On Parenting: My daughter and I are autistic. Here’s how we’ve bonded through ballet.

Eight ways parents can teach teens to be honest; James Patterson has some ideas on what to do about that summer slide and reading; For some gay parents, Mother’s Day (or Father’s Day) is awkward; What to do when other parents have different technology rules;
 
On Parenting
 
 
My daughter and I are autistic. Here’s how we’ve bonded through ballet.
In the process of letting go of my anger over her exclusion from one studio, I stopped blaming myself for her autism.
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Eight ways parents can teach teens to be honest
Lying is not always a clear-cut matter of right and wrong, and parents need to convey that complexity if they want to promote a culture of honesty.
 
James Patterson has some ideas on what to do about that summer slide and reading
Author James Patterson talks about the summer slide and why he’s writing for kids and donating books.
 
For some gay parents, Mother’s Day (or Father’s Day) is awkward
Who gets the coveted day off or the shower of attention and ‘World’s Best Mom’ gifts in same-sex couples?
 
What to do when other parents have different technology rules
Even if you feel like you’re in control of what happens in your home, the parents of your child’s peers will undoubtedly come into play.
 
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For Mother’s Day, turn a simple vase into a work of art
This marbled-glass project is easy to make for as little as $10.
 
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‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ and other films to watch with your kids
Parent-oriented reviews of what’s on big screens and little screens right now.
 
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