Parenting

We actually have the power to learn how to deal with anxiety and change the madness that is threatening to end childhood for our children.

5 Ways To Help Anxiety In Children

We actually have the power to learn how to deal with anxiety and change the madness that is threatening to end childhood for our children. Read...
Lisa Kaplin of Your Tango    |   10.15.18   |   SHARE
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Sometimes, I feel (as many parents do) that I’m doing it wrong.

Why My Son Doesn’t Need ‘Enrichment’ Classes

Others have told me I shouldn’t passively offer classes, but rather insist Ryan pick one. But I just can’t. That’s not how our family operates. Read...
Wendy Kennar of Role Reboot    |   10.12.18   |   SHARE
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Things need to change to increase Black breastfeeding rates.

Before You Tell Black Women To Breastfeed, Consider This

A clear medical bias and the stresses of new motherhood, often leaves Black women unsupported on their breastfeeding journeys. Read...
Rochaun Meadows-Fernandez    |   10.12.18   |   SHARE
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The children, said in unison, “What’s National Coming Out Day?”

Should You Talk To Your Kids About "National Coming Out Day?"

The children, said in unison, “What’s National Coming Out Day?” That’s when my comment when from casual to teaching opportunity. Read...
joni edelman, RN   |   10.11.18   |   SHARE
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My daughter moves unabashedly through this world taking up as much space as she damn well pleases.

I Want To Be Like My 12-Year-Old Daughter When I Grow Up​

My daughter moves unabashedly through this world taking up as much space as she damn well pleases. I want to be like my 12-year-old daughter! Read...
Rachel Cherry White    |   10.9.18   |   SHARE
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I will always be a parent, always the mom, our home will always be their home, but they’ve outgrown life here.

Fear Not The Empty Nest: A Mother's Reflection

I will always be a parent, always the mom, our home will always be their home, but they’ve outgrown life here and that's my new normal. Read...
Trish Cantillon of The Refresh    |   09.21.18   |   SHARE
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I'm afraid of the day that I have to explain sexism to her. I get teary-eyed at the thought of explaining racism to her.

I Feel Like I Owe My Black Daughter An Apology — And She Isn't Even Born Yet​

It's strange to think that at the end of the year I will be the Read...
Rochaun Meadows-Fernandez    |   09.20.18   |   SHARE
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Sorry Moms, You’re Never Not Going To Be Tired Again

Mothers are tired. We are just so, so tired. We are bone-crushingly practically-dead-from-exhaustion tired. Read...
joni edelman, RN   |   09.14.18   |   SHARE
Families