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Middle school principal's (non) helpful email to parents about social media

58 minutes agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

My Medium colleague Jason Stirman received a letter from his son's middle school principal asking parents to prohibit fifth and sixth graders from participating in social media, and uses Instagram's terms of service as a straw man. Read the rest

Melanie Griffith, Her Parents, and Her Siblings Deal with Some Badass Big Cats in Roar

In the five decades since she starred in The Birds, Tippi Hedren has spent more time helping to save the animals than acting, so it’s fitting that she appears in this oddball 1981 artifact about big cats in Africa (it was actually filmed in California). Show More Summary

A 7-Year-Old Explains The Facts Of Life For Kids With LGBT Parents (VIDEO)

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

By The Next Family Learn the facts of life for two moms by this 7-year-old girl. More on The Next Family: 6 Tips To Help Children Learn About Diversity Trans, LGBT Kids Accepted In New Girl Scouts Troop Marriage Equality Video Goes Viral in Ireland -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary

The Grass Moment: Helping Kids to Become Reflective Rebels

For the last several years, I've been hacking away at a tangle of deeply conservative beliefs about children and parenting that have somehow come to be accepted as the conventional wisdom in our culture: that parents are too permissive...Show More Summary

How to Help Your Child Change the World

Giving to others is a habit - a part of an ongoing pattern of behavior that begins early in life. Studies show that when parents talk to their children about giving, it increases the likelihood that the child will give. And when kids see their parents involved with a cause, they are more likely to volunteer in their lifetime. Show More Summary

American Airlines' profit surges on lower fuel costs but revenue slips

3 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

American Airlines' parent said Friday that the steep drop in fuel costs helped its first-quarter profit nearly double from a year earlier.

Motherhood Helped Olivia Wilde Tap Into The Grief Of Losing A Child In 'Meadowland'

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

The mere thought of losing a child is crippling to any parent, which may be why so many movies have explored the pains of families torn apart by the death of their offspring. Olivia Wilde and Luke Wilson are the latest actors to channel such tragedy. Show More Summary

Christianity helped to change pagan views of children

Various pagan authors describe children as being more like plants than human beings. And this had concrete consequences. Well-to-do parents typically did not interact with their children, leaving them up to the care of slaves. Children were rudely brought up, and very strong beatings were a normal part of education. Show More Summary

How to Use Your Homeschooling Wisdom to Help Others

By Heather Sanders It is no wonder parents considering homeschooling for the first time get overwhelmed. If you search Google for “homeschool curriculum” it turns up 1,590,000 results. At least, that was my experience. Think about that for a minute. Show More Summary

7 Values That Will Help You Raise Resilient Children

To parent our children to live exceptional lives and become exceptional people, we must teach them to have the fortitude to stand tall no matter what is happening. We accomplish this by parenting them to commit to consistent progress...Show More Summary

Johnny Depp's Daughter Lily-Rose Depp Lands Her First Fashion Spread In Oyster Magazine!

A star is born!!! Lily-Rose Depp is going to be HUGE! We just have a feeling. Obviously it helps that she's beautiful with none of the awkwardness that usually plagues teenagers AND that her parents are rich and famous Hollywood celebs. If only we could all be so lucky! After catching everyone's eye at the Chanel show last month, [...]

Show the kids at your wedding some extra love with heart-shaped PBJs

For their kid-friendly wedding, Joy said that a friend of theirs cut out heart-shaped PBJs, a little nod to make the kiddos feel extra welcome. I really love this idea for a couple reasons: one, it might help out a parent or two to have some kind of kid-friendly snack around before dinner is finally served. Show More Summary

How Take Our Daughters to Work Day Allowed Men to "Come Out" As Public Parents

In 1993, a small article announcing Take Our Daughters to Work Day in New York City appeared in Parade Magazine. We created that day when I was the president of the Ms. Foundation for Women. The goal: To help stop the slide in girls'...Show More Summary

How to Help Kids Adjust to Changes in Routine When Parents Travel

Many times in a household, one parent, if not both, tend to travel for their job. It can be a random weekend trip or travel that's so frequent, it can seem like that parent spends more time away from their family than at home. In our household, Daddy has a very "non-traditional" job schedule. Show More Summary

10 Strategies to Help Children Define Success for Themselves

Ryan Makhani I recently gave a talk where I asked a group of parents, "What do the following four men have in common?" Peter Diamondis, founder of XPrize and Singularity University Salman Ahmed, Pakistani musician and lead of the band...Show More Summary

Killer Apple Watch app idea: Keep your baby safe

Parents of infants are often worried about keeping them safe and immediately attending to their every need. A smartwatch app could help Mom and Dad rest easy.

Around Town - Anne Summers in Conversation with Elizabeth Broderick

Thu 07 May Elizabeth Broderick has helped to instigate paid parental leave, she started a discussion about pregnancy discrimination and campaigned against domestic...

Which Parent do You Love More?

Parents are told not to favor one child in the family, but there are no rules that govern how children ought to feel about parents. One theory of family relationships can help provide perspective on this surprisingly under-researched area.

Who's Your Favorite Parent?

Parents are told not to favor one child in the family, but there are no rules that govern how children ought to feel about parents. One theory of family relationships can help provide perspective on this surprisingly under-researched area.

Video: Very angry child of male/female divorce attacks 'unnatural' 'homosexual lifestyle,' tells everyone else to 'shut up'

5 days agoLGBT / Gay : Good As You

The anti-gay Federalist website has found another child of a broken heterosexual home who now projects her pain and anger onto gay marriage, families, parents, and children. But wow, this one sure isn't going to help them one iota, as...

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