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Dinnertime Struggles

Do thoughts of dinnertime send shivers up your spine? Jessica Shyba, blogger behind the popular, “Momma’s Gone City” relates, and shares how she solved her dinnertime dilemma.

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Discipline Tips From a Modern Day Mary Poppins

No-nonsense discipline tips from a British nanny to make the hard work of parenting a whole lot easier.

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Disciplining Other People’s Children

The holidays are here, which means families and friends will gather, and little kids will misbehave. What will you do when another parent’s child flagrantly misbehaves in front of you? Should you say something or bite your tongue? Michele Borba, Ed.D., has some tips to keep the peace during the holidays, and every day.

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Discussing Disaster With Our Children

Japan, Katrina, Southeast Asia and Thailand: it’s pretty scary to recount all the devastating natural disasters our world has faced in the past decade. What does the future hold for our little ones? When is the appropriate age to talk about how to react in an emergency, without engendering undue stress and fear? Melissa Brymer, Director of the Terrorism and Disaster Programs at the UCLA-Duke University National Center for Child Traumatic Stress, offers some helpful guidance through this difficult topic.

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Discussing Divorce

It’s a conversation you probably never thought you’d have, so how exactly do you tell your child that you and your spouse are getting divorced? And how do you do it in such a way that helps your child feel loved and secure? Child development specialist Dr. Robyn Silverman has seven tips for turning that incredibly difficult discussion into a healthy, supportive dialogue for all.

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Divorce and the Single Parent

Learning to parent alone can be a huge struggle. Dr. Savitri Dixon-Saxon, a single mother herself, offers advice on single parenting after divorce.

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Do Parents Pick Favorites?

Okay, you don’t have to admit it. But, if you – like most parents – find that one of your kids lights you up more than the others, read on for renowned parenting expert Michele Borba’s tips on minimizing favoritism fallout in your family.

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Do Time-Outs Work?

How’s the time-out working for ya? If your experience is like lots of parents, you might be seeking alternatives to what often ends up in a battle of wills. Noel Janis-Norton shares how “earning privileges” is another good alternative to the much-debated Time-Out.

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Download our Summer Safety Pledge

Download our Summer Safety Pledge with helpful tips to keep kids safe.

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Download Our Tips for Being a Great Friend

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