• HOW THE FATHERLESS EPIDEMIC IS AFFECTING OUR KIDS
    About one-third of the kids in an average American classroom live in a home without a father. And millions more have a physically and financially present father who is emotionally unavailable for his kids.
  • FINDING THE RIGHT BALANCE OF FOOD, EXERCISE AND TECHNOLOGY TO HELP YOUR CHILD'S BRAIN WORK BETTER
    Parents can sculpt faster brain development with basic parenting skills. It’s a simple, intuitive recipe that includes talking, reading and loving.
  • How a kid-centric schedule can set families up for burnout
    Angie Dean is up before sunrise to taxi her two kids to their charter schools — a 40-mile round trip. First, she drops her daughter at her school in, then it’s on to her son’s school. 
  • The medical community admits that there are a lot of unknowns about the virus that continues to evolve.
  • Joining your kids in dreaming big (and small)
    He’s not even a decade old, but Ben Pierce has stood in awe of Alaska’s dancing Northern Lights and the iconic New York City skyline. He’s stared in wonder at the brushstrokes of Van Gogh.
  • What happens to the kids when a parent has depression?
    Octobers are hard for Allison Miller. As the weather cools and the leaves turn, the 24-year-old North Texas teacher resists the urge to hide away and lose herself in memories.
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