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Stay at home mom or working mom guest Dr. Deborah Kahn

As moms, most of us give a lot of thought to deciding to be employed or to be a stay at home mom. We may seek input from family, friends and books, even as pervasive media images of “having it all” also seep into our thinking. But what is known about the effects of a…

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We know that even one new baby – let alone two or three! – can redefine life as we knew it. And, no matter how strong we think we are, we all need help and support during such a major life transition. What do we do when two hungry babies are crying at once? How…

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The decision to return to the workplace, no matter what your child’s age, requires careful planning and attention to the emotions this change can arouse for parents and children. And if you’re a prospective parent looking ahead to parental leave, it’s not a minute too soon to think about how to prepare for this transition,…

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With an avalanche of information (and misinformation) just a click or a touch away, how do we discern good from bad?   As parents, we have a powerful influence from Day One on our children’s health, development and well-being. And yet we often feel undervalued and unsupported in that most important role. Beth Quist from…

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A recent article in Time magazine ruffled some feathers when its author proclaimed that the “Chore Wars” were over, that men and women had nearly identical workloads in terms of paid and unpaid work. Despite more men taking on a bigger role with child care and housework, some experts argue that it’s still the women…

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