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After you have a child, everyone has an opinion (and they like to share it) about how you should raise Junior. Use our parenting advice to cut through the outdated research or tips that don't work for your child's special traits and find your own parenting groove.

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When my daughter and I first talked about giving birth, I said it didn't hurt that much. Did I make a mistake? ... more
I started parenting habits prior to the "dreaded teen years" that I hope will carry my influence further and create a positive relationship with my teens. ... more
Don't assume that the choice to stand beside a husband in the face of infidelity indicates some form of weakness. I think it's quite the opposite. ... more
Learning why divorce clients' marriages fall apart can really open your eyes to what makes relationships thrive and what doesn't. ... more
My mother loved and nurtured me, but she never got down on the ground to play. But parenting seems to have changed. Am I now supposed to be a playmate? ... more
Through each new experience as a mom, I've discovered a new part of myself. ... more
I've been a mom for eight years, and I've constantly been sorting, cleaning, and organizing; because when you're a parent, you're never "finished" with anything. ... more
If your kid is involved in organized sports, you've surely met a few of these parents. ... more
They may be rich and famous, but these A-list moms and dads are also guilty of some seriously cringe-worthy moments. ... more
For better or for worse, we're living in the age of the celebrity. But, the good news is, with platforms like YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram, celebrities don't have to come in the traditional sense of the word. More than ever,... more
Parenting now is a far cry from how it was back when our grandparents were raising kids. From letting their babies come home from the hospital without car seats (gasp!) to not giving much thought to whether breast or bottle was best, here... more
Becoming a mother made me realize how important a woman's right to choose is. ... more
Psychologist shares tips for handling common parenting disputes with your partner. ... more
As I look back on my time as a first-time parent and compare it to the choices I've made with my second kid, the differences are astounding. ... more
While I know I have many firsts ahead of me, there are days when I mourn and think, "Wow, she's our last child." ... more
Being a working mom allows me time to miss my kids. At the end of the day, I head home feeling reenergized and excited to see two smiling faces. ... more