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Parenting in focus: Take it easy
Cynthia Martin - Sequim Gazette, 24 June 2020. [04-07-2020]
It has been a tough time for parents, especially moms, in the last few months. With school just now being out for summer some of the pressure stops.
There is a significant gap in parenting support
Christy Kidner - The Canberra Times, 21 June 2020. [23-06-2020]
When a woman is pregnant, or has a newborn, a toddler or a preschooler, the amount of information and advice on offer is completely overwhelming. Then, it stops.
Helicopter parenting creates problems later in life
Angela Betsaida B. Laguipo - News Medical 18 June 2020. [18-06-2020]
Overly strict parents undermine the autonomy of their children which can lead to less favorable social and educational outcomes well into adulthood, a new study has shown.
India: What equal parenting is about
Pallavi Utagi - The Indian Express, 13 June 2020. [15-06-2020]
When both parents are committed to working together on common family goals, it sets a great example of teamwork and support that goes a long way in the child’s life.
Family-friendly policies crucial to help parents bear brunt of COVID-19
Made Anthony Iswara - The Jakarta Post, 1 June 2020. [29-05-2020]
As the international community celebrates the Global Day of Parents on June 1, experts in Indonesia are calling to enact family-friendly policies to support working families and minimize negative consequences for children.
7 biggest parenting mistakes that destroy kids’ mental strength
Tracy Hutchinson - CNBC, 25 May 2020 [27-05-2020]
Not only are mentally strong kids better prepared to tackle future problems on their own, but studies have found that they’re also more likely to be engaged in school and in their future jobs.
Why can’t I list parenting on my resume?
Stephanie Murray - The Guardian, 18 May 2020. [22-05-2020]
I’ve sharpened a wide range of skills as a parent – patience, adaptability, multitasking. Potential employers should see the value in it.
The decade of the parenting manual
Melonyce McAfee - The New York Times, 19 April 2020. [27-04-2020]
From Tiger Moms to helicopter parents, no child-rearing style escaped scrutiny.
What everyone can learn from parents of big families
Laura Vanderkam - The New York Times, 16 April 2020. [20-04-2020]
When you’re parenting at scale, keeping things simple is key.
10 Ways for parents and families to cope while together at home
David Purpura - Purdue University, 3 April 2020. [06-04-2020]
Tips for families, now that they are settling into a new normal of staying at home, avoiding social activities and not attending schools, all while many parents are working from home.
11 Embracing the ‘helicopter parent’
Jenna Price - The Sydney Morning Herald, 3 March 2020. [04-03-2020]
Our children are definitely not always right but in an institutional setting, they have zero power. Parental support brings back balance.
12 Working parents, give yourself permission to recharge
Elizabeth Grace Saunders - Harvard Business Review, 24 February 2020. [29-02-2020]
To love and care for your children well, you need to love and care for yourself well.
13 American parenting styles sweep Europe
Olga Mecking - BBC, 26th February 2020. [29-02-2020]
European parents have historically been relaxed when it comes to raising their children, but today more and more are adopting the kind of intensive parenting style common in the US.
14 Why dads don’t take parental leave
Jessica Grose - The New York Times, 19 February 2020. [22-02-2020]
If men and women begin taking the same amount of leave, they’re at least getting started on the right foot.
15 Parenting isn’t over when kids grow up
Mark McConville - The Wall Street Journal, 18 January 2020. [27-01-2020]
With so many young adults still relying on parents for support, the challenge is how to help them without undermining their independence.
16 Why self-care is good parenting [24-01-2020]
Parents can do a better job taking care of ourselves — so that we can take better care of our kids. And what better time to start than a brand new decade.
17 Monitor your children, Dubai Police chief urges parents
Ali Al Shouk - Gulf News, 23 January 2020. [24-01-2020]
Parents should monitor their children and take responsibility by joining hands with law enforcement officers of Dubai Police in combating crime, a top official said.
18 Do you really ‘see’ your child?
Daniel J. Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson - The New York Times, 6 January 2020. [09-01-2020]
Helicopter parenting has become the norm in many places, but it may not be the best way to connect with our kids.
19 To be a better parent in 2020, don’t forget to take care of yourself
Erin Anderssen - The Globe and Mail, 30 December 2019. [02-01-2020]
Parents alone can’t fix most problems. So, for now, reducing parental burnout falls largely to mothers and fathers themselves.
20 10 New Year’s resolutions to help improve family life
Breaking News, 1 January 2020. [02-01-2020]
Here are some resolution suggestions from family organisations and experts.
21 How has parenting changed over the past 10 years?
Lorraine Candy - The Times, 29 December 2019. [02-01-2020]
We helicoptered, we overshared, we felt inadequate. So are we learning from our mistakes?
22 9 parenting trends to watch out for in 2020
Jia Ling - The Asian Parent, 2 January 2020. [02-01-2020]
While there really is no one-size-fits-all way of parenting, there are certain notable trends and cultural shifts to consider.
23 How to help pregnant and parenting students
Kristan Hawkins - National Review, 23 December 2019. [27-12-2019]
Colleges and universities can ease the suffering and poverty of young families.
24 Parent-based therapy for childhood anxiety
Physicians Weekly, 23 December 2019. [27-12-2019]
A parent-based treatment that does not require the child’s direct participation in therapy can be as efficacious in treating childhood anxiety as the strongest treatment.
25 US: the decade parents couldn’t win
Jessica Grose - The New York Times, 25 December 2019. [27-12-2019]
90% of American moms and 85% American dads feel judged.

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