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Do You Find It Really Hard Not to Yell?

You try hard to be a pleasant mom, but despite your efforts—you feel like the only way your kids respond is when you yell. Here’s 3 ways to lower the decibel and up the...
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There’s No Such Thing as “Unhealthy” Food

Does the title surprise you? Junk can be ok. As long as it's just "sometimes." Here's how to deal with the Purim overload.   By Rorie Weisberg With Purim around the corner, most moms are bracing themselves...

Moms of Little Kids: It Gets Easier.

 It’s easier to be a mom when there’s more kids around. Here’s why. When I had little kids people would tell me, “Little kids, little problems, big kids, big problems.” Now I have little kids...

What Are the Three Things That Kids Need the Most?

Fill your children up with love, respect, and security. Sounds too simple? Read on. By Shiffy Friedman, MSW   I was once asked to answer the question, “What’s the best parenting advice you ever got?” by...

Scared to Leave the Kids and Get Away? 4 Ways to Make Sure Your...

The hardest part of planning a trip alone with your husband—as healthy as it is—is the guilt parents feel when they leave their kids. You can make the experience a positive one for both...
Demystifying “Sleep Training” Methods. Which is Best for My Child? It’s not always easy to get a baby or child to go to sleep on their own. So, which method works?

Demystifying “Sleep Training” Methods. Which is Best for My Child?

It’s not always easy to get a baby or child to go to sleep on their own. So, which method works? By Chaya Shifra Sadoff First things first: I really, strongly, dislike the terminology “sleep training.”...
6 Ways to Improve the Language Development of Your Toddler. The way you speak and interact with your child can definitely help when they’re developing their language skills. Here’s how.

6 Ways to Improve the Language Development of Your Toddler

The way you speak and interact with your child can definitely help when they’re developing their language skills. Here’s how. By Chaya Rosman, CCC, SLP   Speak Slowly This technique sounds too simple to work, however, its value...

BFF: 5 Ways to Help Your Preschooler Make Friends at School

Even if you’re not there with her, your interactions with your child could encourage her to form new friendships   By Shiffy Friedman, MSW At my daughter’s kindergarten orientation this year, she was surprised to discover that,...

 It’s the Million Dollar Question: How Do We Get our Children to Listen to...

Look inside your “mom’s toolbox” and discover the secrets of cooperation. By Sarah Massry, M.S. ED   Unfortunately there is no magic answer to getting kids to listen to us. But take a peek in the toolbox....

10 Things Organized Moms Do to Get Ready for the School Year

Everyone likes to start off the year on the right foot...but it’s harder to stay on that foot. Here’s how you can.   By Deena Segal Create a Homework Station This space should include a quiet space...
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