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Tears should not be inherited

by Tanja Tatomirovic

If You’re About to Become a Famous Rock Star, Read This

by Bridget Fonger
5 ways to nurture sustainability in childhood.

Nurturing Sustainability in Childhood

by Cheryl Magyar

What parents need to know about epigenetics and the pitfall to avoid falling into

by David Willans

Don’t Snatch that Gadget

by Vimi Jain
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A 9-Year-Old Boy Discovered the Missing Link in Human History By Slowing Down and Staying Curious

by Stephanie Fairyington
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Revisiting This One Thing From Your Childhood Will Bring You More Joy

by Rebecca Muller
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Planting Seeds to Heal: The Benefits of Gardening

by Jessalyn Li

Cook because you love yourself!

by Christina Pacella

The Manic Pixie Dream Girls and The Way My Mom Raised Me

by Rayi Noormega
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My Childhood Hero Wasn’t Famous, But She Meant Everything to Me

by Ree Jackson
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How My Childhood Heroes Taught Me to Manage My Well-being in Relationships

by Louise Rodgers

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