Category: parenting

We’re Getting a Divorce: How to Talk to Your Kids About Your Separation
We’re Getting a Divorce: How to Talk to Your Kids About Your Separation

When you first got married, you could probably never imagine being without your spouse. But sadly, divorce — or the dissolution of a marriage — is a reality for many American couples. While it might seem like you’re the only one going through it, around 827,000 divorces take place each...

5 Activities To Promote Bonding With Your Kids

Even though your family has probably been spending more time at home than usual because of the COVID-19 pandemic, you and your children may not have as close of a bond as you would like. It’s easy for everyone to get lost in their own worlds, lock themselves in their...

How Can I Protect My Child’s Data and Privacy?

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, cybercrime has increased 300% since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis. But adults aren’t the only ones who need to worry about keeping their data safe from identity thieves, fraudsters, and spying corporations. With major companies like YouTube and TikTok under investigation by...

These Kid-Friendly Virtual Activities Can Take the Place of Summer Camp
These Kid-Friendly Virtual Activities Can Take the Place of Summer Camp

Since March, families throughout the U.S. have had to adapt to major changes in the way we work and learn. With 18 million events and meetings organized nationwide each year, the vast majority of those meetings during the last four months have had to take place online. And of course,...

How to Make Your Home Safer For Your Kids in Any High-Risk Situation
How to Make Your Home Safer For Your Kids in Any High-Risk Situation

Any parent would do virtually anything possible to keep their child safe. But the reality is that you can’t watch your kiddo every second of the day. Now that both parents and kids are spending even more time at home and are trying to adjust to a number of changes,...

4 Lessons I Have Learned: How I am Helping the BLM Movement

Things I have learned, am still learning about, and talking about with my family. It begins at home 1. Educate Yourself My public schooling has clearly left out some of the most important and most crucial parts of this country’s flawed history. I am embarrassed that I used to think...

3 Ways to Support Those Celebrating Ramadan
3 Ways to Support Those Celebrating Ramadan

“Ramadan is the time for family” and together, with our loved ones, we share meals, practice patience, recite the Holy Quran, pray, reflect, and give back. Read about how to support friends, family, co-workers and others in their observance of Ramadan.

How To Prepare Your Home For Spring Storms

Yesterday was the official first day of spring and with that benchmark now behind us, it’s time to start preparing for whatever this season might throw our way. Although many homeowners view the spring as a welcome relief from the dangers that blizzards and ice pose, this sunny season comes...

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