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Is it Time for a Family Road Trip?
Parenting / Travel

Is it Time for a Family Road Trip?

Planning a family road trip can be a daunting challenge, not to mention an exercise in patience. However if you prepare ahead of time, the trip can be one of the most memorable experiences of your family’s life. Here are some quick and easy tips for making your family road […]

Seven Essential Strengths of Resilient Kids
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Seven Essential Strengths of Resilient Kids

…and What Parents Can Do to Instill Them Today Kids today are suffering higher levels of depression and psychological distress than their predecessors, and the pandemic only made things worse. But despite the odds, some are able to become “Thrivers.” Parenting expert and best-selling author Dr. Michele Borba gives insights […]

Being an Involved Mom and Still Getting Work Done
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Being an Involved Mom and Still Getting Work Done

You’re a full-time entrepreneur. You’re a devoted mother. You’ve got this! Don’t let the stress of managing your responsibilities bring you down–here’s how to be an involved mom and get work done without damaging your mental health.  Our modern culture is abundant with charming on-screen superheroes who exhibit feats of […]

Mommies- Ensure Child Safety ‘Coz Its Not Just a Rule but a Role
Parenting / SPosts

Mommies- Ensure Child Safety ‘Coz Its Not Just a Rule but a Role

Women will agree with me when I say that kids are quite unpredictable. The fact holds the best when something exciting is on their way at summer’s end, and witnessing such excitement is pretty standard. Your kids are excited to see their friends after an extended period, they’ll be returning […]

Family Communication Starts with Respect
Communication / Parenting / Relationships

Family Communication Starts with Respect

Jamie knew her family had a problem when she realized most of their fights ended in slamming doors, screaming matches, cussing, and the occasional breaking of someone’s property. At first, Jamie felt angry and helpless. This wasn’t what she’d envisioned when she’d dreamed of starting her own family as a […]

Raising Compassionate Leaders tackles race & diversity issues
From the Editor / Parenting

Raising Compassionate Leaders tackles race & diversity issues

Platform launches website & training programs to help parents & children understand culture, diversity, inclusion & more a leading resource for parents to foster dialogue around diversity and inspire children to respect different cultures, interact from an inclusive perspective, and protect themselves and others from harmful “isms” (racism, classism, ableism, […]

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