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What Do I Owe My Severely Disabled Parents?

By Kwame Anthony Appiah — 2018

The accident has dealt your parents’ lives a devastating blow; if your own life were to be sacrificed in service of their care, the accident would have claimed another victim.

Read on www.nytimes.com

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Catering to My Environment as a Parent with a Disability

Because I’m at ease with my disability and have grown to understand my limitations, it’s been easier for me to figure out solutions to what might be everyday obstacles to other people.

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Parents with Disabilities Are Often Overlooked in Society

But despite the challenges, kids raised by one or more disabled parents often benefit immensely from the experience.

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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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What to Do If You Grew Up in a Dysfunctional Family

No family is perfect! It’s far from it. All families experience some level of dysfunction. Most, however, manage pretty well despite it.

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A New Way of Parenting That May Change Your Family

Conscious parenting turns our parenting paradigm right-side up.

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‘If You Focus on Control, You Have Lost the Battle’: How to Win Back Your Kids

From screen time to teenage rebellion, it’s easy to feel that children are slipping out of your grasp. Trusting your instincts can help.

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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 Spot Depression in Young Children

We tend to think of childhood as a time of innocence and joy, but as many as 2 to 3 percent of children from ages 6 to 12 can have serious depression.

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Oppositional Defiant Disorder: What Parents Need to Know

While some disruptive behavior is normal, a pattern of hostility and defiance may warrant a closer look.

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What Is Oppositional Defiant Disorder?

When disruptive behavior drives a wedge between parents and children

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