Ask yourself many times every day if you like what you're doing. If the answer is no, start noticing what you'd prefer. Thus begins the revolution.Read More
Remember when you first learned you were expecting a baby and rushed out to buy the book, “What to Expect When You’re Expecting”? You couldn’t wait to learn what was ahead for you and your developing baby, week by week, and month by month...Read More
A brand new school year for children and a time for fresh starts, refocus, and new beginnings for us all. At this time of year, many of us are experiencing some significant life transitions…a child going off to college, or moving on to middle or high school - milestones that bring about a myriad of emotions and questions for parents.Read More
Mothers feel more anxious, dissatisfied and doubtful about their own parenting skills when their children are in middle school than at any other stage, new research shows...Read More
As adolescents are growing, eating becomes a big part of their lives. Some are eating a lot during growth spurts while others might be gaining weight, or teenage girls might think they are fat when that really isn't the case.Read More
Each day, you give so much of yourself to everyone in your life and in everything you do. You work hard to make life better for those around you, but some days can be tough...Read More
"All that I am or ever hope to be, I owe to my mother."
For all that you are and all that you do…. Happy Mother’s Day.
Teenagers are often described as erratic, unthoughtful, and rapidly changing human beings. But is there a universal explanation for the stereotype? FRONTLINE reveals new scientific studies that dig deep into the workings of the teenage mind.Read More