Dr. Grossman used the question-and-answer session to give parents much appreciated and sometimes humorous, very practical advice on how to teach their children about “the birds and the bees.”
By Jocelyn Baird, NextAdvisor.com Summer is drawing to a close, which means children across the country will be lacing up new sneakers and sitting down in new desks for the start of another school year. Parents have enough to worry about...Show More Summary
This time of year can be as intense for parents as for kids as everyone struggles to get ready for school. These tips will make it easier.
Being involved in your child’s education is imperative for their success. The post Fathers: 7 Tips to Step Your Parenting Game UP This School Year appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Hoping to capture the buying power of the parents of all the little Avas and Liams being born these days? Then make sure you’re addressing millennials – who comprise the majority of today’s new moms and dads. I’ve been immersed … [Read more...] The post 3 Tips for Marketing to Millennial Moms and Dads appeared first on Lindsey Pollak.
Photo by Jeff Hollman Some parents are supercharged extroverts. Others are more quiet introverted people. But all parents are busy from the time they wake up to the time they go to bed. From the morning wake-up call, to making breakfast,...Show More Summary
Back-to-school season is stressful for all parents but it's a little more complicated when you're divorced: Who's doing the annual trek to Target to load up on school supplies -- and more importantly, who's paying? Are both of you listed...Show More Summary
Bonnie Lathram As part of our Smart Parents series (and our culminating book, Smart Parents: Parenting for Powerful Learning), we have been discovering new tools, tips and even BOOKS for little ones that teach new skills, ways of learning and looking at the world. Show More Summary
After leading a parenting group at work, Joe DeProspero discovered three great tips to help balance family and career. The post Three Tips From A Working Father For Achieving Work/Life Balance appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The tradition of the groom's parents hosting the rehearsal dinner is going the way of a lot of traditions: out the door. Some grooms have no parents, sometimes the bride's parents handle it, sometimes the couples themselves handle it, and sometimes there isn't a groom in the equation at all. Show More Summary
It’s back-to-school time, and, for many students, that means that many parents will be packing lunches for their kids again. Leaving food at room temperature can cause bacteria to grow to dangerous levels that can cause illness. Bacteria grow most rapidly in the range of temperatures between 40 degrees F and 140 degrees F, doubling... Continue Reading
Back to school time is filled with the excitement of new backpacks, teachers, and reunions with friends. But for lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender parents and students that excitement can be accompanied by anxiety and fear. New schools, classmates, and teachers may also mean coming out again to unknowing peers. Show More Summary
No matter how well adjusted parents and children are, the start of the school year is a time of high stress. Families have been operating in a slower gear all summer and now the pace will change dramatically. Parents may feel surprised...Show More Summary
Where did the summer go? Fall is just around the corner and "back to school" is on many parent's minds. The challenge is getting school back on the mind of your "live-in" student. If you want your child to hit the ground running academically this school year, then it's time to retrain their brain. Show More Summary
How can parents help their kids cope with back-to-school jitters and also calm their own anxieties? The TODAY Parenting Team is here to help!
I’m partnering with @FollettNews and @SimplyBeingMom for a great back-to-school Twitter party. We’ll be discussing tips for a seamless back-to-school transition and sharing experiences with fellow parents–plus giving away some really...Show More Summary
It's back-to-school season! According to the American Express Spending & Saving Tracker, parents anticipate spending a whopping average of $1,239 on school gear for their kids, up 24% since 2010! That's a lot of money, and a big incentive for finding ways to save on back-to-school...
Parents grasp the idea that only suckers pay full price.
Effective communication isn’t just a free-for-all and it certainly isn’t a no-holds-barred argument where disrespect from your children is tolerated in an effort to show you’re an enlightened and modern parent. It’s important to set rules, guidelines or boundaries for these interactions with your kids. Show More Summary