You’re supposed to feel weepy, forsaken and bereft. And maybe you do. Sometimes. Some days. But many parents are realizing that they also feel exhilarated, freer and, yes, sexier, when their kids grow up, leave home and go out on their own. “It might be an empty nest, but there’s […]
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A New Year Empathy Pledge for Worried Parents The school year may be halfway over, but a new year is right around the corner. Just in time for 2017, parenting expert Michele Borba asks parents to dedicate themselves to raising empathetic kids—and offers a pledge reminding parents that in a […]
Sticking to an exercise routine is not an easy task for everyone. It may be more difficult for stay-at-home moms as they need to juggle the household chores along with raising kids. In the midst of all the activities, allocating an hour’s time or more for workouts isn’t possible on […]
Dear Gretchen: My Eight- year- old daughter came home from school saying her friends told that Santa isn’t real. How do I explain this since she still believes? – Santa’s Helper in New Jersey Dear Santa’s Helper: Last year my nine-year—old son begged me to tell him if Santa was real. […]