Former North Charleston Police Officer Michael Slager Murder Trial

Opinion  14 December '16

What You Need To Know About Child Custody In A Divorce

This article provides basic information on the need-to-know facts about child custody in a divorce battle.

A Child of Divorce...

Opinion  13 December '16

Communication Tips for Divorced Parents: Easing the Stress of Divorce on Children

If you are divorced, regardless of whatever has taken place between the two of you, for the sake of your children it is important to find the best possible way to communicate as you co-parent. This is rarely easy but can go a long way towards easing the stress of the divorce for your children and giving them the stability of having a good relationship with both of their parents.

Evelyn & Juliette, 11 months old

Opinion  14 December '16

11 New Year Resolutions That Actually Work for Parents of Twins

Twins can be one baby too much! With two little humans around, things can definitely get out of hand. This article talks about all the resolutions parents of twins could consider, so that their babies won't have a dose of double trouble but twice the goodness life can offer!

One-Room School Struggles With IRS Error

Opinion  12 December '16

How To Help Students Maintain A School And Life Balance

Education technology pioneer and wyzPREP CEO Todd Rothman discusses the importance of preserving a school and life balance for kids and how this can be achieved.

Helicopter Parents:

Opinion  5 December '16

Parenting Teenagers: The Thin Line Between Enabling And Being Overprotective

Knowing how to walk the line between enabling risky behaviors, on the one hand, and being too overprotective, on the other, is a delicate balancing act. That is because the middle ground between implicitly encouraging (enabling) a child to binge drink, experiment with drugs, or make other unsafe choices and sheltering them too much from the necessary risks of adolescence can seem narrow, indeed.


Opinion  24 November '16

Human Traffickers Hidden At The Back Of An Avid Supporter In 5 Disguises To Lure Vulnerable Victims

Exploiters get to know a youth's vulnerabilities in order to become the person that the child desires to have in their life.

Maternity Health Infographic

Opinion  18 November '16

National Prematurity Awareness Month: Reflecting on the Importance of Healthy Pregnancies

Preterm births and infant-mortality rates have declined in recent years, but we need to do more to help parents and health care providers recognize the risks associated with non-medically indicated preterm deliveries.

Health Benefits of Fish Oil

Opinion  3 November '16

Nutrition’s Emerging Role in Concussion Treatment

Aside from traditional protocols such as resting and gradually increasing activity, certain nutrients may help treat or even lessen the severity of concussions.

The Best Gifts for Children

Opinion  2 November '16

Five A-Plus Gifts Parents Can Give To Their Children

Material gifts are good and can bring much enjoyment, but it is the ‘invisible' gifts which usually make the most lasting and beneficial impression on our children.

Campbell Family

Opinion  28 October '16

How To Properly Relate With Your Children

Our relationship with our children is crucial. It primarily affects how they relate with other people.

Reportage alongside Sonia Rochel, a pediatric nursing assistant in Paris, France, who has developed a unique approach to bathing....

Opinion  9 November '16

5 Excellent Ways To Teach Your Baby To Self-Soothe

Baby self-soothing has reached almost mythical status. There are those that doubt it's real, while others swear by its effectiveness. In this article, we explore the realities of baby self-soothing, and how you can help teach your child the same.

A Bullied Child

Opinion  25 October '16

How To Prepare Your Child To Handle Bullying

When it comes to bullying, we need to talk to our kids and get ready with a plan before it starts bothering us.

Is Homeschooling Good For Your Kids?

Opinion  19 October '16

How Homeschooling Works For MyFamily

Homeschooling has become more “mainstream” than ever before. Currently there are 1.7 million kids being homeschooled in the U.S. alone. And that number is growing yearly.

Healthy Food Vs. Instant Baby Food

Opinion  21 October '16

An Eye-Opener: Why I Moved From Processed Baby Foods To Home-Cooked Nutrition

As parents, we are so careful about anything related to our children and their safety. The one area we sometimes turn a blind eye is their food. Do you think you know what you're feeding your baby? Keep reading to find out why it's not what it seems to be.

Internet Addiction

Opinion  14 October '16

Parenting Tips: How To Protect Your Kids From The Internet Now That It's Something You Can't Live Without

We are in a different age. The Internet has been a part of our lives and will continue so. We need to teach our kids how to use the Internet and what to watch out for. I believe warning our kids about pornography is No. 1. I hope you do, too.

2016 Royal Tour To Canada Of The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge - Vancouver, British Columbia

Opinion  14 October '16

Parenting Tips: On Naming Your Child And Why You Should Be Considerate In Doing It

Here's what you need to know before naming your baby.

ABC’s “Modern Family” – Season Four

Opinion  17 October '16

What's So Trendy About Baby Names That Everyone Went Crazy Over It?

What’s in a name? The latest happenings around the world, we would say. Going by this trend, the name-influencers in 2016 have been varied, right from the American presidential elections, to the Olympics, television series such as Game of Thrones, and of course Pokemon Go!

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