Raising children is a task that requires extensive "on-the-job" training, which is why many women rely on new moms groups for parenting support and guidance. Often, however, as the kids get older, the mothers' friendships fall by the wayside. Now, new research indicates that social support isn't just valuable for mothers of young children, it's beneficial for moms of teens, too. The study , published this spring in the journal Family Process, suggests that these support networks may help mothers develop closer relationships with their teens. The study includes data from rural, two-parent families who completed a series of questionnaires and in-person interviews with the researchers.
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When my son was a baby, I thought nothing of changing my clothes or bathing in front of him. A year from now, if my son spots me undressed some morning, will that image make a lasting impression? Will it scar him in some way? Is that even possible? Mom friends I consulted report that they also began to grapple with this question when their sons approached that 5-year mark. A mother of now 6-year-old twins says she opted for privacy as soon as she felt her boys notice that her body looked different than theirs. And during this phase, the messages you send your child about their bodies are actually more important than the amount of skin you show, she says.
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Between TBH to be honest and lit, it's nearly impossible to keep up with the lingo that teens are using on their smartphones. Unfortunately, more and more code words are popping up that allow teens to secretly send vulgar message even under the watch of their parents. Luckily, there's a list for parents to keep track of to stay in the loop. According to the Daily Mail , the Humberside Police in the United Kingdom handed out a sexting code sheet cheat to worried parents to help protect their children from secretly exchanging explicit messages.