The Health Sciences program at Aultman College is inviting the public to Diaper Days Extreme.
Tag Archives: Parenting
“If your child is not mad at you on a weekly basis because of a decision/rule you made then you are not being an effective parent.
I’m passionate about motherhood. I am so thankful for the small group of authentic friends I have formulated over the years because being a parent is hard. I feel like that is something society can agree on as a whole. In this day in age where the stereotypical mom, dad, sister, brother is being challenged it makes it even harder.
The late Judith S. Wallerstein changed the way we perceived how divorce affected children when she began a study in 1971 of 131 children from 60 divorced families and followed those children for the next 25 years.
So, here’s a truth for you.
It’s 6:30 in the evening, and I’m still wearing what I wore yesterday (which I also fell asleep in last night.)
“Whites only! White Power!” were the chants coming from a child at a pool party my family attended this summer. I immediately turned to chastise the young boy who was shouting it and noticed that while the other boys were not participating, they were not stopping it either. Then I looked down. Read more
I lost. I cannot believe I lost. As I stared at the election results in disbelief, frustration built from my toes, boiling up until the tears began to rush down my cheeks and sobs shook my body. The flood of tears was more than disappointment; they were a cauldron of anger, indignation, disbelief, and shame. I had taken a chance, put myself out there, and failed. Read more
The Tuscarawas County Court of Common Pleas, General Trial Division, recently announced changes to the court’s Standard Parenting Time Order
Statistics show the summer months allow children less-structured schedules, which can lead to less activity and fewer healthy food choices.
“I go into the dining room to wipe down the table and I hear screaming…”