Category: Parenting

Do you believe these psychology myths?

There was a time when I believed that chewing gum stayed in your stomach for seven years, fortune cookies were invented in China, and the Boston Red Sox would never win a world series. Here are more myths from the … Continue reading

What Google search reveals about families

Google’s autocomplete function provides some interesting if unscientific insights into American families and the profile isn’t very complimentary. As you type a word in the search box, google automatically suggests phrases to assist your research efforts. Google reports that these … Continue reading

Can I discipline someone else’s kid?

Question I need a “go to” remark for situations in which other peoples’ children are obviously being rude to me as an adult. Answer If you are supervising and thus responsible for the child, then use your customary discipline techniques … Continue reading

A hidden gem inside the hospital

By: Dr. Shalini Forbis As a parent it can somtimes be overwhelming knowing where to go to get trusted health information. There are many excellent sources of information out there, but when you are diong a web search it can sometimes be … Continue reading

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