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Why It Was So Hard to Admit Breastfeeding Didn’t Work for Me

By Ericka Sóuter — 2017

What effect does this intense pro-breastfeeding culture have on women who can’t do it? Here’s one mom's story.

Read on www.thebump.com

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An Introduction to Raising Sons

In a post #MeToo world, many parents of young boys are anxious to find a better way forward for their sons. Luckily, there are many things parents can do to foster a positive environment in which their sons can flourish and thrive, and be proud of who they grow up to be.

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How to Help a Perfectionist Student

Starting university is often a stressful time and can lead to perfectionist tendancies. If you’re a worried parent, here’s how you can help.

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Regretting Motherhood: What Have I Done to My Life?

I love my kids fiercely. But, if I’m being totally honest, there are times when I catch myself dreaming about the life I might have if I weren’t chained to three young kids, a husband and a mortgage.

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Becoming a Stepparent

Becoming a stepparent by blending families or marrying someone with kids can be rewarding and fulfilling. If you've never had kids, you'll get the chance to share your life with a younger person and help to shape his or her character.

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The Hardest Part of Having a Nonbinary Kid Is Other People

A mother recounts the pushback she received from her own family in raising a gender-nonconforming child.

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17 Things I Wish I Knew Before Becoming a Stepmom

When things get tough, focus on your relationship. It'll get better.

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Life as a Stepmother is No Fairytale—I Feel Sorry for My Wife

The children are angry and vulnerable, the father sides with them out of guilt, and stepmothers are just expected to suck it all up

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Dating As a Single Parent: After the Kids Go to Bed

How to make it work at home.

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My Husband and I Grope Each Other in Front of Our Kids, and Here’s Why

My husband and I grope each other constantly. I don’t think a day goes by without at least one of us copping a feel. I say this proudly because after almost 20 years of being together, we are still hot for each other. And I don’t see any reason to hide this from our kids.

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Why It Matters that More Athletes Are Talking about Their Mental Health

Experts I spoke with for this story pointed to a couple of reasons professional athletes are particularly susceptible to mental health issues.

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