Powerful Post Reminds Parents To Enjoy The Noise While They Can

After a chance encounter with a stranger at the grocery store, one mom is sharing an important lesson with her fellow parents. Media personality and mom of three, Jaime Primak Sullivan, wrote a Facebook post about finding perspective amid the chaos of parenting.  In the post, Sullivan explained she was…

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Can Your Kids Define Empathy? Here’s Why They Need It to Thrive in School and Life

With an election cycle marked by scandals that highlight some of the cruelest, inhumane attitudes a candidate or pundit can have, there aren’t too many channels left on T.V. airing positive, child-appropriate content. For previous generations of children, Sesame Street was their guide, helping kids learn to recognize letters and…

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15 Honest Reasons Women Say They Don’t Want To Get Married

Marriage isn’t for everyone, especially these days. In 2014, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 124.6 million Americans 16 years and older were single ― or 50.2 percent of the population ―  compared with 37.4 percent of the population in 1976.  What’s behind the decision to stay single? Below, 16 women…

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How to “Let Go” of Your Kid As They Head Off to College

Of the innumerable moments in your parenthood journey, saying goodbye to your son or daughter as they leave for college is one of the most significant. Many years and countless hours of preparation have led to this major milestone. In the days and weeks preceding their departure, communication remains paramount….

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Parents Are Worried About Teens Gaming, But Should They Be?

Whether online gaming is bad for teens — as many believe — or actually maybe not so bad — as others believe — the one “take-it-to-the-bank” is that gaming has become a huge part of the entertainment industry and is not likely to go away anytime soon.  And yes, some…

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