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Korn's Brian 'Head' Welch Offers Advice for Parenting Troubled Teens

A little over a decade ago, Korn guitarist Brian "Head" Welch was addicted to methamphetamine and didn't know how to stop using. So he turned to Christianity, quit the pioneering nu-metal band and eventually got sober, all the while learning how to be a dad to his daughter Jennea, who...

Let Your Teen Girl Do This, She'll Be Glad You Did

The best thing you can do for your teen girl is to let her figure out life on her own. Do you find that advice hard to swallow? If you do, you're not alone. It's difficult for many parents to allow their teen daughters the freedom they...Show More Summary

Oh, the Places You’ll Go! Is the Top-Selling Book for Graduates. Too Bad It Doesn’t Offer Great Advice.

It’s graduation season, which means parents are traveling to campuses all over the country, aunts and uncles are writing checks, and students are protesting their commencement speakers for being insufficiently woke. Also, Dr. Seuss’s...Show More Summary

ROUTINE MAINTENANCE: BECOMING A BETTER PARENT AND SPOUSE

Search the web or ask other parents around you and one of the first bits of advice you'll hear is "Find a routine!" Pretty soon, you'll realize this is absolutely vital for all parents. As I left my full-time job at the office into my new role as a stay-at-home dad, finding a routine was high on my list of priorities. Show More Summary

Things You Actually Learn About Parenting From Your Favorite Movies and TV Shows

Everyone finds their own way to teach their children, but most don't realize the valuable advice sitting right in front of them. If you are a TV show enthusiast, have a limited selection of go-to movies, or any sort of combination of...Show More Summary

Travel with a Baby: Do As I Say, Not As I Do…

The advice I almost uniformly give to expectant parents is to not be very ambitious with booking travel you can’t easily back out of before your baby is born – at least for the first few months, but really for longer. You just do not know your baby, your new parenting self, and your new normal before the baby is here. Show More Summary

How to Answer When Your Kid Asks Questions About Your Teenage Sex Life

One of the best pieces of parenting advice I can give to mothers of tween and teen daughters, especially the less chatty ones, is that the most revealing conversations happen side by side - never face to face. Get your girl walking next...Show More Summary

8 Pieces of Parenting Advice From Danny Tanner That Would Never Work in Your House

One of the reasons Full House is such a beloved series is because it showcases a heartwarming family filled with lots of love for each other. Every season is overflowing with idealistic advice and big hugs between family members. While...Show More Summary

Two New Health Studies Are Worrying Parents. Here's What You Need To Know.

Parents and parents-to-be can often be on the receiving end of "expert" advice that is confusing, if not downright contradictory. And when scientific researchers take on parenting stuff, things get particularly, shall we say, puzzling. This...Show More Summary

The Good Men Project

Read my latest articles for The Good Men Projecton. The post The Good Men Project appeared first on Mr. Dad | Parenting Resources and Advice for Expectant Fathers, New Dads, Dads of Teens, Single Dads.

David Brooks jumps to conclusions about raising children that, just this once, can’t be complained about

Sure, he wants parents to "use psychological science to help kids thrive," but the advice is actually sound

The Strange, Unsolicited Advice New Parents Get

"Can I give you some advice?" This is a question new parents hear all too often. A funny video from BuzzFeed highlights some of the strangest unsolicited advice new moms and dads get from fellow parents and non-parents alike. From sleep...Show More Summary

Well: Swaddling May Increase the Risk of SIDS

2 weeks agoHealth : NYTimes: Health

Advice to place infants on their backs for sleep is even more important if parents choose to swaddle them.

12 Things No One Tells You About Having a Second Baby

People throw so much advice at you when you're a first-time parent. Just the sight of your pregnant belly and a confirmation that it's your first brings an onslaught of unsolicited tips and sometimes helpful musings. Cut to the second time you expand and your family and everyone just assumes you've got it down. Show More Summary

Ask Dr. NerdLove: My Racist Parents Hate My Girlfriend

Hello, you glowing pheromone buzzards of the Interwebs! Welcome to Ask Dr. NerdLove, the only dating advice column that teaches you how to max out your social links while still having time to do battle in the Midnight Channel. Read more...

The Secret Ingredient to Your Child's Future Is YOU

In my previous blog post, I shared how science shows that parents are the true gene therapists: the most influential aspect of your child's life. My aim with this blog is to offer the best practical advice to parents today about what you can do, in your own home and family, to create the optimal environment for your child. Show More Summary

Why You Shouldn’t Get Parenting Advice From Ted Cruz

Poll-testing parenting advice may not be the best for kids. The post Why You Shouldn’t Get Parenting Advice From Ted Cruz appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Watch: Ted Cruz Doles Out Parenting, Spanking Advice After Crowd Interruption

3 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

So can Cruz spank the competition on Tuesday and put himself in a position to force a contested convention?

I Applied Three Pieces of Popular Parenting Advice to My Business and Here's What Happened

As a mom/entrepreneur, I'm often amazed at the overlap between managing my family and managing my business. I've often heard the advice to "treat your family like a business," and have a mission statement, goals, "team meetings," and the like. Show More Summary

10 Pieces Of Dating Advice Our Parents Wish They Could Give Us If We Just Shut Up And Listen

You will never be satisfied with what you have if all you do is keep swiping. You will never get to know someone when you’re already looking for the next best thing, you will never appreciate a conversation when you have ten other unopened conversations. You will never get to see someone’s real beauty if you keep thinking of the other 50 photos on your screen.

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