Category Archives: parenting science

The Post Every Parent Must Read: The Product That Changed My Child’s Speech

I never knew this could be just a problem with a simple solution. If you are a parent or you know of someone that suffers from constant allergies, ear infections, or general hearing, or speech delays, this is the post you must read. Continue reading

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Mislabeling: The Antisocial and the Asocial

Are they antisocial or simply asocial? Explore the difference
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Is college a waste of money?

Is going to college as good for our future as they say? Is the burden of loans and college expenses worth it? Here is my take. Continue reading

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The silent sadness: Postpartum depression

The silent sadness: Postpartum depression The beginning stages of my postpartum depression As some of you have read in my previous posts, I have been very upfront about my struggles with postpartum depression. Although I had what most people would … Continue reading

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Is it time for speech therapy?

We often doubt whether we are doing the right thing as parents. We cannot help but compare our child to other children. It is however our intuition that truly tells us whether our child may need help. Learn about our journey and why we chose to seek help regarding our child’s speech and language delays
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Common mistakes made in College 

They say College is hard… many of us make mistakes that could have changed our future after college
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What is wrong with my teen?: How to better understand adolescent changes to avoid becoming the ENEMY.

 What is wrong with my teen!: How to better understand adolescent changes and avoid becoming the ENEMY.   Hello all! Thank you for visiting my blog. This blog was a highly requested blog. It is about something we have all … Continue reading

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Shame me once-Shame on you: How to recognize Mom Shamers and learn to reject and deflect

Learn how to deal with bad advice or uninvited comments Continue reading

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Why are you doing that to your child?!! Do not confuse them!

This blog we explore the possible benefits and disadvantages of raising a bilingual child. Continue reading

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The hand or the chair: What science says about physical punishment and time-outs.

  Do you want pow pow? You wan’t me to spank you? To hit, or not to hit… Am I choosing right? Today’s parents go far and beyond to care for and protect their children, using methods not considered even … Continue reading

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