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ADVICE FOR PARENTS OF SMALL CHILDREN: Don’t Be Afraid Of Dirt. Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein has a mes…

ADVICE FOR PARENTS OF SMALL CHILDREN: Don’t Be Afraid Of Dirt. Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein has a message for the parents of small children: Don’t be afraid of dirt. She is a firm believer in the idea that children in Westernized countries today grow up in a world that can be too sanitized. They spend less […]

All New Dads Should Take Parenting Advice From Ryan Reynolds

Ryan Reynolds got more applause for this bit of parenting than he's gotten for the whole rest of his career combined. More » All New Dads Should Take Parenting Advice From Ryan Reynolds is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.

It's Too Easy to Tell Moms to Get Off Their Phones

How to parent like a grown up in the age of smartphones: It's easy to tell mothers that we should never look at our cell phones during the day with our kids. It's good advice to check our email on a schedule, of maybe two or three times a day, whether we're parents at home or in an office. Show More Summary

10 Real Reasons Behind Kids’ Bad Behavior

Parenting is always uneasy. It’s often about striking a balance between loads of elements like attention, advice, freedom, etc. Below are 11 images... The post 10 Real Reasons Behind Kids’ Bad Behavior appeared first on Lifehack.

The Dirty Little Truth About Parenting That No One Wants to Tell You

I have this recurring dream that pops up at least once a week. In it, I'm sitting with my eldest son, dispatching some critical life advice, and he turns to me and says - with the attitude only a tween can really muster - "And how do...Show More Summary

'Blind Side' mom is proud of son's "amazing journey" to second Super Bowl

"Blind Side" mom Leigh Ann Tuohy shares parenting advice and her plans for watching son Michael Oher play in Super Bowl 50.

Your Guide to Avoiding Outdated Baby Care Advice

Parenting advice changes over time, so if you’re a new parent you may be dodging weird advice from your parents. Or if you’re a total parenting know-it-all, some whippersnapper might try to tell you things are different now. Here’s everything that’s changed and why, according to pediatricians and safety experts. Read more...

Mark Zuckerberg Makes The Leap From Facebook Mogul To Pro Diaper Changer! Get His Dad Hack HERE!

Mark Zuckerberg is adding some skills to his LinkedIn profile. In anticipation of Facebook's 12th birthday on Thursday, Zuckerberg hosted a February 3 fan forum where he dolled out parenting advice and other life hacks. Let's just say Zuckerberg is very well-versed in the art of changing a poopy diaper! Related: Mark Takes His New Baby To [...]

How to Be a Good Parent

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The secret to good parenting is all in the thumb! Just remember to point it up instead of down. That’s the latest advice from Lunarbaboon.

FDA Likely to Approve ‘Three-Parent Embryo’ Research on Panel’s Recommendations

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Controversial research on gene-therapy that theoretically could result in children with DNA of three parents is expected to be approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on the advice from a panel of experts. On Wednesday, the...Show More Summary

Ronda Rousey's Mother Blasts Her Coach In Brutal Takedown

Ronda Rousey was celebrating her 29th birthday Monday, but she received the gift of parental advice a little early. Rousey's mom, AnnMaria De Mars, pulled no punches in a Submission Radio interview posted Sunday, saying her daughter should find a new coach. Show More Summary

A Conversation About Single Parenting: Advice on How Teachers and Others Can Help Make a Difference

Co-authored with Donna Y Ford, Ph.D. Vanderbilt University, author of Recruiting and Retaining Culturally Different Students in Gifted Education, Mother, Grandmother and Advocate for Racial Justice We recently came together as two mothers...Show More Summary

Report: 90% of Millennial Parents Find Social Media Helpful

Millennial parents have traditional family values and are two-times more likely to seek parenting advice online than they are to ask another person.

'What Advice Would You Give to a Room Full of Students?'

A few years ago I received an email from a woman who was invited to meet with the parents of children at a school, asking me: "You've been working with children and teenagers for a long time. What advice would you give to a room full of parents?" I answered her, and that became the basis of a column I wrote, which then became a TEDx talk I gave. Show More Summary

The Cruel Reality of Parenting

Parenting is hard. Like really hard. No one prepares you for it, you can read so many books, articles and advice but nothing will prepare you for any of it. When you have a newborn, there are hundreds of pieces of advice on what do when they won't stop crying, how to get them to sleep through the night, how to make sure they feel loved. Show More Summary

5 Do's and Don'ts of Helping Kids Handle Bullying

One of the most common reasons parents approach me is to ask for my advice on how to help their child handle a bullying situation at school. Fear for their child's well-being combined with a sense of powerlessness at changing peer dynamics often leaves moms, dads, and other caregivers feeling helpless. Show More Summary

BABY FED ALMOND MILK winds up with scurvy. It’s like the return of rickets because of parents who…

BABY FED ALMOND MILK winds up with scurvy. It’s like the return of rickets because of parents who keep their kids away from sun and dairy. You’d be better off following your grandmother’s advice.

The 6 Career Advice Books All Successful People Read

Yes, your parents may have read these books too, but sometimes you just can't beat the classics.

The Hardest Parts of Parenting - 7 Pieces of Advice to Ignore

1. Respond Immediately to Noncompliant Behavior This is advice that is often given when a child misbehaves. This requires not thinking before you act, but giving consequences before you know why the behavior occurred. Better advice is to Step Back and think before you act. Show More Summary

Should I Let My Parents Risk Their Retirement to Pay for My Education?

Welcome to Ask the Bills, where every two weeks Helaine Olen answers readers’ questions about their most nagging personal finance and financial etiquette dilemmas. Seeking advice on a money issue? Email

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