Nurturing is powerful and drastically undervalued. Nurturing heals, promotes empathy, and counters violence.
The ways in which families meet their income-earning and caregiving responsibilities should not determine their eligibility for support and services.
This book offers information and inspiration, and also abundant warnings about the barriers to play in our society.
A survey on affordability, report on the results and a resource list.
Children have essential needs for nurturing care and time with their parents.
Researchers have come up with creative, scientific studies that measure some of the effects of parenting behaviors.
Author Rachel Macy Stafford tells her own story—about being buried in busy-ness—until finally she recognized the negative effects of her distractedness, her perfectionism and hu
The fact that most parents (of children of all ages) prefer part-time employment and some prefer to be at-home full time is rarely acknowledged.
Play is essential for children! Kids play alone, with siblings, friends—and with their parents. This book is about parent-child play.
Emotions are not just a personal issue. A person’s emotional development has effects on how well they function in social situations.
What is my intention? I thought about it for days. I stood outside myself and watched my interactions with my children.
An expert dog trainer explains how dogs can have a hard time interacting with children, and she explains how to keep kids and dogs safe.