Secrets Of A Maya Supermom: What Parenting Books Don’t Tell You
There’s no other way to put it: Maria de los Angeles Tun Burgos is a supermom. She’s raising five children, does housework and chores — we’re talking about fresh tortillas every day made from stone-ground
How Same-Sex Couples Divide Chores, and What It Reveals About Modern Parenting
When straight couples divide up the chores of daily life — who cooks dinner and who mows the lawn, who schedules the children’s activities and who takes out the trash — the duties are often
Who’s in Charge Here? Aging Parents Resist Interfering ‘Helicopter’ Children
Joshua Coleman remembers watering down a glass of wine before giving it to his father, then in his 90s. “What the hell is this?” he recalls his father asking. “I feel a little guilty about
Can postpartum depression affect dads, too? Recent research says it might.
Like many fathers, Adam Elmaghraby enjoys spending time outdoors with his daughter. On weekends, he takes the 3-year-old to a farmers market, sharing his love of food with her and teaching her about fruits and
Mothers Plant the Seeds for Children’s Future Eco-Friendliness
A study of mothers and their children shows that children carry the influence of their mothers’ environmental behaviors into early adulthood.
Behavioral Strategies More Effective Than Persuasion in Promoting Vaccination
A report in Psychological Science in the Public Interest identifies the most effective ways to increase vaccination rates.