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How can marriage be good for mental health?

David Levine - US News, 11 January 2019.
14-01-2019
Studies show that those in long-term marriages tend to view one another more positively over time.
 

Marriage should not just be for the middle classes

Breda O’Brien - The Irish Times, 12 January 2019.
14-01-2019
If marriage is still an aspiration, the odds should not be stacked against working class.
 

Rewarding children’s behavior with screen time can lead to more screen time

CTV News, 14 January 2019.
14-01-2019
A new study advises limits on screen time for children and teenagers to help boost their well-being.
 

Healthy families: Replacing bad habits with good ones

John Sharry - The Irish Times, 13 January 2018.
14-01-2019
With a little time and patience families can break bad habits by working together.
 

Good parenting requires good partnering

Tom Tozer and Bill Black - Montgomery Advertiser, 8 January 2019.
13-01-2019
Good fathers help make good kids. You’re probably already doing a pretty good job. Look for areas where you can improve. We all have them.
 

What you didn’t know about children in the middle ages

Matthew Gabriele - Forbes, 6 January 2019.
08-01-2019
There is lots of evidence that children in the European Middle Ages were protected, loved, and recognized as different from adults.
 

The continuing importance of the family

The Economist, 3 January 2019.
08-01-2019
The family is still the best place for a child to get the love and security it needs to grow into a well-balanced adult.
 

The art and science of parenting

The Economist, 3 January 2019.
08-01-2019
We are creating a miniature version of our own lives for our kid, wanting him to be productive, keeping him busy all the time.
 

My top 10 tips for getting children more physically active

David Coleman - The Independent, 7 January 2019.
08-01-2019
Deliberately focusing on the fun it can provide is a central element of encouraging our children to exercise.
 

The stress of modern parenting

Slovie Jungreis-Wolff - Aish, 5 January 2019.
08-01-2019
The power of a parent’s love is more valuable than any after school activity, technology or pair of sneakers money can buy.
 
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