Welcome to the new parents club Kim Kardashian and Kanye West! My records indicate that you've only been doing this mommy daddy thing for a few days but completely unsolicited advice about the job you're doing is already here courtesy of Dr. Oz. More » Dr. Oz Is Already Telling Kim And Kanye How To Parent is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
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Ireland Baldwin has shared some advice for Paris Jackson, after the 15-year-old girl’s suicide attempt last week. As the daughter of two very famous parents – Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger – Ireland knows exactly what it feels like to be forced into the spotlight at a young age. She chatted with ET at her Elle photo [...]Show More Summary
Post by Nicole Fabian-Weber Since she became a mom, Snooki, like lots of "veteran moms", has been doling out baby advice to fellow celebrity parents. And this week, she has some words o' wisdom for Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum,...Show More Summary
But just for the record, and because I love stating my biz and getting into your biz, I see nothing wrong with it. But I do see something wrong with your parents outright disregard for your own wishes and beliefs in raising your kid, and baby, you gotta put your foot down. Show More Summary
Like everyone else, celebrities find themselves caring for aging parents – and trying to navigate Medicare and its "Part D" program to subsidize prescription drug costs. Author and former TV news host Joan Lunden, 62, whose mom is 94, works with Walgreens to educate caregivers and seniors. Show More Summary
Post by Linda Sharps If you have a young boy, can he be within close physical proximity to the color pink without throwing a massive tantrum? Well, according to esteemed Fox News host Bill O'Reilly, if that's the case, you need to punish him until he understands the true meaning of masculinity. Show More Summary
From the June 4 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor: Previously: Bill O'Reilly's Parenting Advice: Punish Boys Who Like The Color Pink In homophobic column about Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Kincaid invokes cross-dressing Cpl. Klinge...
Fox News host Bill O'Reilly reinforced bogus stereotypes about gender and masculinity, telling a guest on his show that, if his son likes the color pink, "you might have to send him to camp." During the June 3 edition of The O'Reilly...Show More Summary
The advice I’ve given to new grads in the past is to marry rich so you have more options. And don’t go to grad school to get out of difficult choices. Consider moving home with your parents to save money and don’t do what you love. This is all really good advice. You should go read...
I'm having some issues with my parents, guys. Well, they're actually reflected issues based on some terrible parenting decisions they're making with my littlest sister (she's 14 years younger than me, going through puberty and in high school, so, in the midst of good times). Show More Summary
Shakira wants to breastfeed her son until college (The Stir) The women of Google have some advice for you (HuffPo Women) How do you define success as a stay at home parent? (Babble) Sympathy for the other woman (Your Tango) … More » Evening Feeding: Shakira Wants To Breastfeed Until College is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
Fox News contributor and radio host Laura Ingraham still doesn't understand the most basic facts about gender identity in young children, but that isn't stopping her from giving terrible advice to parents and school administrators working...Show More Summary
Parenting is complicated enough. Being scrutinized by your mother-in-law on every parental decision you make is more than any mother can or should have to take.
Another thing I'm going to urge you to do is contact the "slut's" parents. I know some people will disagree with me but if this girl is being called this by two of her peers I can pretty much guarantee she is being referred to as a "slut" by a lot more. Show More Summary
Editor's note: Rap pioneer and Geto Boys member Willie D dispenses sage advice, for free! Something on your mind? Ask Willie D! Dear Willie D: I'm a newly single divorcée with lots of time and...
Good Indian girls, race, and sexuality. Surprising! Black professionals are under-represented in company leadership. Some awesome bad advice. It costs $3,000 a month to be a queer parent in New York State. Pay it forward to this campaign to create a shelter access guidebook for Trans Women in Quebec. Some great pushback to the Candies’ [...]
Hi Folks! Here’s a bit of advice actual “safety experts” are giving kids — and parents. But first, the backstory. This New York Times guest parenting blogger wrote that her 7th grader came home one day and announced he “didn’t do it.” Didn’t do what? He and his friend were walking home from school (points for that!) [...]
Note: Letter writers’ names are changed to protect their privacy. Hello, I have read some of your advice letters and they have been really helpful, however I still need help! I am seeking advice about my relationship. I am 18 years old and turning 19 in August, I will be going to college in August [...]