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Scoops related to parenting
Curated by RJ Lavallee
|Rescooped by RJ Lavallee from Woodbury Reports Review of News and Opinion Relating To Struggling Teens|
One mom says pervasiveness of social media is "frightening" and moderating teens' usage can be tricky
Read closely, but put into context that there has always been a bogeyman in every generation of parenting.
Understandable yet misguided editorial. First: it's not experimenting because there's no control group. Second: it's all any adult does with kids; doing to kids what we think is best at the time.
My parents and grandparents knew just what kind of adult they should be at 25. I don’t - but it’s not my fault
It may not be their fault, but, oi vay.
The controversy over University of Oklahoma students reciting a racist chant revealed a key difference in approaches to parenting.
In this era of Intensive Parenting, the appearance is important, but CNN raises a great question.
Children with parents overly involved in their lives tend to be less physically active, a study finds.
The more time children spend in structured, parent-guided activities, the worse their ability to work productively towards self-directed goals.
Parents HEAR this message. Why do so few heed it?
Parents, it’s your turn to experience report card anxiety—or satisfaction—as your kids get to grade you in a viral new exercise for...
Why not?! Every relationship, even with your kids, is about dialog.