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Tensions running high at home? Try Brené Brown’s ‘family gap plan’ (access required)

Keep family dinners interesting (access required)

While family dinners are important to create a strong bond between members, keeping family members engaged every night can be a challenge. Here are a few ways you can make family dinners fun and an event the whole family looks forward to each night according to SuperHealthyKids.com. – Serve their favorites: Family dinners don’t always ...

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How parenting styles affect kids: Snowplow vs. submarine (access required)

Labels for different parenting styles have come and gone for just about as long as there have been parents. Like the tiger mothers and helicopter parents who came before, snowplowers are highly involved parents who take a proactive and often authoritative role in their children’s lives. Any parent can understand the desire to do everything ...

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What dads stress over (access required)

The responsibilities of fatherhood change over time. No longer solely the provider and disciplinarian, today’s fathers are much more hands-on but they’re feeling more stress, too. “Dads face continued pressure to be breadwinners, but also want — and are expected by their partners and society — to be involved in their children’s lives,” said family ...

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Meet Generation Alpha, who’s growing up now (access required)

Move over, millennials and Gen Z. The world is welcoming Generation Alpha, currently the youngest generation, born from 2010 to 2024. With brand influence and purchasing power beyond their years, Gen Alpha will shape the social media landscape as popular culture influencers and emerging consumers, said Ashley Fell, communications director for McCrindle, an Australian-based social ...

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