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7 Tips for Talking to Kids about LGBTQ

“Even at an early age you can teach the value of empathy and respect for others, as well as open the door for any future conversations regarding their own identity.”

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It’s Time to Stop Using This Word

“My daughter is worthy. She is deserving of everything life has to offer. She is different but not less: if anything she is more.”

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Study Shows Streaming Services Help Improve Mental Health

Those surveyed said these services help with looking after their mental wellbeing. 

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“The Week Junior” Offers Free Resource for Kids About the Protests

The magazine’s mission is to report on what is happening in the world, in an age-appropriate manner.

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Science Says You Should Grab Your Bestie & Hang Out—at Least Twice a Week

Go ahead and schedule that moms night out ASAP, because science says it’s good for your health.

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Feeling Down? Try Cleaning. This Research Says It Makes You Happy

Cleaning creates a sense of satisfaction, but it’s not just because you can see the floor again.

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The Truth Behind Neuropsychological Testing

Has your child been referred for a neuropsychological evaluation? If so, Dr. Kimberly Berens wants you to read this first.

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10 Things That Happen When You Encourage Solo Play

According to experts, it’s better for your little ones and their imagination if you start fostering their independence by giving them time to play alone.

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Here’s Why You Should Never Stop Playing

Turns out, playtime isn’t just beneficial to kids but adults (and grandparents!) as well.

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How to Help Kids Handle Their Emotions

There’s a learning curve when it comes to regulating feelings.

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10 Tips for Raising an Independent Thinker

Raising kids who march to the beat of their own drums can be a delicate balancing act.

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The Secret to Raising Kids Without Losing Your Cool? Parent Like the Inuit

We can learn so much from this parenting style from our friends up north.

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What Our Kids Are Trying to Tell Us—by How They Treat Their Siblings

“If there is ever going to be a behavioral change, it was critical that my friend talk to her daughter about her actions.”

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Here’s What Disney Princesses Would Look Like if They Had Modern Careers

Get ready to see your fave princesses like you’ve never seen them before.

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11 Positive Parenting Tactics to Try First—Before You Lose Your Cool

Positive parenting helps to create children who have a healthy self-esteem, are less aggressive and who tend to have better family bonds.

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Why Do We Love Trader Joe’s So Much? It’s All a Clever Mind Game

The beloved grocery store has some big tricks up their sleeves.

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This Little Girl’s Photos for Black History Month Are Adorably Powerful

What started as a mother-daughter bonding experience became so much more.

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If Your Baby’s Laughter Sounds a Little Wild to You, Science Has the Reason Why

There’s nothing quite like the sound of a babies laughing.

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Here’s Why the “Moms & Wine” Meme Might Not Be So Funny Anymore

There are plenty of jokes about moms and wine, but alcohol use among women is no laughing matter.

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How to Resolve Sibling Rivalry

These tips will help you navigate the war and bring peace (mostly) back to your household.

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The Secret to Getting Your Kids to Do Their Chores—Without Asking

When it comes to getting your kids to do their chores, the struggle is real.

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Now Open: Museum of Failure

A poignant exhibit of reality, the Museum of Failure celebrates all the wonderful products that failed to succeed.

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Why Moms Need to Crush Their Goals

So you’re a mom and you put your life completely on hold because you have a child. You have dreams that you want to pursue. Places that you want to see. Businesses that you want to start. But you’re a…

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Crying Is Actually Good For You, According to Science

Sometimes we all just need a good long cry.

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These Are the Qualities You Need to Thrive Under Stress, According to Science

Find out if you have what it takes to battle stress and win.

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Here’s Why a Beach Trip Makes You Happier, According to Science

Plan a day of surf and sand if you want to combat stress and give your mood a boost.

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Kids Not Behaving? Psychologist Says Teaching Empathy Can Help

We all know kids misbehave sometimes, but here’s one way to get them to stop.

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Girl Scouts’ Guide Helps Parents Talk to Daughters About Weight and Body Image

Talking to your daughter about body image isn’t easy, but the Girls Scouts have your back.

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Millenial Dads Believe in Equal Parenting & the Study is Fascinating

Moms may know best, but dads are slowly catching up according to this latest research.

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