Topic: Parents

Let Your Kids Believe in Santa Claus

Dec. 19, 2014
Let Your Kids Believe in Santa Claus

As the holidays approach, Santa Claus is on the minds of many children in Texas. Many parents' thoughts also drift there, but for different reasons.

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Sexy Halloween Costumes for Girls? Now That's Scary

Oct. 27, 2014
Sexy Halloween Costumes for Girls? Now That's Scary

Thousands of boys and girls across Texas are now deciding what they want to be this Halloween. Boys have a multitude of Halloween costume options this year, ranging from scary to funny and from nerdy to powerful.

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Spanking, Whooping, Beating It's All Hitting

Sept. 22, 2014
Spanking, Whooping, Beating  It's All Hitting

There is now a national conversation about the difference between spanking and physical abuse. Many Americans are uncomfortable about physical punishment that injures children, but still favor milder forms such as spanking.

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Good Mothers Provide Foundations for Future

May 12, 2014

This past Sunday was a celebration of all things motherhood, and rightfully so because research is showing just how important mothers truly are.

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From devotion to divorce, family scientists explore what makes parents tick

Oct. 13, 2008

Parentology: One of the most fascinating aspects of studying parenting, say professors Deborah Jacobvitz and Nancy Hazen-Swann, is observing how parents confront (or fail to confront) the legacies of their own childhoods.

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