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Why Slow Parenting Is Right for My Family

by Sharon Brandwein | August 20, 2019 “When parents allow children the space for trial and error, children become adept at solving problems independently. These children rely on their [...]

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‘Cocooning’ parents want family to stay the hell away from newborns

by Raquel Laneri | August 20, 2019 It’s called cocooning, and it’s a common practice for adopted children that allows them to bond with their new parents. But it’s gotten more popular in the past [...]

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How to Plan a Successful Return from Maternity Leave

by Madeleine Burry | August 6, 2019 “New moms may feel a range of feelings when returning to work,” says Dana Dorfman, Ph.D., psychotherapist and co-host of the podcast 2 Moms on the Couch. Those [...]

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Parents, stop fighting in front of your kids — or at least take this advice on how to do it better

by Nicole Fabian-Weber | Aug. 6, 2019 “It’s important for children to be exposed to loving people who disagree since it’s an inevitable part of any relationship,” says Dana Dorfman, Ph.D., [...]

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Summer Depression is Real — How to Deal With Those Not So Sunny Days

by Brianne Hogan | Aug 02, 2019 In the summer, people are out and about, and generally busy, which can cause us to criticize our own social life or lack thereof. “Observing family vacations, [...]

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5 Ways Dads Can Avoid The Loneliness That Comes With Being A New Parent, According to Experts

by Lizzy Francis | July 25, 2019 “The first thing is identifying it and knowing that you are feeling lonely. Once you identify the feeling, then you can understand where the need comes from and [...]

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5 Important Conversations To Have When Your Spouse Wants More Kids And You Don’t, According To Couples Therapists

by Lizzy Francis | July 20, 2019 Ask them, “What is it that makes you want what you want or don’t want?” Each partner can glean a deeper understanding of where the other partner is emotionally. [...]

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What to Do When You Feel Lonely, According to 5 Therapists

by Lizzy Francis | Jul 16 2019 Some men experience loneliness sexually. Physical intimacy can sometimes satisfy them emotionally. So understanding what the feeling is, where the need originates, [...]

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How To Deal With A Toxic Mother & Not Let Passive-Aggressive Comments Affect You, According To Experts

by Jordan Bissell | July 15, 2019 “Actions speak louder than words,” Dr. Dana Dorfman, PhD, a psychotherapist who specializes in parenting issues and co-hosts the podcast “2 Moms on [...]

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Psychologists Answer Harry Met Sally‘s Famous Q: Can Men and Women Really Be Just Friends?

by Molly Longman | July 12, 2019 For example, Dana Dorfman, Ph.D., psychotherapist and co-host of the podcast 2 Moms on the Couch, says it’s possible for men and women who are attracted to the [...]

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