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Articles

What it’s like growing up with a terminally ill parent

Charlotte Whitehead - The Telegraph, 3 February 2018.
03-02-2018
Growing up with a terminally ill parent has made the author a more patient, loving and grateful person.
 

Parenting is a work in progress

Allison Chorney - Airdrie City View, 1 February 2018.
03-02-2018
The author says she has never claimed to know everything, but since becoming a parent, it has become appalling clear she knows even less than she thought she did.
 

Parenting program brings ‘joy’ to Africa's poorest communities

EurekAlert! - University of Oxford, 1 February 2018.
03-02-2018
New trial results show that a widely used parental guidance program reduces domestic conflict and boosts economic resilience in South Africa.
 

Harsh parenting linked with poor school performance in kids with ADHD

Katie Bohn - Medical Xpress, 25 January 2018.
27-01-2018
The researchers studied the associations between the parenting practices of mothers and fathers of children with behavioral problems like ADHD and how those children performed in school.
 

Teenagers need more sleep thanks to good policy and good parenting

Wendy Troxel - USA Today, 26 January 2018.
27-01-2018
We need to overcome resistance to later school start times. More rest improves teens' well-being, public safety and academic performance.
 

Why even the best marriages are hard sometimes

Belinda Luscome - Time, 26 January 2018.
27-01-2018
The midlife crisis is an old cliché, of course, with little support in lifespan research, but two new books address just this mid-life marital ennui.
 

How homeschooling affects your kid later

Caroline Shannon-Karasik - Romper, 9 January 2018.
24-01-2018
Families choose homeschooling for a variety of reasons, some want a lifestyle that gives them more control over their time.
 

Prodigies and parenting

Naomi Schaefer Riley - Standard, 12 January 2018.
24-01-2018
Extraordinary kids need more than just education.
 

Putting marriage back at the center of welfare reform

Jason Adkins & Anne Krisnik - CNBC, 12 January 2018.
24-01-2018
Public policy has discouraged low-income couples from tying the knot.
 

Families stress over delay in children’s health funding

Time, 12 January 2018.
24-01-2018
Despite bipartisan support, the future of the The Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) has been put on hold.
 
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