Understanding the Secret Stress of Being a Mom

  · Many of motherhood’s challenges remain unseen and unacknowledged. Stay-at-home mothers give up careers and put their goals on hold to take care of their children. Working moms have to juggle both home and work responsibilities. In addition, there are societal pressures for wo ...

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How to Keep a Sleeping Baby Safe

When it comes to being a new parent, there are rarely any easy answers. No matter what you do, there will always be someone telling you that you should do it differently. It gets tiring, but we're happy to report that there is one sound piece of parenting advice that you should a ...

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The Correct Way to Deal with Toddler Tantrums

They are nicknamed the Terrible Twos for a good reason; toddlers aged 18 months to three years can be difficult to parent as they navigate the world and their quest for independence. This often leads to a child throwing tantrums. Getting in the correct for dealing with a child wh ...

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The Personal Crisis of Moms During the Pandemic

The memes posted on social media, the staggering number of women who left the workforce and a venting-hotline set up for moms by The New York Times showed just some of the that moms faced during the pandemic. As schools and businesses shut down, working moms were pushed to add an ...

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How Fathers Can Chip In More at Home

As a married father, keeping your house clean should be as much your job as your wife's. Sadly, this is lost on a lot of men. Too many men still see most "domestic" chores as a woman's work, a notion that is not only horribly sexist but bad for any relationship. If you want to ke ...

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5 Small Parenting Mistakes

When starting a family and welcoming a new family member into the world, parenting is one skill you cannot afford to not have or ignore, and for a good reason. The ability to tend and care for a newborn and watch them grow into self-dependent people is phenomenal as it is difficu ...

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COVID Vaccine and Children

Approximately one in four Americans may be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, but so far that only accounts for adults. As of right now, there is no COVID vaccine available for children under the age of 16, and people are wondering if there needs to be one. After all, the number ...

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Encouraging Children to Read

Encouraging a child's love of reading begins at an early age. Many different popular and award-winning books are available and appropriate for a child's understanding from the age of infancy upward. Books may have an educational theme. Others are simply a source of adventure or e ...

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How to Raise a Strong, Confident Daughter

Society doesn’t make it easy to raise strong, confident daughters. Our children face a constant barrage of harmful beauty standards and mixed messages. Girls should be leaders but not too bossy. They should be confident but not have a big ego. They shouldn’t be vain, but they mus ...

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Is Sheltering Children Harmful?

So, what exactly is the difference between sheltering and protecting your children? Sheltering is the point at which protection becomes out of control. This can mean not allowing your child to play outside because you fear that he or she may get hurt, or not allowing him or her t ...

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The Best Educational Children's Shows to Watch on Netflix

At one time, PBS stations were the only option for finding educational TV shows. Today, a number of mainstream channels offer more choices. Individuals subscribing to Netflix find dozens of kid-appropriate series that also provide educational content while being entertaining and ...

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Three Ways to Promote Healthy Eating in Children

As pediatric obesity continues to rise in the United States, it’s more apparent than ever these days that one of the most important things a parent can do for their child is to raise them in an environment that encourages healthy eating. But, as any parent will tell you, with fas ...

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Maternity Leave in the U.S. Needs Attention

With many young women in the workforce, maternity leave has become a topic of interest. In fact, since many of those who are starting jobs have plans for a family, they seriously consider a maternity leave policy or benefits of the company where they work. Even people who do not ...

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Promoting Equal Pay

In spite of ongoing legislation and discussions around the gap in gender pay, there is still a sizable difference between what men and women in the same industries are paid. In addition, sectors in which the workforce is predominantly made up of women continue to be among the low ...

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Networking Your Way to a Better Job

Hungry for a new job? Maybe your current job is boring or you don’t like your boss. Either way, a change of scenery might be nice and it would probably bring a nice pay raise. 70% of jobs are found through networking. At times, the process can get complicated. Follow these tips t ...

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Mentorship Opportunities

Mentoring programs are becoming more popular in virtually every industry and for good reasons. First, mentees are 68% more likely to stay with an employer for five years or more. Secondly, mentees are also more involved in the operations of the workplace than other employees. Thi ...

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The Top 5 Cities for Women in Tech to Work

For the longest time, women have been looking for the best jobs that do not just fulfill them financially but psychologically as well. This means great working conditions and smaller pay gaps between them and their male counterparts. · According to the SmartAsset seventh list of ...

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Resume Mistakes Women Should Be Aware Of

The rightly constructed resume can be the difference between getting an interview and being completely ignored by a company. Women in particular face various issues that can hurt them when building their resumes. To succeed, women must understand these mistakes they could be maki ...

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Overview of the Gender Gap

The traditional workplace settings deprived women of the top spots, especially in decision making. For instance, if a man and a woman suggested anything, the man's proposal would be accepted prior to the latter. It is because men were more believed than women. However, a previous ...

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Becoming More Employable

Employability comes down to how well individuals can communicate their worth, instead of how much education foundation or tutoring they have Claire Kim comment. It additionally comes down to how quickly they can learn and perform at work. It turns out mindset is, to a greater deg ...

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