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Post Divorce Experiences: Become an Active Participant in Life! - Divorce Magazine

Post Divorce Experiences: Become an Active Participant in Life! - Divorce Magazine

Post-divorce is a turbulent time in one’s life. There are too many tasks and too little time to get everything done.  It takes less energy to plop down on the couch and view...

This Is How Long It Takes New Parents to Get a Good Night's Sleep Again

This Is How Long It Takes New Parents to Get a Good Night's Sleep Again

It takes six years before new parents get a good night’s sleep again, according to a new study. Because even once the night feedings end, children still wake up sick and have...

‘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...

How to prepare a child for the death of a parent by cancer

How to prepare a child for the death of a parent by cancer

How to prepare a child for the death of a parent by cancer 4th February 2019 Advice , blog It will inevitably be very difficult for children and young people when a parent is...

How Families Influence a Child’s Risk of Internet Abuse

How Families Influence a Child’s Risk of Internet Abuse

Our research suggests that positive parenting characterized by high levels of dialogue may work as a protective factor against Internet Abuse in particular. Across 25 European...

13 Life Lessons Dads Learned From Being Parents in 2019

13 Life Lessons Dads Learned From Being Parents in 2019

For dads, life lessons come in all shapes and sizes. Some are simple: don’t change a baby facing the wind. Others are more complex: Your moods effect your kids in ways you can’t...

The Problem with the Culture Problem | Oren Cass

The Problem with the Culture Problem | Oren Cass

Shorthand is convenient, but sometimes it confuses. In the game of telephone, by which ideas evolve through repetition and iteration across generations, words can take on new...

Why do we pretend that one-parent families are no big deal?

Why do we pretend that one-parent families are no big deal?

In the New York Times today, Christina Cross writes about “The Myth of the Two-Parent Home.” Her overall point is the single-parent homes aren’t the hellholes they’re made out...

Single parents on the struggles of their children leaving home and what to do next

Single parents on the struggles of their children leaving home and what to do next

As a single mother, I thought I was programmed to relish time to myself. It was a hangover from the intensity of the baby and toddler years. Given the opportunity, I’d very...

One in four children grow up in a single-parent family – so why is there still a stigma?

One in four children grow up in a single-parent family – so why is there still a stigma?

Given that one in four children now grow up in one-parent homes and that 42% of marriages end in divorce you might expect prejudice against single parents to be a thing of the...

The New Fatherhood Is Not Benefiting Children Who Need It Most

The New Fatherhood Is Not Benefiting Children Who Need It Most

Child support data from the Census Bureau reveals that the new fatherhood is not benefiting the 18 million boys and girls who reside with their birth mothers but not their...

The Black-White Divide in Suspensions: What Is the Role of Family?

The Black-White Divide in Suspensions: What Is the Role of Family?

Policymakers must recognize that social and psychological problems in youth may manifest themselves at school but have their origins in family situations over which the school...