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Practice Mindful Parenting | Mindfulness Techniques | Child Mind Institute

Practice Mindful Parenting | Mindfulness Techniques | Child Mind Institute

Cynthia Braun remembers all too well what weekday mornings used to be like at her house. Since her husband had to leave early for work, it was up to Braun, a pediatrician with a...

The tech-positive parenting movement | Editors' Best of 2019

The tech-positive parenting movement | Editors' Best of 2019

Even though we started Cool Mom Tech in 2010, this past year, we saw an exciting parenting trend emerge: tech-positive parenting. But considering how powerful this movement has...

Why Human Traffickers Prey on Foster-Care Kids

Why Human Traffickers Prey on Foster-Care Kids

January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. When you hear the word trafficking you might immediately think of young children in third world countries who...

Every Educator Deserves Substantive Support - Learning Forward

Every Educator Deserves Substantive Support - Learning Forward

Every Educator Deserves Substantive Support Stephanie Hirsh Uncategorized This is not the first time that President Trump has completely eliminated Title IIA funds in his budget...

How to Make Your Home Safe and Accessible for Young Kids

How to Make Your Home Safe and Accessible for Young Kids

You may feel confident that you’ve done a good job of childproofing your home, but the truth is, you’ve probably missed something. You may also be confident that you understand...

17 Life Balance Tips Every Busy Parent Must Know In 2020

17 Life Balance Tips Every Busy Parent Must Know In 2020

Ready to take that long overdue break and breathe before moving on to a new year? Here are 17 life balance tips you should totally pick up! It's not just the beginning of a new...

How Technology Can Provide Every Student With Transformative Learning Experiences - Education and Career News

How Technology Can Provide Every Student With Transformative Learning Experiences - Education and Career News

Imagine students in a rural school having access to the same electron microscope as their big-city peers. Or a student who’s legally blind working side-by-side with classmates...

When Parent and Child Both Have ADHD | Child Mind Institute

When Parent and Child Both Have ADHD | Child Mind Institute

It’s a story we hear regularly: A child is diagnosed with ADHD and one of his parents, recognizing the symptoms, realizes that he (or she) has the disorder, too. It’s often a...

‘They’re My Safe Place’: Children of Addicted Parents, Raised by Relatives

‘They’re My Safe Place’: Children of Addicted Parents, Raised by Relatives

Continue reading the main story ‘They’re My Safe Place’: Children of Addicted Parents, Raised by Relatives Nearly 27,000 children in Ohio were removed from their homes last...

How To Maximize Your Charitable Giving Under the Tax Law

How To Maximize Your Charitable Giving Under the Tax Law

When the Tax Cut and Jobs Act passed in 2017, taxpayers had to rethink their charitable giving. With the standard deduction for individuals and married couples nearly doubling —...

What It's Like to Be A Parent With PTSD

What It's Like to Be A Parent With PTSD

What It's Like to Be a Parent With PTSD My entrance into motherhood was like reentering a battlefield, only my battlefield existed inside my home. I am a survivor of prolonged...

7 Ways to Nurture Gratitude in Kids

7 Ways to Nurture Gratitude in Kids

Let’s start with a Reality Check: Researchers are seeing a disturbing upsurge of kids who are too spoiled, a bit too unappreciative and less empathetic, a bit too self-centered...