7 Ways to Extend Kindness When a Friend Is Dealing with Infertility

by Pam Moore

You’ve probably struggled to find the right words to say to a friend who has been trying to conceive. According to experts, here's what can help.

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10 Ways to Relieve Stress While Playing With Your Kids

by ParentCo.

Playtime doesn't only have to be something you do for your kids, it's something you can do for yourself, too.

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Be the Master of Your Emotions by Managing Them With Color

by ParentCo.

Color impacts mood. If nothing else, arming yourself with this info is a reminder of the mood you want to be in, and as a result you will likely get there faster.

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7 Coping Skills That Make Me a Better Mom

7 Coping Skills That Make Me a Better Mom

by ParentCo.

Patience and understanding don't always come easy in the trenches of toddler raising. Fortunately, there are ways to cultivate both.

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5 of My Fastest, Favorite Go-To Family Dinners

by ParentCo.

Here are five of my favorite fast family dinners I serve over and over again. I empower people to grab easy ingredients and mix them together to get dinner done.

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16 Acts of Self-Care That Can Help Change the World

by ParentCo.

If you feel overwhelmed by the news, but also want to make a difference in your community, here are 16 ways to care for yourself while still making a difference.

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Debate Club: Can a New Year's Resolution Actually Make a Difference?

by ParentCo.

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My Only New Year’s Resolution Is to Be Kinder to Myself

by ParentCo.

I now know there are steps I can take to change how I think, to find the true me again. That is why I am going to take better care of myself this year. In fact, that’s the only resolution I care to make. For both my own health, and as an important example to my kids, this year, I'm resolving to practice a kindness that starts from within.

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The Unexpected Joy of Hand-Me-Down Clothing

by ParentCo.

More than efficiency or aesthetics, there's a bigger reason to appreciate those carefully packed boxes of previously loved kid's clothes.

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Managing Holiday Stress: Self-Care Strategies for Parents

by Charlie Fletcher

While the holiday season is supposed to be a time of celebration, stressors can make this feel impossible. Here's how to take care of you this season.

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Why You Should Vaccinate: A Pediatric Infectious Disease Expert Weighs In

by ParentCo.

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6 Christmas Traditions That Put Others First

by ParentCo.

One way to add a layer of richness to the Christmas season is implementing a tradition that focuses on making a difference in the life of someone in need.

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7 Survival Strategies for Holiday Gifting

by ParentCo.

No matter what you celebrate, choosing gifts for the small people in your life is no easy feat. This set of guidelines can help.

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What To Do When Sleep Is Not an Option

by Katelyn Denning

When you're running a sleep deficit, you need a surplus in the other areas of your well-being to balance it out. Here are some ways to get through.

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As A Dad, How I Work to Unplug

by ParentCo.

Is it me or does life seem to be speeding up? Every year, month, week, day, hours – even minutes – feel as though they are just flying by.

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Helping Your Child Adapt to the Back-to-School Routine

by Hannah Howard

To help with the back-to-school transition, we have many simple tricks to help your child ease into school with as little fuss and drama as possible.

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A Mindful Family Plan for a Happy, Healthy Winter

by ParentCo.

The change in the quality of daylight causes seasonal depressive symptoms that go beyond typical “winter blues.” Here are some ways to help.

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What Is Postpartum Anxiety?

by Jessica Williams

When we're suddenly responsible for tiny, helpless, precious humans, it makes sense we become anxious. But how much anxiety is too much?

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5 Reasons You Should Go on a Mom Retreat

by Annette Benedetti

Mom-specific and women-only retreats held all over the world are on the rise and gaining popularity with the baby burping bottle-and-breastfeeding masses.

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How to Help Kids Connect With Older Generations

by Carrie Howe

Kids are often uncomfortable around older people (even grandparents). Here are research-backed tips to help them connect, for the benefit of both parties.

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5 Ways to Get Outside in Autumn and Why Science Says You Should

by ParentCo.

All those hours kids spend climbing trees and following bugs really do soothe their psyches. Fall may require another layer, but it's well worth it.

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How to Combat the Back-to-School Worries

by ParentCo.

Although returning to school is exciting, it also induces anxieties that are sometimes difficult to quell.

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7 Reasons Why Being in Nature is Essential for Kids

by ParentCo.

There is much that nature can do for us all. The following are seven significant reasons to convince you to make more time for it with your whole family.

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Babies Who Sleep in Their Own Rooms at Four Months Sleep Better

by ParentCo.

Babies who sleep in their parents’ bedroom at four months old have shorter sleep stretches than their counterparts who sleep in their own bedrooms.

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