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When it comes to the more painful aspects of our history, I have largely remained silent.

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The cheerful nonchalance with which my mother cared for the baby and me reminded me that I am hardly alone.

  • Zia Ahmed
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It’s impossible to walk through the new exhibition at the American Visionary Art Museum and not think about your childhood.

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A look at some of the key features designed to keep their grips on you, and ideas for how you and your kids can resist temptation.

  • Caroline Knorr
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  • 3 days ago
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A true commitment to diversity means teaching my daughter that people like her father, that people like our Jewish neighbors, can be the target of violence and hate.

  • Sarah Menkedick
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  • 3 days ago
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Part of caring for yourself is giving yourself permission to let things go and not berating yourself for not doing more.

  • Lori Fradkin
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  • 4 days ago
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Here’s what parents need to know.

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Boys can suffer from anxiety, depression and low self-esteem when relational aggression flies under the radar.

  • Katie Hurley
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Gaining control over the relationship between their mind and their body is a major challenge for many kids on the spectrum. Practicing mindfulness may help.

  • Sarah Bradley
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  • 5 days ago
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“Push” is not a word that’s going to get you anywhere positive with your child.

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Friendships are an opportunity for parents to plant the seed of how children should value relationships in general.

  • Erinne Magee
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  • 6 days ago
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What happens at 2 a.m., when the games are done, and a parent is left with a group of kids, all with relatively unsupervised access to phones?

  • Beth Swanson
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  • 6 days ago
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For the first time in about six years, I wasn’t feeling stressed or preoccupied by the familiar pull of my Type A brain.

  • Sarah Szczypinski
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  • Nov 5
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The key is to stop pressuring kids and to make mealtime positive.

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Several weeks into the school year, I’m comfortable with the schedule.

  • Gina Rich
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  • Nov 5
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Six ways parents and educators can help kids separate fact from fiction.

  • Sierra Filucci
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  • Nov 2
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Experts say that civic education is a gradual process that starts early and builds through the years — and that parents play an important role in its development.

  • Jennifer Breheny Wallace
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  • Nov 2
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The trip, I thought, would be my opportunity to reconnect with them.

  • Renee Bacher
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  • Nov 1
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Here’s what parents need to know.

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Black women, historically, have cared for their own children while working. At times they were more likely to be the help than hire it.

  • Kimberly Seals Allers
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  • Nov 1
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