The Psychopath Test: One Psychologist Has the Answer He lives next door, is an excellent liar, and is only pretending to care how your parents are doing. No, not your ex, but rather a real-life psychopath. Most don’t realize that psychopaths are rarely tucked away in high security prisons, but...
As the oldest of five children, Jocelyn Paonita Pearson knew her parents didn't have a lot of money to pay for her college education. "I basically wasted an entire year and had almost nothing to show for it," Pearson says. The one success story she had that year was a local organization's essay-based scholarship, which led Pearson to change her strategy.
Nestled amongst the many useful parenting tips in Ivana Trump's new memoir, Raising Trump, is the revelation that Trump's eldest daughter Ivanka reportedly had a "punk phase" — during which she loved Nirvana and dyed her hair blue (for about five seconds), she writes in her mom's book. One problem, Ivanka dear: Nirvana is grunge, not punk. Show More Summary
Experts say it's important to set limits on kids' phone use
There is no such thing as a perfect mom, but there are all types of GREAT moms out there - and they each have their own particular tips and tricks for making it work. One common theme: There is no shame in putting yourself first once in a while, or even on a regular basis. Show More Summary
Toddler tantrums are no joke — unless the TODAY Parenting Team's funny moms Cat and Nat are venting about them! Here are their spot-on tips for coping.
A newborn can bring a whirlwind of activity and excitement to your life — and plenty of stress and fatigue, too. Whether you’re a first-time parent or a veteran, consider 10 practical tips to keep stress under control. 1. Take care of yourself Resist the urge to count caffeine as a major food group or... Read More »
Christine and I share 9 tips for understanding and supporting kids both as siblings and individuals.
Building an effective parent-school relationship works both ways. Navigating the confusing world of special education and the IEP process is difficult and stressful. Positive collaboration by all players is in Continue Reading ?
Christine and I share 8 tips for how parents can help kids handle disappointment without hovering or over-protecting.
By SwimSwam on SwimSwam If you are a coach and your son or daughter is on your team, this article is not for you. This is for us on the sidelines, the parents who give their swimmers tips, thinking we’ll help our kids improve. This is...Show More Summary
The prospect of becoming a parent can be overwhelming. In this Spotlight feature, we give some basic but vital tips to help you to weather the storm.
Don't believe the hype, raising teens can be awesome! I was so grateful to receive truly awesome teen parenting advice from some seriously brilliant friends. Tune into the broadcast to hear about the 10 tips, and below the video are links to things I mentioned. Show More Summary
Hurricane Irma has just tore through many Carribbean islands and disaster recovery effort there is underway. The dangerous storm is heading toward the Southeast United States. Parents and caregivers who live in the impact area should talk to their children about the hurricane and take immediate steps to keep them safe. Here are our tips... Read More »
Now that school's back in session, parents may find themselves scrambling for quick and easy meal solutions before the morning bus and after school.
As a parent, there are few things more important to us than our families safety. We put latches on windows, remove choking hazards and install burglar alarms in our home to protect against intruders. We research the food our baby eats, the chemicals in their products and the materials they wear. All in all, we... Read More »
Here are some tips for getting back into the school year. The post Parenting for an #Epic Back to School Transition appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Submitted by MelissaOrlov on 08/31/2017. Anger, Frustration & ADHD Conflicts Around Household Tasks Negotiation and Setting Boundaries It is REALLY hard to wait for an ADHD partner to learn to get him or herself better organized. I know I just always wanted to jump in and provide suggestions. Show More Summary
Keeping tabs on a young new driver is easier than it used to be, thanks to several new apps and services intended for nervous parents.
By SwimSwam on SwimSwam Independence is one of the greatest gifts we can give our children. Let’s get them prepared for their next great adventure. Here’s my list of the “top things kids need to know before going to college.” Read the full story on SwimSwam: 11 Tips for Swim Parents on What Our Kids Need to Know Before College