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Demystifying Endometriosis

Dr. Lindemann explains what endometriosis is and whether or not you can still get pregnant if you suffer from this painful disease.

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The Benefits of Pre & Postnatal Massage

Massage isn’t just a feel-good activity—there are loads of unexpected advantages for new moms like better sleep, improved lactation and a faster postpartum recovery time.

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As a Single Mom, I Felt like a Failure. Then I Missed My Flight Home.

“Because of my trip, my so-called selfishness, I was the one who failed. I was sick with guilt.”

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New Netflix Movie “Fatherhood” Is a Guaranteed Tearjerker

Kevin Hart stars as a newly widowed dad in film premiering Father’s Day weekend.

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When Should You See a Breastfeeding Counselor?

“The facts are that getting breastfeeding support doesn’t mean you’ve failed or you’re not doing it right—it just means that you want to do it well or better.”

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The Space between a Diagnosis & Not Knowing

“My heart goes out to you. I know how you’re feeling. I know the pain. I know the heartbreak. It’s one of the worst feelings ever. But, hang in there.”

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11 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Becoming a Step-Parent

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For a lot of parents, the idea of becoming a step-parent would be out of the question. But for many others, when the love for a partner and their kids is so great, you don’t question…

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Where Has the Time Gone?

“It’s just been you and me from the start and as we approach your 3rd birthday I can’t help but reflect back on these past few years. And although some days feel like an eternity, I still catch myself wondering, ‘Where has the time gone?’”

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Frida Mom’s Newest Line Is about to Become Your Breast Friend

This new line will help you to breastfeed with less discomfort.

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9 Reasons Moms Need to Get Their Stress in Check

“Just like any job or role in life, being a mom can come with some serious stress. Here are just a few reasons why it’s important to keep your stress in check.”

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To the Mom Parenting a Child with Aggression Issues

“I see your eyes, darkened with sadness, your cheeks, tear-stained from not just the physical pain but the emotional pain. I know your fear. I live it too.”

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Looking for a World Full of Justice & Understanding

“As I send my children out into the world, I know my fears will always be there. But these fears will not stop me from getting my son the services he needs. They won’t stop me from believing that this world can change with knowledge and understanding.”

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What My Assault Taught Me about How I Will Speak to My Children About Consent

“Here are tips to have age-appropriate conversations with children about their bodies, consent, emotional regulation, and coping.”

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What I Did Not Expect In & Out of the Hospital

“We were home and totally excited! We were now a little family of three! What I didn’t know was that this was about to turn into the hardest month of my life.”

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Tiny Birth Stories: We Delivered More Than Just Christmas Cookies

Here are five birth stories that will have you laughing, crying and nodding your head in solidarity. 

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Tiny Birth Stories: The One with the Japanese Highway Birth

Here are five birth stories that will have you laughing, crying and nodding your head in solidarity. 

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Tiny Birth Stories

Here are five birth stories that will have you laughing, crying and nodding your head in solidarity. 

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My Daughter Was the One Who Taught Me How to Parent

“After a year or so of trying to force my square-shaped daughter into a round hole, I took a sharp left turn out of the land of ‘typical parenting’ and into the land of ‘what can I do to help?'”

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Must Have Items That Will Transform Your Labor and Delivery

5 items I brought to my second birth that completely transformed my labor and delivery!

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“Do I Have Time to Run to Lowe’s?” & Other Wild-but-True Real Life Birth Stories

Our new series, Tiny Birth Stories, is aimed at sharing real-life stories from our readers to our readers. In just 100 words or less, we’re bringing you the raw, the funny and the heartwarming stories you’ve lived while bringing babies…

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Raising Anti-Racists: The Work Starts with Me

“My job in raising these white boys is to give them the education to know what racism is, not only so that they can see the privilege that surrounds them, but so that they can do everything they can to stop the injustices happening in our world.”

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Study Shows Parental Touch Reduces Pain Responses in Babies’ Brains

How the baby’s brain processes and reacts to pain depends on their contact with a parent.

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Back to School, Back to Sports! How to Keep Your Kids Safe This Season

We caught up with the Medical Director and an Orthopedic Surgeon at American Hip Institute (AHI) for tips on how to keep your kids safe this sports season, and what to do if you’re concerned they may have an injury.

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Banana Bread Can Save the World

“My son’s despair, like a siren big and loud, showed me the depth of the need we all have for connection. I wanted to sink into all of it right along with him, but then I remembered the one thing in our family that lifts spirits and moves mountains of bad moods into laughter and smiles.”

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Where’s the ‘How to Maintain Your Identity’ Manual?

” It was a mistake to allow motherhood to swallow me whole, but I had no guidance on how to maintain my identity.”

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These Moms Share How They’re Surviving Teething

No matter what you do, teething will happen. Here’s how to handle it, from the experts: moms who have been there!

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Why It’s Ok to Not Be in Control

“Life is rarely convenient or perfect. And it’s OK. Our best decisions aren’t always going to be the best for others. And it’s OK. “

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Trident & T-Pain Team Up to Launch New Limited-Edition Chew Tunes Packs

This new interactive musical experience lets fans create an original beat.

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How to Co-parent & Co-exist with Your Ex

“It is possible to stay friends and co-parent with minimal pain points and conflict with your ex. Here’s how.”

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Celeb Moms Who Had Difficult Pregnancies

Jessica Simpson, Kelly Clarkson, Kate Hudson, what do these celebs have in common aside from their million dollar bank accounts, golden voices and stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame? All three celebrity moms had difficult pregnancies, like millions of…

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These Genius UV Detection Stickers Tell You When to Reapply Sunscreen

Throw these in your purse or your kid’s camp backpack.

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Kim Kardashian Gives Fans a Glimpse Into Breakfast With the Fam

Does this look anything like breakfast at your house?

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Preeclampsia or Paranoia?

“Always call your health care provider if you have a concern about symptoms you may be experiencing no matter how silly, panicked or complicated your question may be.”

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Soccer Star Hope Solo Is Pregnant with Twins

Hope Solo is about to become a soccer mom.

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