Black Children Ask 'Am I Next?' at George Floyd Protests

As people across the world joined in protests against police brutality over the weekend, demanding justice for George Floyd, many of the headlines focused on violent stand-offs. But there was another story happening at many of the peaceful demonstrations held on Saturday and Sunday: Parents were bringing their children, teaching them a valuable, if scary, lesson about fighting for racial […]

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I Know My Kids Masturbate — & That's O.K.

It’s 2020. Why are we still embarrassed to talk about masturbation? It’s an unspoken rite of humanity; most of us do it, yet very few of us talk about it, and even fewer discuss it with our children. Like eating or breathing, sexual urges are a natural part of our biology, and by telling our children otherwise, we can set […]

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Katie Holmes 'Sometimes' Works Out With Daughter Suri: 'I Don't Force Her'

In it together! Katie Holmes and her 13-year-old daughter, Suri, “sometimes” exercise together. “It just depends on the day,” the actress, 40, said in her December Shape cover story, published on Wednesday, November 6. “We have our routines, and occasionally they overlap. But I don’t force her to work out with me because I know that’s lame.” The Dawson’s Creek […]

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I, you, or we: Pronouns provide hints to romantic attachment styles

Sometimes people wish they had greater insight into how their partner really feels. Recent work in social and personality psychology dives into the stories people tell about their romantic relationships, and finds that those prone to avoidant attachment, are less likely to use the word “we” when talking about these relationships. The results appear in the journal Social Psychological and […]

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