iOS app Android app

Parenting Myths

Enjoy Every Minute Of It? Do You Even Have Kids?

M. Blazoned | Posted 04.08.2016 | Parents
M. Blazoned

What you can do is pause every now and again during a moment you are enjoying and suck the life out of it. Memorize it. Every detail.

4 Myths and 1 Truth About Teens

Joyce Linder | Posted 05.29.2015 | Parents
Joyce Linder

Kids want to feel that their parents are proud of them. The number one thing they crave is for you to not just love them, but like them too. The truth is when they feel liked and respected, they will bend over backwards to please you.

Parenting Facts and Fairy Tales

Marilynn Halas | Posted 11.18.2014 | Parents
Marilynn Halas

We've all been there. You look at your new baby and deep joy settles into your soul, but the days to come may not be exactly what you planned. The joy is soon colored by the realities of sleep deprivation, worry and more advice than any human being could ever possibly use.

The Parenting Myth That Drives Me Crazy

Parenting.com | Posted 07.02.2013 | Parents
Parenting.com

Motherhood didn't end my growth or goals. It didn't water down my identity or stop me from traveling. My suitcase is heavier, as are my responsibilities, but nothing feels impossible.

WATCH: The 3 Biggest Parenting Myths

John Medina, Ph.D. | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
John Medina, Ph.D.

If you understand that the brain is interested foremost in survival, and that the brain has a deep need for relating to others, the things that best develop your baby's brain will make sense.