by Diana Ruiz, Product Safety and Regulatory Compliance Manager at Cost Plus World Market.
What is my number one recommendation to parents asking what they can do to prepare their student for success after college? Encourage your student to do as many internships as possible in the field that they are looking to pursue after college and remember that your home can influence their future work ethic and leadership.
The COVID-19 pandemic has dealt a huge economic impact in the U.S., but it has also turned many people's lives upside down, affecting many people's mental health, especially mothers.
By Kate Reggev
Rest easy by prepping them for good sleep, financial success, and more.
It can be hard to talk to your children about racism. Some parents worry about exposing their children to issues like racism and discrimination at an early age. Others shy away from talking about something they themselves might not fully understand or don’t feel comfortable discussing. Yet others, especially those who have experienced racism, simply do not have such choices.
A week’s worth of activities for parents and children to grow resilience and cope together
By Dr. Sheila Modir, pediatric psychologist at CHOC Children’s