raising children

Parent-shaming has exploded in recent years.

Parent-Shaming Is Changing The Way We Raise Children

Parent-shaming has exploded in recent years. The advent of social media has made it easier than ever to shame strangers anonymously. Read...
Liz Greene of Role Reboot    |   01.7.19   |   SHARE
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A girl is young, cute, flippant, naive, playful. A woman is grounded, mature, adult, capable.

What You're Really Doing When You Refer To Women As Girls

One slip up is all of our own doing, and has been called out by actress and neuroscientist, Mayim Bialik: Stop calling women ‘girls.' Read...
Maggie Kelly of Mamamia    |   05.24.17   |   SHARE
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As toddlers, they want their own way 100% of the time — that’s their primary objective in life.

Parenting Mistakes: Giving Kids Too Many Choices

For years my partner told me that I gave my kids too many choices. Read...
Kim Chartres of SHESAID    |   05.17.17   |   SHARE
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11 Myths On How To Raise Respectful Children

Is it just me, or is our society’s youth today really struggling with respect? I’ve worked with kids for years and I’ve got three children of my own Read...
Tamar Saperstein    |   01.22.16   |   SHARE
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The 10 Signs That Your Child Is A Brat

Though raising a child today is tough, I strongly believe that all of us, parents and otherwise, must take responsibility for ensuring that children Read...
Gene Del Vecchio of The Good Men Project    |   07.14.15   |   SHARE
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5 Ways Kids Who Grew Up With A Single Parent Love Differently

Children of single parents grow up seeing a very different example of romantic love than those who grew up in a "normal" household. Namely, none at Read...
Bob Alaburda of Your Tango    |   07.10.15   |   SHARE
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Ravish Me This . . . Top 5 Reads Of The Week

Crowd-sourced porn, genderqueer dissections, and some good old-fashioned advice on how not to throttle your insomniac toddler. Read...
Katie Tandy   |   04.18.15   |   SHARE
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The Epic Myth Of The Sleeping Toddler

It seems that "at 18 months, almost 60% of toddlers were sleeping for 13 to 14 hours per night." HAHA you're so funny Reuters! Read...
Joni Edelman    |   04.15.15   |   SHARE
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