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What is Scaffold Parenting? It Could Be the Key to Help Kids Adjust to Post-Pandemic Life.

Parents who are struggling with burnout, anxiety and isolation have to now adjust to the next “new normal” for their children: letting them go…

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Neuroscientists Say Multitasking Literally Drains the Energy Reserves of Your Brain

When we attempt to multitask, we don’t actually do more than one activity at once, but quickly switch between them…

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Give Children More Autonomy During the Pandemic, Says Study

Autonomy-based parenting promotes the well-being of children and their parents…

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Children Persist Less When Parents Take Over

According to research from Penn psychologists, kids ages 4 to 7 persevere longer when allowed to…

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The Upside to Screen Time

Kids are expanding their tech-savvy to connect and explore creatively…

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Teens Who Spend More Time in Extracurricular Activities & Less Time in Front of Screens Have Better Mental Health

If you’re worried about your kids’ mental health, less screen time and more extracurricular activities will help…

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Your Mom is Destined to Annoy You

Psychologists have a term to describe the way we fall back into predictable, maddening behavior patterns when we’re with our family of origin…

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‘Intensive’ Parenting is Now the Norm in America

Supervised, enriching playtime. Frequent conversations about thoughts and feelings…

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Florida Mom Hits Jackpot: 2 Sets of Twin Boys Born in 2019

Doctors told a Florida woman she had a better chance of winning the lottery than of giving birth to two sets of twins in the same year…

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