It takes a community to raise a child, but how much help should parents accept?
Keeping the kids entertained may be doing more harm than good.
This has to change – because parents’ wellbeing impacts their kids
Because you love them and want the best for them.
Five important things to take note of.
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Parental unity shows children how to love.
Each fight can be a teachable moment.
There is no cure, but the severity and frequency can be mitigated.
Beside an irritable pregnant woman is likely a very patient father-to-be.
Yes, because we are already a media-free family.
With summer coming, parents can expect to have messier homes.
Accepting authority is virtuous, but not all authorities are equal.
80 per cent of American mothers consider staying at home or working only part-time as ideal.
Church attendance exerts a consistent and positive effect on five measures of child development.
Smart move – excessive screen-time can lead to obesity, aggression and depression.
Parents must become a better resource than others available to their children.
Hopefully not just their iPad.
Non-traditional family forms may compromise children’s well-being.
Four points from an obviously wonderful mother.
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