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Financial advice for parents sending a child to college

If you're one of the throngs of families sending a child off to college, you'll need to make a lot of financial decisions in a short period of time. Jill Schlesinger reports on where to start.

The Best Advice On Raising Entrepreneurial Kids From The Parents Who Did It

Raising a successful child doesn't have to be hard; it just takes a little love and encouragement from parents like you. Read on to hear what out friends at Fatherly have to say about raising the ultimate entrepreneur. Elon Musk's parents...Show More Summary

Mila Kunis Dishes Out The Parenting Advice While Showing Off Her Growing Pregnancy Belly In Style

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are simply a Hollywood couple that puts family first ahead of career. From the time their little one Wyatt was born, the actors ensured to take time away from their careers and were adamant that paparazzi would keep their distance from their daughter. Show More Summary

4 ways to improve your job search in the digital age

  This infographic was created by Vera Marie Reed. Vera is freelance writer living in Glendale, California. This mother of two specializes in education and parenting content. When she’s not delivering expert advice, you can find her reading, writing, arts, going to museums and doing craft projects with her children. Show More Summary

A Mom’s Advice: 10 Tips About Kids in Clinical Trials

The morning after I posted last week’s “3 Gene Therapy Trials Report Good News,” I heard from my friend Ilyce Randell, whose son Max has had two gene therapies for Canavan Disease. Unlike the parents in

This Baby Has No Idea She's The Queen Of Dress-Up While She Naps

Exhausted new parents often hear the same advice: Sleep when the baby sleeps. But for photographer and new mom Laura Izumikawa, nap time has turned into a fun creative outlet. Izumikawa takes hilarious photos of her 4-month-old daughter, Joey Marie Choi, dressed in costumes while she naps peacefully. Show More Summary

Doctors wanted to abort, but look at her now as Ms. Wheelchair America

Eliza McIntosh's parents ignored medical advice and and has gone on to achieve a world record.

Parenting Blooms or Weeds?

"Parents can only give good advice or put them on the right paths, but the final forming of a person's character lies in their own hands." ~Anne Frank Last month our garden was featured as one of the stops on the local garden tour. Because of my busy schedule I hadn't regularly weeded around the marigolds in the bed surrounding the fountain. Show More Summary

2 Big Lessons This Dad Wishes Parents Would Teach Their Girls About Health and Beauty

Our daughters are barraged on all sides with messages telling them how they should be. One dad has some advice The post 2 Big Lessons This Dad Wishes Parents Would Teach Their Girls About Health and Beauty appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Alison Gopnik’s Advice to Parents: Stop Parenting!

Everything Professor Gopnik says in The Gardener and the Carpenter indicates that our schooling system is very very wrong. So why does she point her finger at parents, not schools?

Birds sing to their unborn chicks to warn them about hot weather

Zebra finch parents prepare their chicks for the heat by giving them advice – through the shell

For Freshmen, Campus Life Poses New Risks

last weekHealth : Well

Experts’ advice on how parents can help freshmen safely navigate those risky early weeks of college, while still respecting their independence.

Denmark has advice for American parents: Give children more freedom

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Denmark has some of the world's happiest people, according to the United Nations World Happiness Report of 2016. Not everything is rosy in the Scandinavian role-model country, however, as its recent backlash against immigrants and refugees has shown. But the Danes are certainly proud of their education and their parenting. A new book by Iben […]

Back To Basics: Raising Children In The Digital Age

"This is impossible," Emily, the mother of three boys, exclaimed. "I don't know if I'm supposed to give my kids more technology or less." Emily felt paralyzed because she was caught between digital-age parenting advice and what her heart told her was right. Show More Summary

So You Want My Job: Stay-at-Home Dad

Once again we return to our So You Want My Job series, in which we interview men about their jobs and ask them about the reality of their work and for advice on how men can live their dream. When one thinks of stay-at-home parents, it’s almost always the mom that comes to mind. The number of stay-at-home dads […]

All the Baby Gear Advice That Doesn’t Matter

I was in your shoes once, new parents. Shopping for the perfect diaper bag, pruning baby gear lists down to the true essentials. Three kids later, I’m here to tell you: You’re overthinking it. Most of your shopping decisions don’t really matter. Read more...

Legalizing Assisted Suicide Takes Away Mental Health Care for the Disabled

When I was born the doctors told my parents to put me in an institution. Luckily, my parents ignored the doctor’s advice and took me home. Initially I went to a segregated school, and then argued my way into a regular school. I went on to complete an undergrad in Humanities and a Master’s in […]

The Relationship Advice Divorced Parents Would Give Their Kids

Divorce can teach you a thing or two about marriage. We recently asked divorced parents to share the relationship advice they’d give their own kids, based on their experiences. See what they had to say below. 1. Don’t rush into marriage. “I...Show More Summary

When good words go bad

A letter to an advice columnist recently complained that a son’s school was treating his parents “like nimrods.” In context, it was clear that the letter writers meant “idiots.” But “nimrod” used to be a positive word, not a negative one. Yes, it’s time for “when good words go bad.” For many years, centuries even, “nimrod” meant “a hunter,” perhaps...

10 Ways You Disrespect Your Money

If you look after your money, it will look after you. It's something that financial experts, parents, and countless advice columnists will tell you, and with good reason. Ignore your money, and disrespect your finances, and you will come off worse for wear. But treat your finances with the respect...

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