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Regulating emotions can be difficult for any child, those with more of a natural inclination to anger can have an especially difficult time. It is our job as parents to find ways to not only help them calm down when becoming upset, but to help them learn to calm themselves in any given situation. Show More Summary
If you thought you were victim to unsolicited advice while you were trying to get pregnant, that's nothing compared to all of the "gems" you hear once people know that you're officially a mom-to-be. Pretty much as soon as your pregnancy...Show More Summary
Last time, I shared with y’all my fears and frustrations about raising a black son in America. On the one hand, I’m excited about the possibility of being a parent. But, on the other hand, I wonder how my children will navigate a society that sometimes views them with an air of suspicion. So I decided Keep Reading ?
Here’s a parenting tip we bet most of you haven’t heard before… New parents will try just about anything when it comes to keeping their infants content, but one thing
ADHD & Marriage Weekly Tip - April 21, 2016 Quote of the Week “Bad emotions, bad parents, and bad feedback have more impact than good ones, and bad information is processed more thoroughly than good. The self is more motivated to avoid...Show More Summary
For many university students, heading to the dorm will be the first time they spend any substantial amount of time living anywhere but in their parents house. As such, it can be a pretty dramatic shift in lifestyle. One place that can be negatively affected is sleep. Show More Summary
A suburban Cleveland man (who apparently gets all his parenting tips from George Bluth ) had a friend pose as a threatening ex-convict during a test to see whether his teenagers would let a stranger into their home, prompting them to jump out a window and call 911, police say....
Nearly one in five teens experiences depression, but parents can find it difficult to broach the subject. Here are The Onion’s tips for talking to your teen about depression: Begin your conversation with something as simple as an observation,...Show More Summary
When Paula Wallace founded the Savannah College of Art and Design, she was 29 and had been working as an elementary school teacher in Atlanta. She opened SCAD's doors with the funds from her parents' retirement nest egg and, according to Georgian folklore, the profits from her banana... Continue reading
Teenage is the phase of life when kids confront with different mental and physical changes. This is the age that going to decide their future. Parenting teenage kids is the toughest task as many parents don't get any clue how and when to limit their kids. Show More Summary
HuffPost's new parent-child interview series Talk To Me examines the close and often complex relationships between parents and their kids, and encourages sons and daughters around the world to make time to interview their parents. In...Show More Summary
I have one of those jobs I don't really talk about at cocktail parties — especially around suburban parents with young children.
Experts have identified three tips that could help parents communicate big news to their adult kids, while making sure that their relationship grows stronger: providing access to information, relating as peers, and communicating with candor.
Asha Dornfest runs the Parent Hacks blog and she's collected some of her best tips into a new book, Parent Hacks: 134 Genius Shortcuts for Life with Kids. A parent hack can be as simple as putting the ketchup under the hot dog, minimizing the mess. Show More Summary
Don’t feel tied to the house all day! Suggest outings your baby will enjoy and your single friends will grudgingly tolerate. Connect with other parents. They can relate to your struggles, give great advice, and won’t hold the fact that...Show More Summary
If you asked TODAY contributor Jenna Bush Hager or her twin sister how they turned out to be the women they are today, they'd point you to one woman: their mom.
Vroom, an app specifically for parent of kids from birth through age 5, has been downloaded more than 50,000 times in nearly 140 countries since it went live 18 months ago. The preponderance of reviews give it the maximum five stars...
As a parenting coach, I get the following question a lot: As a working mother of three, "mommy care" is usually the last thing on my to-do list. More often than not, I don't get to it! What are some self-care tips for busy moms? Here's...Show More Summary