Working from Home and Being a Good Parent


by Jason C. Evans Parenting is hard in and of itself. But working from homewith young children amid the COVID-19 outbreak is an extra challenging new reality for parents. Productivity can take a big hit,

Working from Home and Being a Good Parent2020-10-12T15:44:04+00:00

Trampoline Parks – Yes or No?


In a 2016 study published in Pediatrics, researchers found that in 2010, there were 581 emergency department visits for trampoline park injuries (TPIs). Just four years later, in 2014, there were nearly 7,000.

Trampoline Parks – Yes or No?2019-08-02T16:52:39+00:00

Why Moms Sacrifice Sleep for ‘Alone’ Time


Commentary by Stephanie Andre As I write this, it’s 12:30 AM. I should be sleeping, but instead, I’m working. Tonight it’s work, but tomorrow it might just be catching up on mindless television, such as

Why Moms Sacrifice Sleep for ‘Alone’ Time2019-07-31T18:01:59+00:00

How to Handle a Defiant Child


All parents have been there. Your child throws a tantrum at the worst time. Talks back in front of others. You’re embarrassed, enraged and at a loss all at the same time.

How to Handle a Defiant Child2018-08-01T19:16:40+00:00

How ADHD Can Display Differently: Boys vs. Girls


Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a condition that affects adults and children nationwide. Various medical and governmental agencies estimate that between five and 11 percent of children in the United States suffer from ADHD.

How ADHD Can Display Differently: Boys vs. Girls2018-08-01T15:15:42+00:00

Teaching your son respect


Parenting is often a learn-as-you-go process, especially for new parents. As a parent of a boy, teaching him respect has to be a continual, lifelong process. It's one of the most important lessons he can learn.

Teaching your son respect2018-04-10T16:47:42+00:00
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