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May 31, 2019
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Press Release: Family and Home Network calls for family policies that help all families regardless of how they earn a living or care for their families.

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May 8, 2019
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The ways in which families meet their income-earning and caregiving responsibilities should not determine their eligibility for support and services.

September 20, 2018
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Nurturing is powerful and drastically undervalued. Nurturing heals, promotes empathy, and counters violence.

June 20, 2019
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In 1992, when there was public outcry over Hillary Clinton’s “I could have stayed home and baked cookies” comment,  MAH wrote an editorial in support of her, noting that her comment were made in the context of our culture’s stereotypes and misconceptions about motherhood. 

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In 1989, our organization published this 30 page policy paper, examining some common misconceptions about mothers and work, about the media’s portrayal of issues of mothering issues, and about policy options. 

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As a new mother, Janet learned how to respect her infant's capabilities and need to initiate actions and be informed about what was going to happen. Janet shares her knowledge and experience with infants, toddlers, children - and their parents - on her website, social media, podcasts and blog. 

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This book offers a thorough look at assumptions many people have about the holiday season, a brief history of commercialism associated with the holidays, exercises to help you identify your own family’s true wishes, and inspiration for making changes.

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Holidays
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A wealth of information about breastfeeding - and also health and safety issues - offered in easy-to-access topic areas. 

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Breastfeeding
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Scientific evidence shows the harm of spanking, yelling and shaming. The following resources can help parents as they break generational patterns and heal, strengthen their relationships with their children and learn new ways to raise their children with calm, love and connection.

Note: much better societal support for parents is needed - and research shows it is effective. 

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Handout - Wholehearted Family Policies - by Family and Home Network for the State Child Care Administrator's Meeting, 2004, Child Care Bureau, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.