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All in together

A new report features Champion (Ohio, USA), an intergenerational shared site that pairs younger generations with older adults in the same physical location, with periodic activities or programs that bring them together.
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Good cop, bad cop?: the parenting dilemma
The Herald, 20 September 2018.
It’s especially important that parents give children a good start, but it is also important for parents to recognise that kids come into the world with their own temperaments, and it is the parent’s job to provide an interface with the world that eventually prepares a child for complete independence.

Going to therapy before marriage to get help dealing with their in-laws
Shana Lebowitz - Business Insider, 23 September 2018.
Research suggests that women are more likely than men to experience tension with their in-laws.

Children caring for parents: trials and rewards
Katherine Kam - Web MD, 24 September 2018.
Not only do siblings often underestimate the burden on the main caregiver, but commonly, guilt can create stressful dynamics.

Parents’ technology use can negatively affect children
Psychiatry Advisor, 24 September 2018.
The researchers found that across all time points, greater child externalizing behavior predicted greater technology interference, via greater parenting stress. Further, technology interference often predicted greater externalizing behavior.

China is putting Uighur children in ‘orphanages’
Independent, 21 September 2018.
Chinese authorities are putting the children of Uighurs and other ethnic minority groups into dozens of state-run orphanages across the western Xinjiang region even if their parents are not dead, as some 1 million adults in their families are sent to internment camps.

What type of parent are you?
Sonja Haller - USA Today, 16 September 2018.
Is there a type of parenting term you fall under? A look at the various terms and their characteristics including attachment, helicopter, tiger, lawnmower and dolphin.
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