How Parents Are Turning Toward Gratitude in the Pandemic
“Graduation is canceled, we can’t fly home to visit family in Texas, and no, school won’t be in person this year.” I say this fast to my teenage daughter, bracing myself for her reaction. She
Cattell Fund Projects Explore Prenatal Maternal Distress, High-Stakes Decision-Making, Neuroscience of Reading
Fellowships for Elisabeth Conradt of the University of Utah, Ian Krajbich of the Ohio State University, and Nicole Landi of the University of Connecticut and Yale University will allow them to take extended sabbatical periods for their research.
The Pandemic Is a ‘Mental Health Crisis’ for Parents
Paige Posladek is pregnant, and stressed. She has two children, ages 2 and 4, works part time as a copywriter, and has seen a therapist on and off for several years to help her deal with
The Challenges of Positive Parenting
Having a good relationship with our children is important. Research on attachment, for example, shows that the way parents connect to their children has wide-ranging consequences for their mental health, self-control and ability to create meaningful relationships with others.
Kids with ‘helicopter parents’ more likely to burn out, have a harder time transitioning to ‘real world’
In many ways, the college admissions scandal, aka “Operation Varsity Blues,” was a cautionary tale about what can happen when parents get too involved in their children’s school careers. Although most parents don’t break the law
Charting how the time parents spend with kids changes as they grow up
There is a saying about kids passed down from one generation of parents to another: “When they are little, your arms hurt. When they are older, your heart hurts.” This is not just folk wisdom