Could your New Year's resolution have unintended consequences for your kids? As millions of Americans resolve to lose weight, parents need to be aware that their new diet and fitness regimens could have a potentially negative outcome - triggering eating disorders or body image issues in their children. Because children often will mirror their parents, experts urge parents to … [Read more...] about Could Your Weight Loss Resolve Have Unintended Consequences?
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We live in a time where trends and fades inspire and encourage others to take leaps of faith that they usually would not take. Studies show millennials are waiting longer to have children than any other generation. Also, the birth rate continues to decline rapidly. Many contribute the decline to complications or infertility issues that may occur for an older woman who tries to … [Read more...] about Companies Changing Their Policies For Women Who Want To Prepare For Baby
The current economic climate is having a significant impact on women. The industries hardest hit by furloughs and layoffs – hospitality & tourism, education, and service jobs, were staffed predominately by women. Many of whom are working moms, supporting multi-generational family members while balancing work and motherhood. For all of us, navigating this challenging … [Read more...] about How To Network And Increase Your Social Capital
Does pregnancy cause flu-like symptoms? Yes, several pregnancy symptoms do indeed mimic flu symptoms. Especially early in the first trimester. In fact, your first signs of pregnancy may be feelings of the never-ending flu. Flu symptoms should not last more than a couple of weeks. If you have these symptoms and there is a chance you could be pregnant, consider taking a pregnancy … [Read more...] about Does Pregnancy Cause Flu-Like Symptoms?
What an Autism Parent Notices This happens to me all the time. (I’ll assume this also happens to lots of AutParents.) I’m in a breakfast room at a hotel. I get up to get a spoon and I notice this seven or eight-year-old boy organizing the salt and pepper packets in the container. He’s divided the salt to one side and was lining them up neatly. The pepper was … [Read more...] about What an Autism Parent Notices