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Is human nature inherently good or bad? And does this predict what type of parent you will be?

November 18, 2016

I recently exchanged e-mails with one of my former students about the perennial question concerning human nature: Are humans good or bad? This question continues to fascinate us. When I lecture about human nature to my students, I like to frame the debate by pitting Thomas Hobbes against Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) was an […]

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Safe cosleeping benefits both babies and parents

November 9, 2016
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Have guilt? Find your parenting anchor point

November 4, 2016

Guilt seems to be inherent in parenting. It doesn’t really matter how you parent, it’s so tempting to compare ourselves to others and how they are relating to and raising up their children. As a working mother in a conservative area, I feel this tug of parenting guilt from time to time. A common scenario […]

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What is peace to children?

October 31, 2016

API hopes you have found AP Month 2016 to be enlightening and inspirational as we explored this year’s theme, “Nurturing Peace: Parenting for World Harmony.” On this last day of AP Month 2016, we bring you insight to what our children are internalizing as to what peace is: Emily, 8: “Calmness.” Noemi, 8: “Peace means […]

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