Post by The Stir Bloggers. The following is a post from our sponsor, MomAssembly. Parenting books are great, but moms are a tired, busy bunch -- who has time to read a chapter at a time, let alone finish the whole thing? That’s why veteran...Show More Summary
We know that what makes for a well-lived life doesn't necessarily make for good entertainment, and if Hollywood followed this advice movies would lose all their drama and excitement. Some of the greatest films of all time, in fact, rely on rash decisions made by characters in the throes of conflict. Show More Summary
What's a conservative parent to do when their children are being taught by liberal professors? Well, on Friday's The Five, Eric Bolling decided to share some advice about how to "combat" it, so to speak, emphasizing the importance of teaching good values to your children while still leaving them enough room to make up their own minds.
Though I don’t remember the first time one of my parents said to me, “Don’t forget to say thank-you,” I do remember that during my childhood, I heard that advice enough times for it to sink in. The identity of the person to whom thanks were expressed did not matter, nor did the particulars of whatever it was that they said or did. Show More Summary
Throwing Shade #19: Plus-Size Lingeri... 14:46 Happy Thanksgivukkah! This year, Bryan is thankful for Ask Amy - an advice column that gave the absolute best advice ever for a parent with a gay child. Meanwhile, Erin looks at the fallout of a plus-size lingerie company that used non-airbrushed models. Show More Summary
Liane and Iain Stooke were told their baby Miley was brain damaged. They were advised to abort her. They didn’t: The couple agonized over the decision and decided to give their little girl a chance at life — and their instinct paid off. Show More Summary
Advice Columnist, Amy Dickinson, lays in to a half-assed, ignoramus of a parent in response to this person expressed that his or her son is only "being gay" in revenge for "forgetting his birthday for the past three years."
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You just got owned by Ask Amy. (photo via Towleroad) This week, a concerned parent wrote in to "Ask Amy," the Washington Post's syndicated advice column, asking what to do about her son being gay. She described her fears that peopleShow More Summary
I’ve always liked The Washington Post‘s advice columnist Amy Dickinson, AKA “Dear Amy,” but after reading her recent response to a homophobic parent, I LOVE her. Here’s the letter: DEAR AMY: I recently discovered that my son, who is 17, is a homosexual. We are part of a church group and I fear that if people [...]
Washington Post advice columnist Amy Dickinson recently received an appallingly homophobic letter from a parent seeking help convincing their gay son to "stop being gay." Read more...
How to create a professional work wardrobe out of the awful clothes you bought while you were in college -- or unemployed on your parents’ sofa. read more
I’m often asked by new parents; “what’s the best camera I can buy for taking pictures of the baby?” Chip Chick is full of advice and reviews of the latest cameras on the market, but my advice always is “the camera that’s with you all...Show More Summary
American Baby magazine has been doling out mothering advice since 1938, and it’s not stopping anytime soon. The monthly pub’s key demographic these days are first-time millennial moms seeking advice on everything baby related. The mag’s...Show More Summary
TV's Judge Hatchett lists parenting advice that is both compassionate, smart and spot on. I still hate judge shows, but I like her style. More » TV’s Judge Hatchett Lists Parenting Advice And I Actually Agree is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
As a parent and a former teacher who desperately wants to build my kids' love of reading, I oftentimes find myself overwhelmed with advice. What should we be doing to build a strong foundation for them? Are we making rookie mistakes?...Show More Summary
Getty Images From birth we're raised thinking Mommy & Daddy know best. They have our best interests in mind when they scare away tattooed teenage boys, keep the liquor under lock-and-key, and set our curfew earlier than all our other friends'. Show More Summary
‘Sexting’ is an increasingly common activity among children and young people where they share inappropriate or explicit images online or through mobile phones. It can also refer to written messages. As a parent, it is important to understand the risks so that you can talk to your child about how to stay safe and what […]
Pretend for a second that Madonna is your mom. I’ll wait. That was a pretty long second, wasn’t it? Now pretend that Madonna is your mom, and she wants to meet your new boyfriend, Timothée Chalamet, to see whether he’s an honorable young man. Show More Summary