Challenges are considerable, but experts see a silver lining. Now kids can learn what Mom and Dad do for a living, see how hard they work at doing it, and hopefully gain a whole new appreciation for them.

  • Lauren Parker
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A court in the Netherlands recently ruled that a grandmother had to take down pictures she posted on Facebook of her grandchildren. Here's how to prevent a similarly awkward situation.

  • Stacey Steinberg
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She was stressed and anxious. Here’s what to consider if your child seems the same.


Experts talk about helping kids set routines, get plenty of exercise and shift their mind-set. But what happens when those things aren’t working?

  • Amy Brill
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Just as families of color have always had to socialize their children on matters of race, white parents need to socialize their children about race, too. Especially now.

  • Chandra White-Cummings
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The past is distant, the future unknowable. This is what parenthood feels like in our present moment.

I will confess, I am a hugger. My grown children are home during the lockdown and I hug them as much as they will let me. I miss hugging as a routine part of my life.

In a pandemic, and always, connection is the vehicle for cooperation. Part of this connection, though, is loving boundaries for both siblings.

Experts say that younger kids may remember more than we think and that there are things we can do to help them build those memories.

  • Cheryl Lock
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The coronavirus has changed our lives. Here are some issues parents are facing.

Kids are using sheets, pillows, blankets and more to create safe havens as the covid-19 world feels out of their control.

  • Susan C. Margolin
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While I wasn't looking forward to working from home as a CEO, I've learned important lessons.

  • Will Johnson
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Even on days when I was able to work quietly for a while, I had a hard time keeping my focus on work. There was so much that had to be done.

  • Marissa Korbel
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I know how to be there for my daughter and always have. But I don’t know how to be there for me.

  • Susan Bonifant
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In a world where social distancing and extreme cleaning are the new reality, is there room for campfires, group cabins and crowded dining halls?

How can we help our “wild child” who is too young to understand what’s happening?

In between working and educating and cleaning and cooking and breaking up fights, I am moving through the stages of grief over our new reality. Acceptance is elusive.

  • Carrie Friedman
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Here's what you need to know about your child's doctor visits during the pandemic. Pediatrician Dr. Tanya R. Altmann is urging parents not to hold off on scheduled appointments, especially vaccines.

  • Tanya Altmann
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My son's neurology makes him more sensitive than other people to touch and texture, and he cannot bear the feeling of having his nose and mouth covered by fabric.

  • Shannon Des Roches Rosa
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Women can effectively counteract external pressures through a variety of coping mechanisms, experts say.

  • Ambreen Ali
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