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You’ve probably heard that having dinner together as a family is a good thing for your kids, but you may not realize that it could change your child’s life.
Named one of Time magazine’s “27 People Bridging Divides Across America,” Jason Marsh has been an integral part of the Greater Good Science Center (GGSC) at the University of California, Berkeley, for nearly 20 years. In addition to Jason’s position at the GGSC, he also plays a purposeful role at home as dad to his 13-year-old daughter, Sarah.
Children start to learn financial habits from their parents at a young age. Here’s how to teach yours to be money-wise…
Setting effective limits is an important part of parenting. Dr. Laura Markham discusses the potential pitfalls of permissive parenting.
Kids aren’t the only ones who suffer from separation anxiety. Here are 12 tips to help you manage your own separation anxiety as a parent.
Stress isn’t just affecting parents, it’s also having an impact on kids. Clinical Psychologist Dr. Laura Markham shares 12 simple strategies to help protect your family.
Every parent loses their patience and yells at their kids at times, but is it damaging and what can we do to keep our anger in check? A parenting and childhood development expert weighs in.
Women’s Health and TCM expert, Josie Bouchier, shares 5 self-care tips for the New Year.
Montessori educator Christina Clemer shares five simple tips for creating a Montessori-friendly setup at home that promotes independence and proactive learning.