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North Dakota Secretary of State Al Jaeger has approved petitions for a proposed ballot measure on parental rights.
If my parents told me once, they told me at least one hundred times, "Don't talk to anyone about their religious or political beliefs."
Isn't it amazing that Kim Kardashian has gone almost three days without saying a word since the birth of her daughter on Saturday? It's a serious record for the reality vixen.
ARECENT poll of 2,000 maintained school heads suggested that schools are not doing enough to develop morals, values and a clear understanding of the difference between right and wrong.
Long before Amy Chua's provocative 2011 memoir, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, raised the bar for tough-love parenting, psychologists at UC Berkeley were studying the effects of three kinds of child-rearing: authoritarian , permissive and authoritative .
About: I don't believe in acting my age or taking life for granted. When the FedEx man walked through my office door almost 25 years ago, I told myself I was going to marry him.
Kids whose moms encourage them to exercise and eat well, and model those healthy behaviors themselves, are more likely to be active and healthy eaters, according to researchers at Duke Medicine.
Christiane, a mother from New Jersey, had endured years of conflict with her husband when the couple met Portland psychologist John Stewart.
There's a mother on the verge of a nervous breakdown at the Claire Tow Theater, where Daniel Pearle's A Kid Like Jake opens June 17. Directed by Evan Cabnet, this NYC-set parenting drama stars Carla Gugino , Peter Grosz, Caroline Aaron and Michelle Beck.
While kids are always going to fight with their brothers and sisters to some extent, it is possible to have a mostly harmonious family.
Welcome to the Collaborative Youth Team's column, "Parenting Matters!" The Collaborative Youth Team is a partnership of 22 youth and family service organizations and agencies that are here to serve you.
After 20-plus years as a sex advice columnist, author, and LGBT activist, you would think Dan Savage would have earned the right to relax a little.
Many email boxes are flooded with deals for food, shopping and travel, but two new sites want to remove the clutter and boredom to provide kids and couples with ideas for fun activities.
Unlike the male pundits, politicians and even financiers who've opined freely recently about what they consider "natural" roles for mothers and fathers, with mom at home and dad at work, behavioral neuroscientist Kelly Lambert's methodical approach has led her to a much more complicated conclusion.
This fatherhood gig, it turns out, can be a lot of fun - and funny. At least that's how daddy-turned-author Brian Klems of St. Bernard sees it - to the delight of readers who get a chuckle from Klems' brand of paternal wisdom and wit.
My husband stepped onto the scene when my boys were 3 and 6 years old. My ex-husband remarried last year to a woman with children.