What I know is that because I experienced what I did, I understand the heart of another in the way only those who share a history of childhood abuse can. In this I am certain: if I can do it, so can you.
Kids in the House and Yalda T. Uhls want to bring attention to the challenges of parenting in a digital age. As parents, how do you stay relevant in the digital age and how do you deal with your kids’ constant consumption of digital media?
One of the biggest gifts motherhood has given me is an improved ability to deal with hard times.
When I said that I was getting ready to go on stage at a conference I was running and couldn't get to school before it let out for the day, the assistant high school principal on the other end of the line told me that maybe it was time I made my son my priority. She has no idea.
Here you will find seven ways to help raise emotionally healthy children so they are able to cope and understand instead of becoming upset, having hurt feelings, or developing negative attention seeking behaviors.
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Think twice before sharing secrets with your children, or saying anything at all. Kids have the ability to turn your words into tabloid news in a matter of minutes.
Before we left the hospital with Lev, the nurse gave us a little lecture about how important it is not to shake the baby. We've all read about awful incidents in the newspaper often enough to realize why the state has now mandated this little chat with new parents--though I found it odd that they not only explain it, but make both parents sign a document promising we would not violently shake Lev.
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When my children were small, the phrase "Not MY child!" could be heard from even the most effective and devoted parents. I must confess, I can be included in the list of those parents.
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Now, with the advent of tablets, apps and digital games, children have fewer opportunities for guided play. American parents seem to believe that technology is a boon to their children: If it has a battery, a toy must be superior to one without.
There's nothing to see here. Just a nine-month pregnant woman making her way in the world so that her daughter one day has all the opportunities afforded to every male counterpart she encounters.
Autism, to me, is not a disease or a condition but a strategy to deal with the universal and endless challenge of being human, of getting along and having free.
If you are administration, make sure teachers know they are more than their test scores. If you are a parent, support schools as they experiment with different strategies of implementation as we seek a more rational place with testing.
These kids, man -- they take you on a wild ride. Maybe I thought I was getting on one ride, but they show me everyday, it is definitely some other ride. Even my child who currently gives a damn -- that ride with him is still challenging in its own ways.