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From parenting to work balance
Marika Lindholm Ph.D.
Air travel can offer psychological perks to kids with parents who live apart.
Is the relentless quest to balance work and family threatening your mental health? Take steps to maintain equilibrium amid the daily juggle.
Tired of the "us versus them" mentality? Boundary spanning can help.
Too many of us moms are plagued by mom guilt. Here’s what we can do about it.
A mom of five shares her parenting mistakes and offers hard earned tips about everyday discipline.
Skip the extreme diets and the punishing workouts by following these tips for a sustainable healthy lifestyle.
Aim for these parenting goals to support your teenage daughter’s independence.
A glimpse at the way bias undermines the educational achievement of black girls.
Be the best parent you can be by loving yourself.
Five strategies to feel less lonely even in the midst of transition.
Are your kids obsessed with screen time? Here are steps to curb their addiction.
Are sports helping or hurting your child’s emotional well-being?
Being a good parent is hard. Exercise can make you an even better one.
Is your high achieving high school student resilient enough for college?
How to keep anxiety low when political tensions are high.
Need to boost your emotional well-being? Build yourself a psychological first aid kit.
Are you a single mom who dreads the holidays? You have the power to enjoy the season.
Marika Lindholm, Ph.D., taught at the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and is the founder of of ESME.com (Empowering Solo Moms Everywhere).