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The Age That Women Have Babies: How a Gap Divides America - The New York Times
Becoming a mother used to be seen as a unifying milestone for women in the United States. But a new analysis of four decades of births shows that the age that women become mothers varies significantly by geography and education. The result is that children are born into very different family lives, heading for diverging economic futures.
gender  interesting  culture  parenting  relationships 
22 hours ago by ramitsethi
Why Narcissistic Parents Treat their Children Like Babies | Psychology Today Australia
parents who are high in narcissism. They need their children to stay dependent on them long past the childhood days are over so that they can continue to feel important in their lives.
psychology  narcissism  children  parenting  research  adulthood 
yesterday by esm
Products | No Thank You Evil
No Thank You Evil! - Added June 14, 2018 at 12:26PM
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yesterday by xenocid
Ask HN: Tabletop RPGs for 7-8 Year-Olds | Hacker News
Ask HN: Tabletop RPGs for 7-8 Year-Olds - Added June 14, 2018 at 12:24PM
parenting  read2of  role-playing-games 
yesterday by xenocid
The Dungeon Squad! Companion |
The Dungeon Squad! Companion - Added June 14, 2018 at 11:47AM
parenting  role-playing-games 
yesterday by xenocid
DUNGEON SQUAD! (IN COLOR) December 24, 2011 8:28 PM Subscribe - Added June 14, 2018 at 11:47AM
parenting  role-playing-games 
yesterday by xenocid
5 Pencil and Paper Games to Do When You’re Bored | The Art of Manliness
5 Pencil and Paper Games to Do When You’re Bored - Added June 08, 2018 at 09:41AM
games  parenting 
yesterday by xenocid
VT - This father is helping his daughter deal with her anger | Facebook
really solid. "You are loved. You are safe. You are surrounded by white light" on boundaries and communicating them clearly can't do better if I don't know better acknowledge your mood, accept it. be OK with it but don't hold onto it too long
cbt  psychology  parenting  kids  anger 
yesterday by emmacarlson
The Train Analogy That Will Completely Change How You See Your Crying Child
Very insightful article on parenting, and emotions in general

"The analogy goes like this:

Difficult feelings are tunnels, and we are trains traveling through them.

We have to move all the way through the darkness to get to the—you knew this was coming!—calm, peaceful light at the end of the tunnel.

It sounds simple, but it’s way easier said than done."
parenting  psych  counselling  therapy 
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