice for parents who spend their lives taking away cell phones and tablets as punishment: Don't. Adolescent...Show More Summary
That’s advice from former “Daily Show” correspondent Jason Jones, quoted on WNYC (Advice from Jason Jones to Upper West Side Parents: Don’t Talk to the Press), telling fellow parents to avoid the press or at least think carefully before talking to reporters about the debate over revamping attendance boundaries (and thus school demographics) on New... Read more »