The Shriver Report – Series – Life Ed

Special Edition

Life Ed
How to Help Children: Help Parents
Educators like me know a lot about protecting teens from alcohol and drug use. Years of research have identified patterns of behavior that correlate directly to substance abuse later in life: early experimentation; low perception of harm; and persistent, unchecked risk-taking. But we also know what helps protect kids from making bad choices: feeling connected at school and having a strong sense of family at home.  → Read More
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6 Essential Tips for Talking to Your Partner about Money
Whether it’s asking your roommate to pay more in rent, sharing your financial situation with your significant other or negotiating with your boss for a raise, money conversations can seem pretty precarious and daunting. Here are a few ways to approach money discussions in a way that will be most beneficial to everyone involved and your bottom line.  → Read More
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Life Ed: 3 Strategies for Stay-at-Home Moms to Ensure a Healthy Financial Future
The reality is that nine out of 10 women will be solely responsible for their finances at some point in their lives. Therefore, you should establish or maintain your financial independence even while you choose to stay at home to raise your children.  → Read More
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Life Ed: 7 Ways to Support a Breastfeeding Co-worker
Breastfeeding in America is on the rise, and more women are breadwinners than ever before. At some point, you are likely to have a breastfeeding co-worker. Here’s how to be an MVP to a milk-making mom.  → Read More
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