Keeping the Kids Alive
The holiday season if filled with joy – and stress, envy, worry, sleeplessness, and so much more. Here are some tips (and rules) to help you survive.
A charter school was the best option for me because it offered my daughter something I never had: a chance to see the positives of of her culture.
Going back to college as a new parent can be done, but there are definitely extra factors to consider to make it a feasible and successful experience.
School is tough enough but for single parents as students, there are added layers of stress, guilt, and cost that other students don’t experience.
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Discussing race with my 5-year old daughter isn’t necessarily something I want to do, but in this climate, it’s something I HAVE to do.
We’ve all been there – one misstep and the parental guilt floods us. But I promise you, you’re almost always harder on yourself than your kid would be.