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When she turned 50, Nancy Davis Kho wrote 50 gratitude letters—and the first one was to her mom.
A psychiatrist explains that difficult emotions are natural in new motherhood—and how partners and society at large can be supportive.
A member of the Sandwich Generation struggles with feeling overwhelmed, sad, and stuck.
Stress can undermine our best parenting intentions, but new research suggests a way to reduce its impact.
A new study finds that mindfulness training may better prepare mothers for labor (and beyond).
According to a new study, pregnant women lose gray matter in their brains—and this process helps them figure out what other people need and feel.
New studies reveal how different policies affect parental well-being—and what obstacles we face in bringing them to America.