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Harvard Researcher Reveals the Toxic Trap of Parental Anxiety. How to Break Free and Boost Your Child’s Success

Parental worry is as natural as breathing. We live in a turbulent world, and it’s understandable for moms and dads to want to...

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Expert Tips to Overcome Baby’s Sleep Regressions

As a parent to a curious and energetic 7-month-old boy, like many parents, I have been on a roller coaster ride when it...

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Top European Cities for a Joyful Life

Why Families are Looking to Europe Are you dreaming of relocating your family to another country? Imagine your children growing up with different...

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Harvard and Yale Experts Share 3 Life-Changing Tips for Parents

If you’re scratching your head about how to ensure your child grows up happy, you’re not alone. Luckily, renowned happiness gurus Laurie Santos...

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Unlocking the Secret to the World’s Happiest Kids. What Dutch Parents Avoid Doing

Why Dutch Kids Don’t Need School Buses Have you ever wondered why you don’t see many school buses in the Netherlands? That’s because...

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Is Your Child Gifted? Think Beyond the Grades

Have you ever wondered if your child is gifted? It’s a question many parents ponder. But forget about grades or trophies; being gifted...

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The Number One Vitamin Deficiency in American Children. Dietitian’s Advice

When parents ask me, a certified dietitian, what nutrients their children might be lacking, my answer often surprises them. One of the most...

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How Just 20 Minutes of Art Boosts Your Child’s Brain

Parents often focus on homework, eating veggies, and dental hygiene when it comes to raising well-adjusted kids. But there’s another crucial, yet overlooked,...

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How to Raising Resilient Kids

We all want our children to be happy. It is a natural instinct. But according to Tovah Klein, an Ivy League child psychologist,...

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What Makes a ‘Good Dad’ Today? Experts Weigh In

Changing the Conversation about Fatherhood In today’s world, the role of a father is evolving, stepping beyond traditional norms. Yet, a mere 5%...