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Parents Under Stress: Surviving The Thoughest Job You'll Ever Love

Here is some help to get you through the frustrations and stresses of parenthood so you can focus on just enjoying your children.
  1. Managing Parental Stress (21)
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Moms and Stress - Moms' Main Causes of Stress
If you're a mom under stress, we'd like to hear about your experience: what stresses you the most? What do you do to manage that stress? What are you reluctant to tell people about a mom's experience of stress? Share your answers and read about other moms' experiences of stress.

Stay-At-Home Moms and Stress Relief
Stay-at-home moms face a lot of stress, which can affect the entire family. Read about common stressors of stay-at-home moms, and find stress management tips for stay-at-home moms that can help in all areas of life.

Pregnancy Stress - The Risks, and How To Avoid Pregnancy Stress
Pregnancy in itself can bring a lot of stress. Learn about some of the effects of pregnancy stress, and how to relieve stress during pregnancy and afterward.

Common Causes of Stress for Mothers
Children tend to bring great joys, as well as many challenges. If you're a mother feeling stress, you're not alone. Here are some common causes of stress, with resources for help.

Kid Stress and Happiness: How Kids In Your LIfe Can Impact Happiness and Stress
The role of children in your life can impact your happiness and stress level-for better or worse. Learn more about how kid stress can negatively impact your happiness, and how children can also enhance the level of happiness you experience in your life, and find resources for managing stress and dealing with special needs, infertility, and more.

Parents and Stress: Stress Relievers You Can Do With Your Children
As any parent will tell you, even the best children can create stress for their parents at times. While lifestyle factors play a role, and self care strategies are important, it's also essential to have some stress relievers up your sleeve that can be done with your children, so you can both relieve stress at the same time. The following are...

Parents and Depression: Who's At Risk And Why?
Recent research has shown that parents are more likely than non-parents to suffer from symptoms of depression. Also, learn who's more and less likely to experience depression: non-custodial parents, parents of minors, parents of small children, mothers, fathers, married parents, single parents, parents of adult children, and others. Learn more...

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