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Too young for social media - how to keep kids safe when other parents don't care - Slummy single mummy

Too young for social media - how to keep kids safe when other parents don't care - Slummy single mummy

After last week’s very emotional story from the mum who doesn’t think having her kids was worth it, I thought it might be good to tackle a more practical parenting issue in...

The Parenting Paradox - The Good Men Project

The Parenting Paradox - The Good Men Project

“Dad, I don’t want to go on any of those silly adventures with you this summer,” my teenager said as she ripped out my heart and danced on it.  My gasp alerted her that she...

10 Reasons You Shouldn’t Hand A Mobile Phone to Your Young Children. - Sue Atkins The Parenting Coach

10 Reasons You Shouldn’t Hand A Mobile Phone to Your Young Children. - Sue Atkins The Parenting Coach

I was invited to talk on BBC Radio Wales about children as young as 5 being bought their own mobile phones. An Adelaide technology company says it has sold 25,000 of its...

3 Levels of Connectivity K–12 Schools Should Consider

3 Levels of Connectivity K–12 Schools Should Consider

The increasing digitalization of education has put even more emphasis on internet access in K–12 schools, leading more school districts, nonprofits and government agencies to...

How Can I Best Parent a Child Who Is at Risk for a Mental Health Disorder?

How Can I Best Parent a Child Who Is at Risk for a Mental Health Disorder?

One of the topics readers most often ask me to write about is anxiety and mental health—both our own and that of our kids. This week’s Parental Advisory question mirrors a...

5 Tips for Coping with Toddler Tantrums | The Busy Papa

5 Tips for Coping with Toddler Tantrums | The Busy Papa

Free will is a real pain, huh? As soon as kids get it, it is all about the no’s and the why’s and what’s; of course this is frustrating as the timing is always at the worst...

‘If something happens to me, what will happen to my girls?’

‘If something happens to me, what will happen to my girls?’

“The siblings are always forgotten,” says Lynn McDonald, referring to her daughter Ellie, who is 11, as we discuss Lynn’s role as carer for youngest daughter, Daisy, who is...

20 Indisputable Reasons Why Paid Family Leave is Good For Babies, Parents, Companies and Everyone Else

20 Indisputable Reasons Why Paid Family Leave is Good For Babies, Parents, Companies and Everyone Else

By now you probably know that the U.S. is the only developed country without paid maternity leave. But what you might not know is just how much that policy hurts everyone—not...

Experts say widely used reading curriculum is failing kids

Experts say widely used reading curriculum is failing kids

Most Americans have likely never heard of Lucy Calkins, but their children's teachers probably have. Calkins, a professor of education at Columbia University, has created one of...

3 Things to Consider Before You Take Experts' Parenting Advice, From a Parenting Expert

3 Things to Consider Before You Take Experts' Parenting Advice, From a Parenting Expert

These are the perfect questions to ask yourself before you act on somebody else's parenting advice. We have access to more advice, opinions and information than any other...

Why Winging-It is an Exhausting Parenting Strategy

Why Winging-It is an Exhausting Parenting Strategy

What is your parenting strategy? Are you proactive or reactive? One makes life a huge gamble and leaves you scrambling; the other helps you be better prepared to handle the...

3 Ways That Districts Can Support Learning With Meaningful Tech Use

3 Ways That Districts Can Support Learning With Meaningful Tech Use

As disparities in technology and connectivity continue to shrink in U.S. schools, another significant edtech divide is opening up related to opportunities for all students to...