Children who engage the most with princess culture report more egalitarian attitudes about gender roles, lower adherence to hyper-masculine norms, and better body esteem five years later. This finding…
2 min read · 2021-12-17 · Children living in chaotic households demonstrate worse executive functioning, according to a study published in BMC Psychology. The findings revealed that this effect was partly driven by lower…
9 min read · Jun 22nd · No topic provokes more unsolicited advice than parenting. The problem is, no matter how good the advice, it might not work for your child or your particular situation. Here are 5 principle-based…
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And therein lies the problem with the majority of the parenting advice available. It’s all tactics, no principles.
4 min read · Apr 29th · When negative thinking becomes the norm, it can contribute to mental health problems including social anxiety, low self-esteem, and even depression. To avoid falling into that pattern, let’s explore…
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when you’re already feeling anxious or depressed, succumbing to negative thought patterns is unfortunately likely to worsen the way you feel.
4 min read · From 2020 · Distractions satisfy deficiencies, explains Nir Eyal, a Stanford psychology professor. So when kids aren't given the nutrients that their brain needs, they are more likely to overdo unhealthy…
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9 min read · From 2018 · When it comes to children’s development, parents should worry less about kids’ screen time—and more about their own.
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